We live in interesting times, and the old rules no longer seem to work. So we’re going to need to make up some new ones.

I wrote my first computer program on punch cards in 1970. I bought my first personal computer in 1980, and by 1990 I was calling myself a personal computer consultant, building custom databases. It was all new and exciting, and since none of it quite worked, my clients kept me very busy. The year 2000 was the peak of the dot com boom, and my business card said “Internet Consultant.” And now, here in 2014, the industry is going mobile and moving to the Cloud.

Computing is becoming a commodity.

But the fundamental questions still apply: what do you want and need? What are you trying to accomplish? Who do you need to communicate with? What complexities are you trying to manage? And, in the end, how can you automate some of that work?

Allow me to help you.