When it comes to being lazy, I must say that it is something I take pride in. Why? Because all engineers are lazy. If we were not, no one would consider how we could use technology to make even easy tasks easier. Why go to the store when I can order of the web from my bath tub? I could write a letter, but email would be easier, and so forth.
I am writing this blog as an engineer living in Japan. I have been living in Japan for almost 10 years, and it has been an amazing experience. At the same time, I am also working as a System Administrator, which has also been a very interesting experience (when I am not under stress).
The purpose of this blog is two prong. For one, I would like to share my technical experience (or lack there of) as a way of giving back. I am a firm supporter of Open Software, and community has been one of the strongest methods in keeping technology safe, secure and open. As I have depended on a vast amount of web content, it is time to take part in the conversation as well. Second, I would like to share those crazy things that I see everyday living in Japan. They made me laugh, so I hope someone else might get a chuckle as well.
Let’s see how it goes…