Thank you for visiting my site and thank you for wanting to learn more about it. I created this blog in late 2013 as a way to document and share my interests. You’ll notice that a lot of the content on this website is related to SAP, a major player in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) arena. I am an SAP software consultant by trade and enjoy sharing my knowledge and experiences.
One of the other topics that you’ll find regularly on this site is Microsoft — particularly Windows and Windows Phone. Why do I write about it? I don’t really know. I suppose it’s mostly due to their major role-reversal in recent years. They’re still a major powerhouse in enterprise, but are very much the underdog in the mobile computing space. They’re currently reinventing themselves in this area. I feel somewhat obligated to share my Windows Phone experience with people and believe that, if given the chance, Windows Phone would prove itself a superior product. Yes… Even superior to the iPhone.
I’m not huge into social media. You’re not likely to find much from me on Twitter. But I do enjoy networking through LinkedIn and I welcome you to join me. Similarly, please feel free to connect with me on Untappd, if that’s more your style. Otherwise, I have comments enabled for most pages and posts on this site and welcome your thoughts and feedback.
Again, thanks for visiting.
Up until this month (Oct, 2015) I have run my website ad-free. I have been delighted to see traffic to my site grow over the past few years and while the cost of running it is negligible, I decided to see if ad-based revenue could help offset the cost a little bit. Consider it an experiment: If ad revenue is not substantial enough to warrant the ads (generally something I wish to avoid), then I will remove them. Please be aware that the amount of traffic I receive will in no way mean I am profiting from these ads.