I’ve been an independent software designer / developer for the past 29 years. In this business, that makes me an ROF (Really Old Fart). In the past I’ve done everything from Z-80 assembler to Visual FoxPro.
In the early 90’s I wrote two books on that product, and edited FoxTalk for a couple of years. These days I mostly concentrate on the .NET platform, architecting and building line-of-business applications, usually involving large databases.
Here you’ll find my musings about software development — the process and the business of development. To my clients who might visit, have no fear; I limit myself to non-proprietary matters and change names and details to protect the innocent.
I live just off the Cornell University campus in Ithaca, New York, USA, and through the magic of technology, work for clients all over the country. You’ll find my CV at www.bobgrommes.com.