After, or during a long day slaving over hot algorithms and queries, the last thing I want to blog about is work. In fact, I've probably talked more about crap I have absolutely no clue about than things that I'm probably world class in, which is OLAP and data warehousing.
These days I'm getting a little fed up with having this blog be of no use in spreading the word and working with work. Since my mind is made up about this upcoming election and I really don't think that people who are undecided should even bother, I'm not going to take up much more space on that tip until after the election. Plus P6 and I get to kiss and make up. So starting today I'm going to start blogging about OLAP and DW, which may be a very uncompelling subject, but...
But I have work for people who are interested in this very cool field and you all need to be aware that I have a little bit of moving and shaking ability. My little business, Metro Decisions is ready willing and able to start responding to the interest in the field, and quite frankly I am really tired of telling the recruiters and agents that call me every week: "Sorry, I'm booked and I don't know anybody who is available to work now."
If you're interested. Start talking. Right here. Right now. There's lucrative work sitting undone and several industries which are untouched by some truly cool technology that I'm trying to bring. My other site, CubeGeek.com can use a little assistance so I'm goosing it here. You can see all of the jobs referrals that I get. I will continue to post them there and perhaps refer to them here. This will make Cobb a bit more boring, but it can lead to economic happiness.
By the way, I'm also getting into more traditional web development stuff as well, so if you're ready to talk that, let's do it.