Someone I hold in high esteem and that I would consider a friend just started his own consulting business.
Steven has many years of experience in customizing Rational tools and in creating reports and documentation based on those tools. I have had the pleasure to work with him many times and I have always been impressed by his knowledge, his no-nonsense approach to the work to be done and his commitment and stamina in doing things right. If you have a need for the services he offers, I would highly recommend that you give him a try – you will not be disappointed!
Disclaimer: Steven did not ask me to write this. I’m am doing this on my own volition after seeing his Facebook entry about his web site creation.
There have been a few changes to my blog today!
In a post, last September, I mentioned that I had been let go from IBM. Well, it seems that there are not a lot of product managements jobs in Ottawa. So I decided to see if I could make it on my own…
So these changes to the blog reflect that this will be the main landing point for my new endeavour: I am becoming an entrepreneur! Well, more of a consultant than anything else. Some immediate changes:
- I added Domain names that reflect the company name: “Selrahc Software and Consulting Ltd. / Logiciels et Consultants Selrahc Ltée”. Yes, it does have an English-French bilingual title…
You can still use “selrahcspt.wordpress.com” and both “selrahcsoftconsult.com” and “selrahcsoftconsult.ca” will also take you here.
- I changed the theme to a cleaner and, I think, more professional one. I still have to change the image at the top, hopefully with a nice logo.
I have, however, decided to keep the blog name. After all, the information within is better than gold (;-)!
So welcome to my new abode!
I found myself looking at apps for the iPhone, and I found one that enabled me to post blog entries over the air. Of course, I had to try it out – and this is it!
I don’t know how flexible it is, or whether I need to enter HTML tags for line breaks. And the keyboard, although still usable, is still slower than a real hardware keyboard. Still, a bit painful…and no apparent integration with Safari.
What do you think? Is blogging from a phone, even the mighty iPhone, a useful thing?
Thanks to Kelly (who thanked Andy), I learned that I could now import from Blogger the few posts I had over there. The process was very easy and all was done very quickly (considering I had very few posts to start with…).
Thanks to the WordPress crew for the good work!