As far as accomplishments go, 2007 has been a good year. I joined FreshBooks in April (it’s been great), had my first academic paper published in August, and was chosen to participate in next year’s SXSW Interactive. On top of that, this blog reached 100 readers over the summer – thanks you guys.
Speaking of which, the only real down note is how I’ve labored with this blog these past few months. I’ve had article ideas bouncing around in my head, but the most important step – writing them out – has totally eluded me. So, my first resolution for next year is to rediscover my writing touch and whip this blog back into shape.
My other resolutions? Write more code for the hell of it, build something with merb, and contribute to a proper open source project. I’ve shared plenty of half-baked code here on my blog, but I’d like to get involved with a project with legs – whether I’m writing docs, test cases, or patches, it’s all good. (Looking for help? Drop me a line.)
So here’s to a new year – may it be a good one.