I like communities, but do you? When you hear the word “Community”, what comes to mind? Do you participate in communities? If so, why? If not, why?
With Silvafug and 360Flex, I’ve come to realize that I like to serve the community. It makes me feel good that I can help you all learn some new tech skills while providing a place for you all to network. I think it’s equally important for us as people to develop socially as it is for us as developers to grow mentally.
I have an idea on what to build next, but I thought I’d get some feedback from you all first. Is there a void in the community space that you think needs filling? Is there something I can do to better serve you all? Just hit up the comments or email me personally at email@example.com and I’ll try to answer as best I can.
Otherwise, stay tuned for more info on my next community adventure. I hope you’ll find it as exciting as I do.
My purpose in life is to make people happy through the application of technology.
My primary way of attaining my purpose is by doing Montage, iOS and Flex programming for my consulting company, OmegaOrtega.
The secondary way is by building games with my great friend from high school over at Area 161.
I'm found on app.net as LordBron.
You can read my personal blog over here. It's filled with technical posts, but also posts about bettering oneself
My faith is being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I have a spiritual blog called Spiritual Techies. It's not LDS specific, but more generic spiritual thoughts.
Who's Lord Bron? Where does the name come from? He was the main character in a short story I wrote in middle school. I liked him so much, I took up his name as my nickname and username for internet sites. He was a time-traveller. 'Nuff said!
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