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  • Blog Post: Tennis ambiguity

    My wife and I were playing Tennis. We're both pretty new to it and knew we were supposed to hit the ball back and forth but couldn't remember the finer details of scoring. I thought that it was best of 5 sets. She thought it was best of 3 sets. We learned later that Men's professional is best of 5, and...
  • Blog Post: Out of office

    My wife + I recently had daughter #2. I'm taking time off, and so my participation on the forums and blogging is basically 0 (which is why I'm mentioning it in the first place). I have a few pre-written queued entries, but I don't expect much else in the near term. Avid readers may be able to infer that...
  • Blog Post: My baby, the finite state machine.

    My 19-month old daughter was quite the finite state machine today. She's recently become mobile and ended up getting her finger caught in a door for the first time. It gave her a little blood blister and the new experience inspired her to cry for a very very long time. My wife tried everything to...
  • Blog Post: What my dog taught me about race conditions

    I have a black Labrador named Sofie. She's about 2 and a half now, but still a puppy at heart. Here's a picture of her (along with her best friend, Sierra, who is a yellow lab): One morning, Sofie reminded me of a valuable issue with threading and race conditions. Our morning ritual for feeding is that...
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