C. Grant Anderson|
Hi! Welcome to my technical career website!
In this website
I will enthrall and fascinate and wow you with the awesome splendor of my
technical prowess in software development, database development, and data
warehouse and OLAP cube development. If you can't yet tell I do
development. Yes, I build things. And darn good things too!
Use the top horizontal menu to navigate to the various pages of this
- About - All about Grant from (mostly) a technical perspective.
- Resume - My current resume in HMTL form and a download link for it in MS Word docx format.
- Portfolio - A sampling of my many technical projects which highlight my incredible technical skills.
- Projects - A summary of some of my current projects (except the secret ones of course!).
- War Stories - Some of my technical war stories (and my famous Bobbie Louie and the Great Blue Heron story!).
- Testimonials - Here's where I repeat some of the good things they've been saying about me for years.
- Contact - And my contact info if you should want to contact me.
The DaVinci Man
Who is the DaVinci Man?
The DaVinci Man is my simpler term for the
famous Vitruvian Man drawing by Leondardo da Vinci. Leonardo drew it
sometime around 1490. It shows the proportions of a man contained
within a circle and a square-ish rectangle. It is called the Vitruvian
Man because the drawing is accompanied by notes about the work of the
architect called Vitruvius.
There's a fairly good description
of this drawing and it's interpretation on Wikipedia.org at:
But to me it
represents something more. As Leonardo da Vinci represents something
more to me than to most other people. Leonardo is remembered as a
genius, an artist, an inventor. And to me he represents an ideal, an
ideal to emulated, an ideal that shows a path of individual accomplishment
There seems to be very few people like Leonardo in
history but they are there. I started looking for them years ago and
they are out there but seldom remembered or heralded. And there are
some da Vinci like people here and now. I call them DaVinci's.
They are very rare. In the old days they painted. Nowadays they
don't paint as there is no market for paintings. So what would they do
nowadays? Write software?
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