Three Months

This blog has been up for three months and I’ve been very pleased with the response. I had several thousand visitors last month, currently have 66 RSS subscribers and counting, and have links from the likes of Scott Mitchell, Mike Gunderloy, and Adnan Masood.

So at this point I’m wondering what posts you’ve enjoyed most and what you want to see more of.

Is it the Becoming a Better Developer series? More about Africa? Software development? Software startups?

If you haven’t commented before, now’s the time. If you don’t feel comfortable commenting, drop me a line and let me know what you’ve liked and disliked.

A big thanks to everyone who’s reading!

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#1 Adnan Masood on 09.19.05 at 8:06 am

Excellent blog Rob! It’s meaningful and brings much more to “human side of software”. Refreshing to see among all the technology centric blogs, your writings are distinct and carry heavy observations behind, not just from technology but from business and life in general. Thanks for sharing it with all of us.

#2 http:// on 09.20.05 at 2:51 am

I like all of it. Well written, insightful, informative and thought provoking. Gene Ravizza would be proud. You understand that everything we do has a “People Side” to it and that we must always be aware of this if we are to be ultimately successful. “Work Hard and BE Great”.