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SharePoint Developer, Blogger, Social Media Professional
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  • DocPointSolutions
    SharePoint Developer, 2013 - present
  • Freelance Writer
    Blog, Washington Times, etc, 2009 - present
  • STG, Inc
    SharePoint Developer, 2012 - 2013
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
    IT Analyst, 2004 - 2012
  • Social Pollen
    Owner Founder, 2010 - 2012
  • Social Media Professional
    2009 - 2011
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Baltimore, MD
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Abingdon, MD - Lousiville, KY - Dortmund, Germany - Tacoma, WA - Louisville, KY - Fayetteville, NC - Kitzingen, Germany - Gloucester, England - Metamora, IL - Georgetown, IN
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Writer, Techie, Social Media Junkie, sharepoint extraordinaire,
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This was an impromptu dinner on a night when we are shopping. There was a little bit of a wait, so we weren't making an evening of it. It sets a very hushed ambiance, with dim mood lighting, and dark furniture. We had the San Francisco Dip (Creamed spinach and water chestnuts served with Parmesan flatbread) to start off with, then each of us had a steak. It was a pretty good meal - and priced appropriately. The service was attentive, even though it was clear she was a little rushed. A return might be order.
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reviewed a month ago
What a great place to hold an event! We were there for a company holiday party, and it was one of the best I have been to. The evening started out with a cocktail hour, drinks poured by cheerful and attentive bartenders. Servers circulated with trays of hors d'oeuvres, and thus the delight of the evening - crab cakes. Look, this is Maryland and we are picky about crab cakes, and these are the best I ever put in my mouth. I ate so many I couldn't eat all of my dinner - no regrets. Dinner itself was wonderful - and in a wonderful nice touch - the butter was the best. Look, I'm kind of a butter snob, and those little pats of margarine they put in gold wrappers and server with steak dinners make me want to wing the abominations at the nearest chef. Not here. The best, creamiest, tastiest butter - it is attention to detail and a rare culinary delight. The rest of the dinner was just as wonderful - I could go on and on. The space was spacious, well laid out, prepared nicely, with staff there to attend each need. Hosting an event? Go here. Your guests will love you for it.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This was an impromptu stop after a tabletop meet up in Fells Point. The place has is minimal in decor, but does what it does well. We had the self-serve yogurt and hot chocolate, both very, very good. The hot chocolate was really rich and could have been cut with some more milk - yes, Virginia, there is such a thing as too much chocolate. Great little stop, service was only OK, reasonably priced. Will be back!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I have been trying to get to this place for EVER, but you know....federal hill and parking and all that. My odyssey came to end the other night when I finally made it in. It was everything i hoped for and more. The burgers are completely customized, from the meat, to the buns, cheese, and toppings, toppings, toppings. Alright, I skipped over the camel meat and went with Angus beef on a regular roll, bleu cheese, sauteed onions and lettuce and tomato. Sound mouthwatering? Well it was. Service was causal but spot-on, and always ready to help. Great tap selection, and friend pickles and onion rings to make a delicious trifecta. So why not five stars? One word - location. I would be at this place weekly if it wasn't for the sheer hassle of navigating federal hill, bummer. (chances of a second location??)
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This is a great little bookstore in Hampden. It is a cross between a comic book store and an eclectic bookstore - lots of little various toys and comics, anthologies and really interesting books. The space is very deceiving, so beware. You will think you have walked into a sparse ship that you can cover in matter of minutes, and hours later you are still perusing book somewhere in the shop. I also like their selection of magazine, some I haven't every seen before. This store is right in its element in Hampden and is a must-visit.
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reviewed a month ago
This is a cute little candy store between Ellicot City and Catonsville. They have all kinds of chocolate, candies, and sweets. The owner was very helpful and certainly is great at helping pick out little sweets. They will customize any candy box for you, in various sizes. They had cupcakes out that day, but I didn't try them. Another local business I am happy to support.
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reviewed a month ago
What a lovely shop! We stopped on our way to Atomic Books. How many ways is this shop the best, let me count the ways - 1 - Is is local! 2 - The owner is helpful and sweet. 3 - The selection is incredible 4 - The offer lots of classes for all levels. 5 - SO MANY YARNS AND NEEDLES! The place is charming and sweet, and will certainly be a regular stop for me.
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