The less-than-random ramblings of Scott Jackson, software architect.

No Such Comfort


Posted by scottj on May 31, 2010 with No Comments

About Scott Jackson

Scott is a software architect in the Atlanta, GA area.  Since 1993 he has worked for and consulted with companies in the Retail, ISV, Energy, Health Care, Manufacturing, Insurance and Legal verticals, among others.  Scott is a generalist of broad experience, integrating solutions using the breadth of the entire Microsoft Product space, as well as developing custom software in C# and C++.  He believes strongly in observing open standards on strong, supported platforms, and in fostering interoperability between a variety of software clients in both consumer and enterprise environments.

About Capricious Whim

Scott bought the domain on, oddly enough, a whim after doing a search to satisfy his curiosity to see if it had already been registered.  Largely empty for most of its existence, it and various sub-domains have hosted sites for friends and associates.  In 2010, Scott decided to make it the home of his technology blog.

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Capricious Whim

“Einstein argued that there must be simplified explanations of nature, because God is not capricious or arbitrary. No such faith comforts the software engineer.” —Fred Brooks