Month: March 2015

Why GW? On Returning to My Alma Mater for Graduate School

Returning to my alma mater, albeit virtually, is a “connection of my dots,” as Steve Jobs so eloquently phrased it.  The George Washington University School of Business pioneered the Master of Science in Information Systems Technology in 1980, which was a remarkably prescient move.  Now, GW is leading the revolutionary forefront of modern education by offering curricula online— so why GW? … Read more →

The Builder’s Prayer

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” -Confucius After a solid Sunday of network experimentation with one of my good friends from Rockhurst, Nick Starke-perhaps the greatest mathematical and technical mind I’ve ever known, I continued programming another app well into the evening. A few hours later, he pinged me… Read more →