This is my first stab at what freelancers call (I’m assuming) the “monthly update.” Every four to five weeks, I’ll put together a post like this one with links to what I’ve been working on and what’s been published. Think of it as a newsletter, except that I’m posting it here for you to peruse at your leisure instead of delivering it straight to your inbox (maybe someday).
April was a jam-packed month, though I didn’t publish very much. I’ve been finishing up a months-long project for another client, so I spent most of the time in my little smart home lab toiling with do-it-yourself security systems and their accessories. I’ll be sure to follow up with those stories once they post, along with my findings.
Here’s what did publish:
I’m headed off to Google I/O in Mountain View next week. I’ll be attending on behalf of TWiT for All About Android. We’ll be recording our show the day after the keynote at Google I/O. I’ve got some stories planned for the developer’s conference, too, and I’ll be sure to update when they’ve posted to their respective publications.