The original intention of this blog was to serve as a place where I could showcase the programming work I have done and detail my process. However, as you can tell, there hasn’t been any posts since my first “Hello, World!” post. Sure, I’ve been working on projects, but I just haven’t gotten to the point in any of those projects where I felt like I could blog in detail about it.

Then I watched this great talk that Brian Jones gave at PyCon that my friend, Daniel Bond, pointed out to me:

One point that he makes that really resonates with me is how I should write even if I feel like I don’t know what I’m talking about. The reluctance to show my inexperience is essentially the reason this blog sat stale for so many months after its inception.

I have decided I will take Brian’s words to heart, and start blogging just for the sake of writing. Henceforth, I will no longer hesitate to chronicle my journey through programming, writing, and any other quest which may take a hold of me as I continue to improve and broaden my skills. I’ll be wrong, I’ll ask questions, and I may frankly look like a blundering idiot at times; but, I only ask that you just bear with me and understand that I’m new at all this still, and I appreciate any constructive criticism that anyone has for me.

Let’s see how far I can go.