Monday, April 24, 2006

Starting to blog for work

Shel Israel has been educating our executives at Sharpcast about blogs and talked us last Friday as a company. I liked his talk, mainly because I too hate marketing and blogs are a good way to market yourself and your company and be kept somewhat honest about it. I volunteered to start a blog and won a copy of Shel's book for doing so.

I want Sharpcast to succeed, so I thought I'd write short entries about my work and any other interesting things that come across my plate. I have good blog mentors in kwc and bp.

Maybe I'll read Shel's book too.


Blogger nowhun said...

That's nice that you're encouraged to blog about work. We're not specifically discouraged, but rather than tell us what to blog about, they give us a list of things that could get us fired.

5:11 PM  
Blogger Juno said...

What does "Complexe mais pas complique" mean?

6:11 PM  
Blogger Adam Rosien said...

"Complex, but not complicated." I believe the composer Ravel said it.

I like this quote because it is a good philosophy for programming, for creating good programs.

6:15 PM  
Blogger Adam Rosien said...

Plus the accented character lets me test Blogger's internationalization support :)

6:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We are watching you Adam 2.


10:01 AM  

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