Introducing Hyphenated People

Sort of. Again.

But now we have a web site that looks like this:

welcome to hyphenated people: amy hoy & john athayde will rock for you

You should go there and click around, though, if you need a chuckle… catch my drift? (winknudge*)

I can has training?

Lolcats may be on the way out but quality training never is! Or so I tell myself. Speaking of quality training, I’ve received a handful of inquiries about doing corporate training lately and I would like to say Yes, I am interested in doing training! Especially user interface/user interactivity/experience type stuff.

I’m working on a one-day workshop currently (which I will be giving at Webstock 2008, among others) so, if you’re interested, drop me a line. If that doesn’t sound like it’d fit your needs, let’s talk and see if we can find another way to mutually exploit each others’ resources!

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  1. tigerplug says:

    Loving it!

    Get in touch Amy if you would be interested in writing something for my blog? I would love to do a video or something about starting with RoR.



  2. J Ramon says:

    Hello Amy

    I love your site and your fresh ideas 🙂

    I sent this link to, hope you’ll get the homepage 🙂

  3. Brilliant idea Amy. I really enjoyed reading all of your articles. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more. Regards

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