About Me

Product of ‘78. I grew up, lived and graduated in small town Missouri.

I spent most of my teenage years playing sports. Went to college with dreams of being a big time football player. After the first day, I realized that was just a dream. On the second day, I decided I should pick a major. I randomly picked computer science (I liked math and it had math). I have been hooked on programming since I took my first CS course.

I graduated college in 3.5 years while playing football. I am pretty proud of that, although I sometimes wish I would have stayed longer.

I have worked various jobs (large telco, startup, top 10 university) since I graduated. I have been a programmer, leader, manager and teacher.

I am always looking to learn more. I am hoping that this blog will paint a path of my learning.


4 Responses

  1. I am wondering when you will publish “How to use the Model-View-Presenter (MVP) to inject threads into your WinForm applications” topic. I currently have the need to find some tried and tested means of doing such.

  2. I am currently working on the article and should have it published in the next day or two. Thanks for your interest.

  3. Adam, you seems to be very involved in web testing,
    the post “WatiN, Watir and Selenium Reviewed” was great.

    I was wandering if you ever heard about our product InCisif.net, based on your experience with WatinN, your comments could be very interesting.


    Frederic Torres.

  4. I have not heard of InCisif.net. Next time I need to test a web site, I will be sure to give it a try and write about it.

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