About this blog
“Hype Cycles” is a blog about things that catch my attention. They will mostly be technical or technological in nature and a reflection of the things that I read, am interested in, or see in my day to day meanderings.
Why the name “Hype Cycles”?
- Because it is appropriate for what I plan to post on this blog!
- But equally because this blog was called hypecycles.wordpress.com when I first created it in 2009, and because hypecycles.com is a domain I’ve owned for some time
If you aren’t sure what a Hype Cycle is, here is some more information for you from Wikipedia.
I’m a geek, an entrepreneur, a software developer, a harder tinkerer, and about a dozen other things that I can think of describing myself as. My linkedIn profile gives you some information about me.
I used to work at Tesora, a company I co-founded in 2011. The company was acquired by Strato Scale in January 2017. I do not represent Strato Scale and any comments about Tesora relate to a period of time when I was employed by the company. Those views were my own, and did not purport to represent the views of Tesora, and need not represent the views of Strato Scale.
I work at Verizon Wireless. I do not speak for my employer, all views expressed in this blog are my own.
You can email me at contact at amrith dot org.
You can get a copy of my resume here.
This page was updated on May 3, 2017 to reflect my new employer (Verizon Wireless) and the acquisition of Tesora by Strato Scale.