I got a job

I mentioned this in my other newsletter already, but: I have a job now (yay). Since late July I’ve been working at Tyba, an eight-person startup in the renewable energy space. They use Clojure btw.

What this means for Biff is: not much. I’ve been spending about the same amount of time working on it as I was previously. The main difference is that I’ll be sticking to a more regular schedule of working on Biff a little bit each week instead of doing a bunch of work every 4-6 weeks.