Thursday, June 30, 2005


You know I was talking to Rob Howard after my interview with him and he gave me some good advice, which is the same as he said in the interview. I need to specialize in 3 main areas and become proficient in them. Once I am specialized in 3 areas, mainly, just add on something more, and it won’t be that much harder.

I find this reasoning to be superb, but I have one problem with it. I don’t know what to specialize in. I love to do all of it almost equally. I have determined however in order to be successful at data driven apps then I need to know how to access a database very well. So I do know I need to specialize in at least data access.

So from there where do I go? I need to know at least a little bit about everything, but I am lost at where to start. This is something I guess I need to figure out.

Buddy Lindsey


At 7:54 PM, July 19, 2005, Anonymous jonny b said...

Why not just specialize in areas where your passions lie? I find it hard to believe that you love everything equally, but if that's the case, there are far worse curses out there ;D

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