It’s time reboot my web site. Well, let’s be honest – it’s past time. The old site was primarily geared toward promoting my work as a freelance iOS developer, but I’ve been working with Mutual Mobile for over 3 years now, so I’m not currently looking for new contract work.

I would like this to become an outlet for doing a bit more writing. It’s been awhile since I have done much writing, and I have slipped into a habit of feeling like I need to perfect something, otherwise it’s not worth posting. Between the burden of perfection and the friction of posting to the web, it rarely happens. In fact, the last post on the previous blog was from 2011.

To combat this, I’m trying a new approach and striving to post more frequently with less concern for perfection. In addition, I’m trying out some new tools for web management. As a developer, I’m more comfortable writing in a basic text editor than a web interface, so I’m trying out Jekyll which allows me to write locally, and publish to the blog by pushing to a git repo. In theory, I think sounds like a frictionless workflow for me, so we’ll see how it works out in practice.

My professional life is centered around iOS development and team building, so I suspect that most of the content here will be related to that, with brief intermissions for photography along the way (portfolio on 500px).