2014: A Personal Recap

I’ve had a great year with some great accomplishments, including:

  • Started speaking in public! I delivered a talk at NYC Code Camp, two at Harrisburg .Net Code Camp, and one at BarCamp Harrisburg (the BarCamp is an unconference, but, I had prepared materials. And, attendees.).
  • Started blogging. You’re reading it.
  • Initial committer and currently core contributor for two .NET open source projects. Thanks to Ritter Insurance Marketing for supporting this work and OSS!
  • Authored my first Chocolatey package: keepass-keepasshttp. It’s getting downloads too!
  • Bought a house – it’s very nice.
  • Worshipped with a good amount of improvisational violin.
  • Tried jalapeño wine at a Renaissance Faire. I’m not a fan.

This year was about me stretching myself and doing some new things. Next year I expect a similar list of items, but bigger and better.

2014, you’ve been amazing, but I’m excited to see what 2015 has to offer!

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