At YAPC, I talked a bit about what I've been doing -- writing Perl for the Vegas gaming market. More specifically, I'm technically an employee but I'm invoicing for hours I use. So far this month, all of my projects have been blocked on various things -- waiting for a vendor, waiting for a specialist to do some work that I can't, waiting for a trip to the office to be scheduled so I have access to some hardware I need to test against, etc. An even longer list of things were recently completed. Hourly sucks when you get your work done quickly. Bad for me, but good for you.
I got in a vacation to Portland and Seattle and I got some time to code on one of my favorite personal projects, but it's time for me to get back to work here. My resume is at illogics.org. I've worked on advanced things, played with Perl innards, completed large projects by myself, played organizer and default speaker to a Perl Mongers group, and even written a book that most people didn't hate. If you can keep me busy for a while, drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.