I am interested in everything technical, especially development topics. Active in the world of IT for almost 20 years and have been involved in all levels from development, as architect, project manager, sales and management. Still move among all of these roles, sometimes reluctantly…. I teach project management for George Mason University and programming for the University of Pheonix. Current interests include as usual Java/J2EE topics, Project Management and Security (biometrics). Hope you enjoy my blog!

My email is brian.enochson@gmail.com.

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4 Responses to “About Software Engineering Blog”

  1. Levent Gürler Says:

    Hi Brian,

    habe zufällig deinen Blog entdeckt…
    Hoffe es geht dir gut.
    Bei mir ist auch alles OK.

    gruß

    Levent Gürler

  2. Levent Gürler Says:

    Would you please write english thiz!
    so i could be understand it iz.
    thanke…

  3. PsiSalon Says:

    Hi all

    I’ve discovered a site dedicated to grooming.

    Dog grooming refers to both the hygienic care and cleaning of a dog, as well as a process by which a dog’s physical appearance is enhanced for showing or other types of competition. A dog groomer (or simply “groomer”) is a person who earns their living grooming dogs.

    Grooming is an important part of dog care. Depending on the breed, age, and health of the dog, grooming may be a daily activity. Many breeds require significantly less grooming than this, but regular grooming helps to ensure the dog is healthy and comfortable. It is important to note that while many dogs shed, others (such as the Poodle), do not shed (see Moult) as profusely, and require grooming by a professional every 6–8 weeks maximum.

    Dogs can be bathed by being sprayed with a hand-held shower head, or doused with water from a bucket. Often, one bath will not make a dog truly clean. A second bath is excellent to ensure the entire body has been cleaned. Dogs should be bathed with warm, not hot water, in order to make it a more enjoyable experience. Dogs with a heavy or matted coat should never be bathed without first being completely brushed out or clipped of any mats.

    Psi salon

    It’s written in Polish but still have very nice gallery of dogs and cats.
    They use many products such as ones of Ring 5, 1 All System, Bio-Groom to look after your pupil.

    Take care

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