Archive for January, 2007

My last day at iR

JacksonTomorrow is my last day at inRESONANCE. It’s been an amazing number of years. I’ve worked with some of the brightest FileMaker developers and consultants around and I’ve been involved in some pretty interesting projects over those years. My experience here will be hard to replicate and it will never be exactly the same anywhere else. I’m leaving for a variety of reasons, but the most important reason is my family - that’s my son to the right.

Good luck to everyone at the company and good luck to all the clients I’ve worked with. Please use my Contact Me page if you wish to send me a note.

Catching up, news of the future

Here’s the email I sent to some of the clients I’ve worked with over the years. I do appreciate every one of them:

First, I want to thank you for all the opportunities to work with you on your projects over the years. I certainly hope that you’ve been happy with the work that I’ve done and have found it productive. I hope that you continue to have success.

It is with great humbleness for the investment you’ve made in inRESONANCE and me personally that I have to announce to you now that I’ve tendered my resignation. My last day will be January 15. Up until that date, please feel free to contact me should you wish to discuss any transitional issues or have any questions of the sort. After that date, and as always, you’ll continue to receive support and custom services for your databases from inRESONANCE. Please contact if you have general questions or if you have support needs.

I don’t have definitive plans for the future as yet (a sabbatical of sorts is surely going to be enjoyed). Though, you can keep up with future goings-on by visiting my personal website,

My last day is January 15th. Transition is always hard, but I hope to take a little bit of a break before diving back in. Wish me luck! Visit my Contact page to send me a note.


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