The Wayward WebLog

Oh, what a tangled web

May, 2004

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    The Inside Track

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    By now you’ve heard it all, seen all the slides, attended all the talks, and acquired as much swag as you could. You’re tired, fed up, over stimulated and ready to collapse. But there’s one thing keeping you going. There is one thing...
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    ObjectSpaces: Requiem

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    We are gathered here today to give our final respects to good bit of OOP that has now been taken on a different path through life and the beyond. Like its father before it, and its father, and so on, ad nauseum, the little OR map that could, young Cheops...
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    Fiction: The Trap

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    Here's another story for you to read instead of getting your work done. The Trap It felt as though my stomach had been pulled up into my throat as the floor dropped away from my feet. The prickling sensation in my skin was a wonder in the brief...
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    The Trap

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    It felt as though my stomach had been pulled up into my throat as the floor dropped away from my feet. The prickling sensation in my skin was a wonder in the brief moment before I realized I was falling. Then my toes, my fingers and my eyes screamed in...
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    Code Farmers

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    I’m over the hump now. I can see the work for what it is. I’ve read all that I can. I’ve uncovered the truth. I’ve seen how it functions. I’ve learned what it says. Now I have to formulate a plan, a plan of attack, because...
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    Truth about TechEd

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    TechEd is coming. That’s one of those conference thingy-ma-bobs that some of you attend to find out what I’ve been working on for the last year. Let’s admit it. It’s all about me. And I mean the collective ‘me’ for...
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    Programming in the Brain

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    I’m staring at source code again. This time it’s not mine. I’m not looking for a flaw. I’m not trying to fix something. I’m just trying to understand; hundreds of files, thousands of functions, millions of lines. I stare...
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    Nobody Trusts a Paladin

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    What happens when a defender of the faith teams up with three notorious thieves? Can anyone be truly honest? Read the Story! Nobody Trusts a Paladin A man stood in the doorway, tall with dark hair and neatly trimmed beard. Nora recognized his shiny...
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    Justice League

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    The cat is finally out of the bag. I know, I know, with my posts it seems like every other one has some animal jumping out of some type of enclosure. If it's not a bag then its some box filled with radioactive isotopes. Maybe its just that it happens...
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    Aloha Oy

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    Nothing says summer (or spring) like a good vacation. While everyone else around here is nose to the grindstone, layered in meeting after meeting, preparing the product for beta and getting all their ducks in a row for TechED, I'm going to be relaxing...
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