Feeling the Vibe

A little over two years ago my career took an unexpected turn. I found myself in a perfect position to begin life as an independent software developer. Since then I’ve been offering consulting and training services under the banner of Achiiv Solutions, LLC. (Don’t bother looking at the site – it’s just a placeholder!) In those two years I have had the good fortune of working on interesting projects with some really great clients.

About five months ago I started a contract with a Fishers, Indiana based startup called Fuzic. Their goal of controlling the vibe of a physical location through the combination of music and custom audio messaging so its customers could reach their customers in new ways intrigued me to say the least. At the time they were bringing development in-house and needed someone to maintain some aspects of the current production system and the timing was right for me to jump on board.

Originally I was going to be working only part time while I balanced this new work with some other projects I had underway but there was plenty of work to do and soon I was working a full-time schedule minus some conferences here and there. In the months since we’ve made significant enhancements to numerous aspects of the system and I’ve come to truly believe in what the company is doing.

The company’s visionary leadership has already established a strong foundation with a top-notch, high-performance team which includes some of the best people I’ve worked with in my career. What’s more is that the past few months have given me a front-row seat for several exciting milestones in the company’s history including:

With that, I’m pleased to announce that on October 16, 2017 I made the transition from contractor to Lead Software Engineer at Vibenomics! I believe that this company is going to do some great things in the coming years and am excited to see where this next chapter leads.

#VibeOn

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One comment

  1. Congratulations on the new (official) position! Until Scott pitched at RotR, I hadn’t understood the scope of what you folks are doing. Turning sound everywhere into an advertising platform is huge.

    I hope you enjoy building the “only share this message when it’s raining outside” feature :)

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