I don’t collect any info save for any comments you leave on a post and the meta data that Google Analytics collects. I will never sell or voluntarily disclose any of your personal information.

In order to avoid putting ads on the blog, I’ve chosen to go the route of having affiliate relationships. These are companies that I’ve used and have had good results with. I won’t enter an affiliate relationship with any company I don’t personally endorse. These relationships don’t cost you anything, but they help me keep this blog running!

I won’t accept offers to pay me for writing endorsement articles – as mentioned above, I personally endorse any product I link to or write about. So, all opinions expressed in the blog are my own opinion, unless I’m directly quoting someone, of course.

This blog is not expert advice: it is the opinion of one man. I’m not a financial expert, nor am I a life coach. While I make recommendations and do my best to give solid and accurate advice, I don’t make any guarantees, implied or otherwise, that the advice will work for you. Ultimately, the goal is to help you prepare for an IT career, but you should educate yourself from more than one source before you make any decisions. If need be, seek advice of financial or legal professionals. Take this blog as the same kind of advice a friend would give you!

Last but not least, the blog contains user commentary. I don’t review or approve the comments before they’re posted. Neither I nor any affiliates I have a relationship with endorse any of the comments you may read.

Alright, now that that’s out of the way, let’s get back to walking the Silicon Path!