December 21st, 2006 is when I turned in my key card at Neteller, stepping down as lead architect, to begin working with a group that would eventually form the majority of what Redfall Technologies Inc is today. Over the last 7 years I’ve had the opportunity to work with tremendous people doing what I enjoy.
As of January 10th, 2014 I’ve finalized my departure as a director and the CTO of Redfall Technologies to focus on other things. I’ve been working with Redfall over the last while to ensure a seamless transition. I still believe in Vogogo and will continue on as a Redfall shareholder and provide support whenever needed.
I wish Redfall all the best in the future.
It has almost been a year since I’ve done a blog post and months since I’ve posted on Vogogo’s blog. Why? In July of this year Redfall Technologies received a $1,000,000 commitment from AVAC to continue to execute it’s business strategy. Then in September Redfall announced it was going public on the Toronto Venture Exchange through a Capital Pool Corporation (CPC) merger. Since the beginning of this year there has been significant work done by a lot of people to make this happen, all while keeping Vogogo running smoothly and continuing to grow.
I worked from home for a few years. It was a great experience as I was able to tune my work habits to extract the most productive hours out of a day. An unfortunate downside was how often my home phone would ring and completely destroy my flow. I had played with Asterisk, the open source PBX (i.e. phone system) in another venture I was involved with where several people working at different locations needed to answer the same 1-800 number. If my home phone would ring into an Asterisk server I would be able to filter out unwanted calls and auto-dialers.