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Vacation in North Carolina

My family and I recently traveled the friendly skies to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It was a much awaited vacation due to the long, wet, cold spring we have had in Bozeman. Fortunately, the weather in Bozeman has been ideal since we returned. My father-in-law has a house on the Albermarle Sound which is just across the bridge from the Outer Banks. We …     Continue Reading »

Skiing in June in Montana

Montana has strange weather.  It is not uncommon for us to talk about the weather because it tends to be so unconventional.  This year’s weather has been particularly unusual. As an example, I wanted to share my Father’s Day Adventure from last weekend.  I went skiing!  No, not water skiing but downhill, on natural snow, skiing. A friend of mine has made it a tradition …     Continue Reading »

Adventures in Reporting

As the Lead Software Engineer for Foundant, I’m pleased that the release of Foundant Grant Lifecycle Manager (GLM) 2.1 and the addition of new question types to evaluation forms brought about a long overdue reworking of a lot of data and its core model in the deep nether regions of GLM. These changes and additions are complex and involved, but also incredibly helpful in simplifying …     Continue Reading »

Missouri River Camping Photos

Here are some photos from a recent camping trip near the Missouri River.  We’ve had a rainy, cold spring here in the mountains of Montana, so it was great to get outside for a warm, sunny weekend!  I posted just a few photos below but you can see more at the link here:

Writing Code; Making a Difference

Growing up, I never envisioned I’d be working with computers every day. There were only a few of them in my high school, and the idea of sitting at one all day was not appealing. I grew up working on my family’s ranch (see photos below), and having spent a lot of time outdoors, I was more interested in work that kept me out of …     Continue Reading »