Schedules: Too little or too much
This is an examination of conscience (of sorts). I have rejected the idea that people can be busy (much as it is a badge of honor to claim as much), but more of stressed/surprised/over-scheduled/etc. I question if there is a linear limit to an individual’s output and if there are ways that this can be… Continue reading
Revisiting my website hosting architecture
In this recording is a review of my current web hosting architecture as I see it after several months of active use. Specifically, I cover the shortcomings of the current setup, ways around each one and advantages of each alternative. This post mainly sets the stage for future updates or posts… What are the core… Continue reading
I like having machines (and any system) that has a predictable input and output. Dishwashers are the machines that have thus far not given me dependable results. I know that a laundry machine will not scrub collars; and it lives to that performance standard every time. I am working researching how to get consistent value… Continue reading
Office/Family telephony using Amazon Connect
I enjoy getting off the beaten path to explore alternative uses and integrations of a service or tool. In this post, I am reviewing a use-case for the Amazon Connect call-center service. My architecture barely uses the CCP provided by the service, and instead uses the telephony as the main interface for controlling the logic.… Continue reading
Don is a self-taught technologist that is eager to share his knowledge and experiences. He is a hands-on leader with varied skills and experience spanning more than 20 years. Beyond the day-job, Don is an avid cyclist, polyglot, traveler, and a magnetic individual with a curious mind.