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I am a full-stack software developer in New England. This is in the eastern USA .  I concentrated on the Java platform, but will use whatever it takes to get the job done. In my current company I am doing web development work using: Java JEE, Groovy, Ant, command shells, web services, .NET, ASP, CSS, HTML, JavaScript, XML, Eclipse, Jenkins, Tomcat, JSON, etc.

Since 2015 I have been learning the “new” web development revolution. I now ‘know’ React.js, Redux, RxJS, and the associated ecosystems. I am also leading the push at my company to move to a modern web app architecture.

This blog is for jotting down my thoughts, observations, and any ideas I may have.  Since I’m interested in everything I may wander all over the place. I may even opine on controversial subjects like religion and politics. In both I independent, iconoclastic, and probably naive, so I’ll probably annoy any one who cares to read.

Any posts reflect my thinking, attitudes, and ignorance at the time of posting.  I have the right to change my mind and “get learned”. The opinions expressed here are my own and do not necessarily represent those of current or past employers. Any program code is presented AS IS. Any novel, unique, or great ideas are mine. Any bad ideas are just an error.

I reserve the right to change my opinion as time progresses, and as ideas evolve.

“Information is a source of learning. But unless it is organized, processed, and available to the right people in a format for decision making, it is a burden, not a benefit.” — W. Pollard.

Name of T. C. Mits:

T.C. Mits (acronym for “the celebrated man in the street”)[1], is a term coined by Lillian Rosanoff Lieber to refer to an everyman. In Lieber’s works, T.C. Mits was a character who made scientific topics more approachable to the public audience.

The phrase has enjoyed sparse use by authors in fields such as molecular biology[2], secondary education [3], and general semantics[4].


The Education of T.C. Mits: What modern mathematics means to you
[Paperback] Lillian R. Lieber (Author), Hugh Gray Lieber (Illustrator), Barry Mazur (Foreword)

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The celebrated man in the street

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