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Welcome to TechSpin, my little dust speck of geekdom in the endless swirling maelstrom of data. My name is Brad, I’m a technologist / geek / nerd / software developer / roboticist / mentor / manager / mechanic / woodworker / ditch digger / photographer / rock climber / and pretty much anything else that needs to be done. Here’s my resume / CV if you care to know that much more about me. The purpose of this site is somewhere for me to document the things I’m doing and things that interest me. A repository of information that is interesting to me in the moment and that might or might not stand the test of time.

Stuff I’m reading – The Passionate Programmer: Creating a Remarkable Career in Software Development The Art of Debugging with GDB, DDD, and Eclipse

Stuff I do for fun – I’ve been studying Kenpo Karate for a while now, about halfway to black belt. My latest Kenpo workbook. A video of me board breaking.

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