As I'm sure folks have noticed, I've not been posting much lately. That's because... the $WORK project has wound down, at least my part of it. This is a good thing! It means I have a 99% working system -- grammar, parser, compiler, data types, runtime libraries, database conversion scripts, and ISAM to Postgres shim system. Woohoo!
That also means we're in the testing and getting ready for deployment part of the program, things that are better left to other people, especially in a small IT shop like we are. There's less for me, as the guy writing the compiler to do, and more for the people who're doing the rollout and setup to do. As such, me staying on full-time's kinda pointless, so I'm not.
And so... I'm freelancing, and it's about time.
I'll be updating my skillset list over the next week or two as I get things settled in, but if you need interfaces to C libraries, or low-level speed-critical C code written for perl, ruby, or python code; unusual programming jobs done; or have an antique 4GL that you desperately need an inexpensive and low-risk migration path away from... drop me a line and we'll see what we can do.
In the mean time, I may finally get all the pending blog entries finished. Woohoo! :)Posted by Dan at September 2, 2005 12:01 PM | TrackBack (0)