Category: Projects

Project Maestro

Using AI to design and develop an application

Maestro is a thesis that one person, with the help of current AI tools, can work on a problem from first principles through design and development, to go to market.

I started project Maestro to work in the open and demonstrate the level of sophistication of current AI tools. This is an exercise and won’t result in a real project. There are plenty of problems to solve, don’t I don’t want people to get hung up on a single idea.

If you’d like to come along please consider subscribing to the Project Maestro newsletter. You can also find a breakdown of all the results over on CloudShock under the Maestro category.

Stay tuned!

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Category: Remote Work

Remote Work - Company Gatherings

Working remote has its share of challenges, but it can be a rewarding and life altering change if done correctly. I could write pages about personal productivity tips on how to be successful when you are not working in an office, but today I want to write about bi-annual and quarterly in person sessions and their value.

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Category: Business

Dot-Com Bubble 2.0 - Tech Worker Impact

A brief summary of Dot-Com Bubble 2.0: How Did We Get Here? by Prithvi Raj Chauhan posted on Hacker Noon


The bubble repeated, for different underlying speculative reasons but effectively the same boom-bust cycle. What happens next to employment and the broad economy is likely a replay of the early 2000s.

@Prcwrites does a great job covering the technical aspects, I’d like to add some perspective from the employment.

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