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Moved the blog

Hey everyone. It’s been quite a while since I blog last, but I am gearing up to restart the blogging push. I’ve migrated my blog to my own host at Look out for new posts, thought, shares etc.  

Posted in Random Thoughts

Great Tech Interviews on DRT

In an attempt to start blogging more — My buddy Krs Joseph (@nerdtt), shared this resource with me. I found that this site has some really awesome technical interviews.   Cheers, My new mantra — “Stop Stickin’, Ship it!”

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Posted in Entrepreneurship, Random Thoughts, Research, Startup

IT – The real Story – by Frank Seyon

Missed this article — seems that it was even written while I was at Medullan, a compny in which Frank Seyon has interest. When I read this … there were so much things in here that I’ve been saying to

Posted in Random Thoughts

Joel Spolksy @ Startup School 2012

Haven’t written a blog post in forever. Was really inspired when I checked out a local blogger’s blog (shout out to TechTT (twitter @tech_tt) and saw the consistency of his posts. Was also pretty jealous that he installed and blogged

Posted in Random Thoughts

But first let me take a selfie .COM

Every weekend I spend some time working on some personal projects. Yesterday, I grabbed a couple of domains and Just did it on a whim and today, we decided to build a simple application on the domain, The

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Posted in Personal Projects, Random Thoughts, Web Development, Web Services

Yet another great post from David Heinemeier Hanson

Thought that this was also super interesting.   As an avid Microsoft follower, I think that many of these open-source guys have and/or propagate an incorrect perception of the advancements and innovations that are happening on the Microsoft side, not

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Posted in Entrepreneurship, Productivity, Random Thoughts, Startup, Web 2.0, Web Development

David Heinemeier Hansson on Working Remotely

Interesting position (and experience) on Working Remotely – Is this also a potential for our traffic / poor public transportation situation here in Trinidad and finding really fantastic talent? Couple of great quotes The modern office of today is an

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Posted in disrupt, Productivity, Random Thoughts
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