Mountain Ventures Summit 2018 Recap

While technology helps facilitate relationship building in communities of all sizes smaller communities still rely heavily on face-to-face relationships to get things done. The dynamics of smaller communities naturally support a balance between digital communication and in-person communication where one does not replace the other.

In Small Communities More Gets Done When You Meet The Old Fashioned Way

While technology helps facilitate relationship building in communities of all sizes smaller communities still rely heavily on face-to-face relationships to get things done. The dynamics of smaller communities naturally support a balance between digital communication and in-person communication where one does not replace the other.

The Give First Mantra === The Open Source Developers Default

The Give First Mantra is a good one and is born out of the business aspect of the startup community. However, the essence of this mantra is at the center of the open source development community which in part supports a robust connection between the business and development aspects of startup communities where these two ideas are common.

Roaring Fork Technologists - The Beginnings

After moving deep into the Rocky Mountains of Colorado I wanted to reach out to my new community to see if there were others that share my interest in technology. After nearly ten years working in the technology industry I find it important to keep a network of similar professionals around so we can support and learn from each other. As soon as I got on my feet in a new home I started a group called the Roaring Fork Technologists since a similar group didn’t seem to exist. This post is to introduce who the Roaring Fork Technologists are today and what they hope to become.

A Software Developer Deep In The Mountains - It's Very Possible

I meet a lot of people that would like the opportunity to move closer to the outdoor world that is a major source of their happiness yet they don’t. While I absolutely understand that there are reasons to hold back from a move to a more rural community I wanted to share a little bit about a life change I recently made that might serve as some inspiration for those wanting it but haven’t quite taken the leap.