This is an evolving list I’m sure, but I just wanted to get the initial one out the door. Feel free to add suggestions in the
- Move myself up to a more competitive position in rates
- get my finances to a point of stability and being able to afford the same perks that an traditional employer offers
- Vote in the South Dakota Primary Elections this summer, for the only candidate worth their weight in gold.
- Get at least three patches into the core code for WordPress
- Help make top-notch documentation for WordPress in their theme/plugin development areas of the Codex
- Help make top-notch documentation for the Mozilla Developer Network
- Locally network more and meet new people, both personally and professionally.
Launch Hand.Writtentweets, my too long touted idea.
- Get this site here on an original design
- Drop support for IE7 in my freelance work
- Meet at least one of the WordPress Core commiters
- Attend a big-time WordCamp
I really can’t recall when I posted these questions, if ever, so I figured I’d do that now. These were done over myspace probably around the middle of the decade. Text file metadata says 2006. So it’s been quite a while. I think this was during my time of being interested in having a music review column + featuring artists I knew of and loved. Anyways, to the interview.
Edit: It looks like mobile safari doesn’t like vcf files and will throw an error when trying to work with them. From what I can tell with some research, the app QRafter, with advanced functionality, can properly handle the downloaded file. You can read more here Download vcard on iPhone with Qrafter
Apple, get your shit together with this topic
With the recent job changes from this spring, documented here ([link id='243']), I found need for a refreshed resume/portfolio site. I decided that I wanted to create an experience with the information presented, and break away from traditional methods used to show resumes or portfolios. I hope it ends up remaining my go-to spot to find out everything a company or person needs to see if I’d make a good fit on their team or someone worth collaborating with.
Actually got some real work done on the #handwrittentweets site that I’ve been contemplating since last summer. Here’s a sneak preview (at least of the background). Click the thumbnail on the left to get the full size
I guess I can’t really recall or pinpoint when Nikki came into the whole process of these interviews, but really, it doesn’t matter. She’s been supportive of me and the output I do from the word go. It’s something I know I appreciate much. You can find her on twitter at [twitter name="designcoyote"].
Boy it feels good to get back on the interview swing and finally bring a new one to the blog. This round, I was blessed with the chance to ask Sneh Roy of LBOI my usual fifteen questions. She hails from Sydney Australia and can be found on twitter at [twitter name="LBOI"]. I feel honored as I get to talk to another “box” and hope that I can relate with that premise. Let’s get to it, shall we?