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Résumé for Michael Wayne Arnold

Interests I am passionate about the intersections between technology and people. With over a decade’s experience in software development, product management, data analysis, process improvement, and technical leadership I am excited about opportunities that allow me to leverage my diverse background. I seek to transition into a role that will enable me to actively contribute to solving problems through leadership, hands-on software development, and architecture. My ideal position would allow me to work closely with business stakeholders to play an active role in improving and automating common business processes, increasing quality, preventing costly errors, and leveraging data and machine learning to drive stakeholder value. Read more...

Posted: Wed, Sep 19, 2018, Words: ~2000, Reading Time: 10 min

Sea Walls: haud responsalis sed peccator

Recently I saw a call for more people in enterprise IT to start blogging. Following that call, I’ll offer some reflections. The foundation of a healthy IT culture in the enterprise starts with IT leadership and, especially, front-line IT management focusing on building a great working environment for developers. If developers are overextended, overworked, are not able to innovate, and are not given the dedicated time needed to solve problems, there is no hope for the transformation of corporate IT. Read more...

Posted: Tue, May 29, 2018, Words: ~700, Reading Time: 3 min

Collect for a Server Migration

Almighty Father who is the source of all life, give thy servants an extra measure of thy grace that we, directing the intellect and energy thou hast gifted mankind, might so order our minds as to successfully configure and migrate the systems we steward to the service of thy Holy Catholic Church and to the glory thy Son, Jesus Christ, who with thee and the Holy Spirit reign as one God, now and forever. Read more...

Posted: Wed, Jun 7, 2017, Words: ~100, Reading Time: 1 min