The 2 Reasons to Argue

 I was in a meeting with two other people the other day. They both seem to get along with each other, but the two of them couldn’t be more different from each other. For the sake of this blog I’ll call them Frank and Sam. Frank Frank is a very down to earth person. He […] Continue reading →

How To Have a Career Instead of a Job

 I mentor college students at my alma mater. When I attended school there as a computer science major, the primary language I learned was COBOL. COBOL was one of the most common computer programming languages for business applications in the 1970s and 80s. As web-based applications came into play in the 1990s, few new applications […] Continue reading →