Foto Friday – Door at Mission San Jose

Door at Mission San Jose

This is another door at Mission San Jose in San Antonio. Captured with Canon 7D Mark II and Sigma 12-24. Buy a copy of Door at Mission San Jose

Get the basics first, then go big

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I’m not a basketball fan so I wouldn’t normally have caught a great quote from the Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr after a recent loss. Thanks to Todd Hoff on High Scalability and his paraphrasing of a press conference by Kerr, I was able to run across this quote (paraphrased by Hoff): What we […]

Foto Friday – Shorebird at work

shorebird at work

Not sure on the ID on this shorebird…I never can seem to ID them correctly.  Captured in Port Aransas a few years ago with a Canon 7D and Canon 400 5.6 L   Buy a copy of ‘Shorebird at Work’

The technology debate is usually the wrong debate

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Windows vs Mac vs Linux.  Android vs iPhone.  Nikon vs Canon vs Sony. Spend any time online, with techie friends or with photographers and you’ll run undoubtedly come across arguments about which tech is better. You’ll have people calling others ‘fan boys/girls’ and in some areas you’ll see some downright nasty comments about whichever tech […]

Foto Friday – Old door at Mission San Jose

Old Door at Mission San Jose

This is one of the old doors at Mission San Jose in San Antonio. Captured with Canon 7D Mark II and Sigma 12-24 II.   Buy a copy of “Old Door at Mission San Jose”

Foto Friday – Weathered Stump on Lake McDonald

Weathered Stump on Lake McDonald

I found this old weathered stump on Lake McDonald’s shore. I’ve always loved these types of shots and this is the first one I’ve really got that turned out OK. Captured with Canon 7D Mark II and Sigma 8-16mm. Buy a copy Weathered Stump on Lake McDonald

The three roadblocks to big data success

Three roadblocks to big data success

Anne Fisher just published a nice piece titled “Why Big Data Isn’t Paying Off for Companies (Yet)” where she describes research from the American Institute of CPA’s (AICPA) regarding big data initiatives within organizations around the world. You can jump over to the study itself but Anne does a very good job describing the findings in […]

Foto Friday – Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park

Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park

This is a capture of McDonald Lake during one of the overcast skies in Glacier National Park. Captured with Canon 7D Mark II and Sigma 8-16mm.

Foto Friday – McDonald Creek, Glacier National Park

Rapids on McDonald Creek

This is a capture of a some rapids / waterfalls on McDonald Creek in Glacier National Park. Captured with Canon 7D Mark II and Sigma 8-16mm at 13mm, f/8.0, ISO125 at 1/30 sec handheld.

Stop Using Pre-Scripted Questions in an Interview

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Over my career, I’ve hired over 50 direct reports and been involved in the hiring process for over 150 other people.  For the most part, all of these hires ended up being good people and great employees. Sure, there were a couple bad hires in there but I’d like to think my track record is […]