@bayprogrammer It seems that if you are headquartered in the bay area, you are either exponentially growing or you are dead. I want to deal with companies that are more like an oak tree than a yeast colony.
@jnm Years ago I visited a monastery in Georgia. I'll never forget what a wizzened old monk (with a wizzened old Southern drawl) said: "I always felt kinda gypped. Everyone else got to play with C and Pascal, and all we ever got was RPG..."