Welcome to the Tech part of DaedTech
Hi, I’m Erik. You can read more about me on my about page, if you’re so inclined. I’m a career-long programmer, sometimes manager/executive, erstwhile consultant, and current hermit.
These days, a lot of the content I make for this site is more career-focused. This includes advice for advancing in the corporate world but also a lot of advice for going off on your own. This page, however, isn’t about that sort of advice. (If you’d rather see a welcome page for that, check it out here).
If you’re here, you are, no doubt, coming from one of my technically focused articles. I’ve been a technologist professionally for more than 15 years now, learning more languages, frameworks, and patterns than I can remember off the top. On this blog, you’ll find a lot of .NET stuff, some Java stuff, and a ton of articles focused on architecture, static analysis, patterns, and test driven development (TDD).
It’s hard to neatly summarize this body of content. So for people new to my site, I’ve pulled together a quick, curated list of things I’ve done that you might want to check out.
Technical Things of Interest
For a quick feel, you can check out services I offer and products I offer. But here’s a more focused list.
If you like this stuff, I’d suggest subscribing to my RSS feed. Every week, I do a digest post that summarizes all of the techie stuff I write, everywhere on the vast digital plain of the internet.