But saying that, I am open to suggestions. LinkedIn
Plenty of IoT and devices using sensors around. Heck, even Moto Z phone has some great uses for sensor gestures similar to what I wrote for QtSensors while I was at Nokia.
But a lack of companies that allow freelance or remote work. The last few years I have worked remotely doing work for Jolla and Canonical. Both fantastic companies to work for, which really have it together for working remotely.
I am still surprised that only a handful of companies regularly allow remote work. I do not miss the stuffy non window opening offices and the long daily commute, which sometimes means riding a motorcycle through hail! (I do not suggest this for anyone)
Of course, I am still maintainer for QtSensors, QtSystemInfo for the Qt Project, and Sensor Framework for Mer, and always dreaming up new ways to use sensors. Still keeping tabs on QtNetwork bearer classes.
Although I had to send back the Canonical devices, I still have Ubuntu on my Nexus 4. I still have my Jolla phones and tablet.
That said, I still have this blog here, and besides spending my time looking for a new programming gig, I am (always) preparing to release a new album. http://llornkcor.com
and always willing to work with anyone needing music/audio/soundtrack work.