I help engineer and implement cloud solutions. In human words, I assist customers in making their software run (and run well!) in the cloud.
Any sort of professional water-sport athlete. If I could get paid to wake-board, jet-ski, and tube all day that would be great!
A workplace should be committed to making sure its employees have a strong work/life balance. I have a wife and a child and as much as I love work; I love spending time with them even more. I don’t think I’d work anywhere that demanded hours at the expense of my family life.
One of the best parts is the freedom. I can choose how a project gets done as opposed to being told how to do it.
I haven’t been designated one…yet.
Adam does a lot of front-end web development work, which I am terrible at; so probably him.
Read about, “Impostor Syndrome.” When I was starting out I was a textbook example of Impostor Syndrome. As soon as I realized that I wasn’t just a “faker” my attitude and productivity started increasing dramatically.
I did an Azure to AWS migration which was a super fun project. It was something that I expected to be a very involved and tedious process; but it ended up going extremely smoothly.
Hmmm, I really can’t see myself doing anything outside of computers so probably something tangentially related.
Coffee, unhealthy-foods, atoms.
Title: “Moving Through Time Regularly Just Like Everybody Else.” It would be a science-fiction “thriller” about time-travel at a completely normal pace. I don’t know who I would want to play me… Maybe Chris Pratt? He could definitely make me look funnier and better looking than I really am.
I have two Border Collies (Ramsay and Riley) and they are both pretty high energy so playing with them is always enjoyable.
All you can eat McNuggets!
I can write haikus
On-demand, extremely fast
Hidden… and useless.
You know those screaming goat videos? I like to think they’re all the embodiment of my spirit.
Lately, “I’m tired,” and, “Peekaboo!“ has been on the list (having a 7 month old totally changes your vocabulary). Last one is probably similar baby-talk.
I once had to remove a literal ton of seaweed from a lake. It all washed up along the shore and was a nuisance to the residents. I’m still not sure how I got roped into the gig, but it paid well!
“Put all your money into AAPL.”