Putrid Pete – Aerial Drone Footage

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I took this aerial footage in September 2015 but finally got around to posting this online.  This was taken at Putrid Pete’s Peak (aka – “P3”), just outside the Alpine Lakes Wilderness.  The trail is steep, but very accessible from I-90.  It’s … Read More

Mazama – Drone Flyby & Landscapes

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Mazama is my favorite small town in Washington State.  Just east of Washington Pass it is often dry and shielded from bad weather from the west by the mountains, a stark contrast to the green of western Washington, and the … Read More

Enchantments 2016: Time-Lapse & Landscapes

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In June we spent four days in the Enchantments to climb and capture images of the amazing scenery.  Images and videos are of the photography-focused part of the trip.  Our climb up the Stanley-Burgner route on Prusik Peak was a … Read More

Windows Azure and Reality of the Hybrid Cloud

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Quick note – I left Red Hat back in December and joined Avanade where I now lead a team of product managers and engineers building software and cloud services across cloud computing, mobile solutions, and digital marketing. Earlier this week … Read More

Dog Shows & Engagement Photos [PHOTO]

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Matt was one of the first friends I made on Boston.  Ironically he had also moved to Boston from Seattle just a few months ahead of me and we’d never met even though we had mutual friends in the Seattle … Read More

Braving Nemo [Photo]

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Nemo hit Boston in early February, bringing over two feet of snow and gusts of wind over 50 mph. Teresa and I watched the snow come down for hours before it got dark.  We decided to venture out.  This was … Read More

North Ledges Ice [Photo]

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I took this picture January 2013 during one of the Appalachian Mountain Club ice outings. The area is normally a rock climbing destination but during the winter it transforms into columns of ice. I was fortunate to get the morning … Read More

Read Between the Lines [Photo]

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  In February, Devin and I paired up for a great day of ice climbing in North Conway. I had completed my second ice lead – a 50m WI3 gully route and I was in a great mood. Devin wanted … Read More

Breaking Ice [Photo]

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This winter I had the opportunity to go through the Appalachian Mountain Club’s ice climbing program. It was a great experience getting involved in the local climbing community, meet some great people, and also get some serious laps on ice … Read More

Red Hat Enters Next Phase of Its Application Server Technology Strategy

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The rapid change of technology and rise of cloud computing, mobile devices, and NoSQL is making us re-evaluate what a modern application server needs to provide for our customers and how developer tools and technologies need to evolve to meet … Read More

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