Good Bye Info-Tech

Brian in front of the Info-Bar

Thursday September 3rd is officially my last day at the Info-Tech Research Group where I have been since December 2006.  I had a blast in my eight years, eight months and twenty four days, but it’s time to move on. I’m incredibly grateful for everything that Info-Tech did for me. We were able to move from Ajax… Continue reading Good Bye Info-Tech

Mark is not really the worst

Goodbye Mark

I’m getting pretty tired of saying goodbye to my friends at work.  Unfortunately it’s one of the realities of being a long time veteran at a place.  Before Info-Tech, my longest tenure at a place was five years.  I’m in my ninth year here right now though. Yesterday I said goodbye to Mark Litnewski, a guy… Continue reading Mark is not really the worst

See You Around Mike

Chris, Mike, Brian at the Goretorium

  Today is my friend Michael Halliday’s last day at work.  I’ve been at Info-Tech for seven years, he’s not the first person who’s left, and he won’t be the last…but he’s the one I’ll miss the most. It all started when I didn’t hire him. Mike came in for an interview at Info-Tech with… Continue reading See You Around Mike

Designing Fun

Waaay back in May, my team and I designed a new T-Shirt for our most recent Info-Tech co-op class. I usually help brainstorm these, but this time I had a solid concept in my head that I really wanted to do myself – and how often do I get to use my super-power as part… Continue reading Designing Fun

Remembering CES

Last year I checked something off my bucket list “Go to CES” as part of the Info-Tech crew who went to Vegas to cover the Consumer Electronics Show.  It was a great year to go.  CES 2012 was the last year that Microsoft would keynote, the launch of 4k and 8k TVs, and the first… Continue reading Remembering CES

Changing streams

At my day job we’re currently redesigning our long suffering website using Ruby on Rails.  The fun started back in October when a small team of mine started looking at a couple of different technologies including PHP with Cake, Django, and Ruby on Rails.  After a really brief look at other stuff (a day or… Continue reading Changing streams