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Hello World

I’m back!

It took me long enough. But, I’m finally back from my long hiatus. It’s not like I don’t have anything to talk about. I’ve been meaning to start blogging again for the longest time. I’ve just been super-busy.

Luckily, in the interim, I’ve grown quite fond of git and Github. So when I came across the article, “blogging like a hacker” (which should be titled “blogging like a BOSS”), it was all the excuse I needed. I could kill two birds with one stone. …tinker a bit. …and get back into blogging.

So my new blog is powered by jekyll, hosted by GitHub, and I’m writing this post using prose.

Tight.

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Walter Pinson is the Chief Software Architect at SMBLive; whose IAmFound social marketing platform helps SMBs (small and medium-sized businesses) get discovered online and generate inbound sales leads. In his role as CSA, Walter manages a globally distributed product development group and has SaaS products deployed at major telecommunications channel partners in the US, UK, Switzerland, Canada, and Mexico. Additionally, Walter is a co-founder and principal of Pinson3 Systems; a boutique software engineering concern serving the intelligence and defense sectors with solutions ranging from enterprise web-based multi-modal biometric analysis systems to information warfare training systems. Prior to his role at SMBLive and founding Pinson3 Systems, Walter was a Senior Strategy Consultant with Microsoft focused on SaaS, SOA, and .NET adoption in the telecommunications sector. Walter has published articles for Cloud Computing Journal, is a member of ACM and IEEE, and currently has one patent pending. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from The Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering at George Mason University, where he focused on distributed and parallel computing. Walter is currently working on his MBA at the GMU School of Management.