Web Development: A Few Observations

by Jerome Carter on December 3, 2012 · 0 comments

My foray into web application development is proving to be a worthwhile learning experience.  At the outset, six months seemed to be sufficient for creating an alpha version of the application.  As might be expected, it has taken longer.  However, I am not bemoaning the usual software development road bumps–far from it.  A month or […]


Well, it’s official–to borrow a phrase– it’s startup or bust.  The next eight months have been set aside for software development and blogging.  During this time, the goal is to build a prototype web application that can be tested with potential customers.   This means that NTM will not be accepting any consulting clients for a […]


Programming Languages, Revisited

by Jerome Carter on September 21, 2011 · 2 comments

I am taking up programming again. Aside from trying out a few IDEs, it has been nearly seven years since I last did any real programming. I have done data modeling and some database work, but very little programming. More than anything else, I am excited about learning new languages. Programming has always been a […]