What I’m doing now
October 31, 2018
- Working to make Sprint.ly a better product, just about every day!
- Running a 58-day streak on Stackoverflow.
- Enjoying the last month of sanity before our firstborn arrives in December!
May 22, 2018
Running around my yard like Bill Murray in Caddy Shack, only my nemesis is the common Dandelion. They will all be dead soon. I have some things in the works, hopefully, helpful things. I picked up a project towards the end of February that got me pretty distracted… turns out the client was insane. Good times =D
February 9, 2018
November 15, 2017
Work Farming from the Tetons. Targhee opens Friday!
October 15, 2017
I’ve been spending as much time as possible in and around the greater Teton area. In addition to being based out of Spark, I’ve partnered in a new venture to open Teton Valley’s premier coworking space, Work.Farm in Victor. In starting up that space, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to grow the local economy, adding jobs and attracting more like-minded individuals.
With such an incredible aesthetic, it seems obvious to me that anyone who has the ability to work remotely would choose to do so from a place like this. That’s how I wound up here in the first place.
It’s worth mentioning that there is a fiber connection available? We’re seeing speeds of 140Mbps on a regular basis.
September 15, 2017
Today I’m working out of a hotel room in Kalispell, Montana. Still working with Gun.io and still working to wrap up the Marketing Seminar.
I’ll be heading back south to Wyoming in the next few days, where I have been working out of the Spark Coworking Space in Jackson.
Winter is coming.
June 19, 2017
I’m currently in the Boston Area, working out of the Just In Time Cafe in Peabody. My friend Mike has been letting me park my van in the driveway for the last several weeks, and I’ll be in the area through early July.
I’m working with Gun.io as a Product Manager which keeps me somewhat occupied on a day-to-day basis. The companies I’m working with are all interesting and vastly different from each other. One company has been around for a long time and has a legacy system; Another is also an older company but they’re building some new technology to augment their existing platforms. A third is a brand new startup building everything from scratch. It’s exciting. At it’s fun to be having fun.
I’m enrolled in Seth Godin’s Marketing Seminar, which is super interesting. (Sorry, it’s too late to get in for this season). For whatever reason, I’ve been crushing Mad Men on Netflix as well.