A fair question.
I’ve been in the same place I’ve always been, there’s just been more going on.
I’ve adopted a new role (albeit without a formal Job Description yet, grrr), and am coming to terms with the new workload/flow.
Last year I was a Dev Support person, and it was pretty simple – things would break and I would fix them, people would want a report and I would code the SQL for it. Simple. But now I am managing projects – I am pro-actively chasing things down, having ideas (!), and managing my own timelines and expectations, organising meetings, managing peoples. It all takes alot more effort, and I just don’t have the time during the day to put together a whole blog post.
Sure, I twitter a bit, but nothing particularly clever. And I never usually have a chunk of time when I am at home either. Except tonight, as the Kym has headed out to see Juno with Meglet, and the Hardman is having a well-earned sleep.
So anyways, I am trying to at least gather my thoughts during the day, and hopefully I can organise something, even if it’s just once a week. Things should definately improve once the business moves office, as I’ll be on the train every day. All I’ll need then is a laptop for the transit – I’d better email Helpdesk now to get that started.
Anywho, I’ve got some washing to sort out, a kitchen to clean, and two fingers of single malt to get through. So be well, and implement a backup solution today.