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Some Catching Up

It's been a crazy 3 months since I've started my new web developer job and with the projects piling up, I feel it'll get crazier in the months to come.  On top of the new job is a once-a-week night class that I'm taking this Fall called, Advanced iOS Development, which I'm taking in my spare time to catch up on iOS development and help me start learning Swift, Apple's new programming language for iOS/Mac development.  My mind hasn't been this stimulated in awhile so I'm pretty excited for my career as a developer moving forward.

Hiatus and Work

It's been awhile! I've been busy transitioning jobs and situating myself with the new work place. Many new challenges ahead in my career as a developer but I feel that it will be rewarding in the end. Frankly, it's not as stressful as I had thought and I am thankful to the management team, fellow developers, and friends for keeping it that way. Balancing life and new work is a challenge in it of itself too so I'm very happy that there's some sort of equilibrium there for the moment.

I've been hard at work on the new site, so it should be finished soon, I hope. Stay tuned!

Summer is here finally!

Summer is here! Now what? I have plans to get this site updated to a more modern design with more colors besides white and blue. I do like the minimalistic feel, but I think it's time for a change too. While I work on designing a new look, there may or may not be anymore posts until the new design is completed. In the mean time, I will also be working on some iOS and Symfony2 projects. Cheers!

Coming back, no worries!

I haven't posted anything in over a month but today I figured I'd at least post a brief update about what I've been up to.  I started working for a new place as a developer about a couple of months ago so I've been busy adjusting to the commute and the new job.  Also, due to other personal things that have come up in life, I haven't had the opportunity to sit down and write anything.  Today, I was finally able to open up my dev environment and restart development efforts on some personal projects so that's a start.  Am I burnt out? No.  Definitely, no.