I have just recently started this blog, as a showcase of some of my interests, with a primary on all things interesting mixed in with some ill economics, financial investing, & programming. The first two articles were the start of two series one on the increased emphasis on a data-mining & tricking out vim, and customizing it til it reaches integrated development environment level(IDE). I assure you all that these will continue, I due to all of the chaos with the vacations, certifications, and increased work I have had to move things around a bit.
However, I fully intend to continue my goal for this blog in accomplishing the information-rich, well-developed, and structured postings that are resource-rich, where I can add focus to complex, complicated issues that are prevalent, programming-based, finance, and economics-based(Speaking of which very interesting & intriguing issues as of lately with reference to this.) The reason as to why I haven’t put non-stop pieces up here is due to my business, re-organizing my content from my other blog, and because so many blogs just have a few sentences and a post or so. As a result, the entries often don’t always help other people. Furthermore, I have benefited a great deal from blogs, as well as the various new community sites, blog-rolls, & all new forms of media that are popping up left and right.
I however, believe that some bloggers really just rush the process of filling their blogs with content, and want to include sometimes a tutorial, or perspective-piece that is under-developed and lacking detail. Not only that most of these underdeveloped blogs merely just showcase the info and then say “do this.”they also go through without sometimes even the slightest explanation of the content. This is something I know I experienced a lot when first getting into open-source learning outside of school. Thus, although I was doing what I needed to, in the end I mostly knew no more. Nonetheless, when I did find great very detailed insightful resources was when I really got to learn the material to the point that I could reinvent the concepts and apply them entirely on my own. This is one of the major reasons that I love the open-source community. In addition to these various new platforms of media. Now I know sometimes blogs target different audiences, with different levels/etc…. I created this particular blog to help/contribute back to the community that helped me and to help others. As a result, I hope it will save some people some time when learning.
Also, expanding on my introduction I throughout my entire life I have always been interested in a wide-variety of things, from sports, music, computing, but most of all to follow after my father, mother, grandmother, and grandfather in business. They all especially my father and grandfather taught me to do whatever it was I was doing to do it the best. My father expressed when you put your best foot forward and that there was very little luck with regard to success if indeed one puts the proper variables to get there one in front of the other. I am not saying luck isn’t indeed a variable, which it is. However, whenever I’ve tried my hardest put the right level of effort into everything, prepared, stayed on top of the ball when it came time to perform I’d always done fine. As a result, I’ve been very very ambitious, goal-oriented, and have always enjoyed excelling and with it I have enjoyed a fine level of confidence.