The Wayward WebLog

Oh, what a tangled web

September, 2004

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    Code Shock

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    The first time I ever saw code written in Java, it scared me. The code looked awful. I mean it. There was no way this stuff could be for real. The source code I saw looked as bug prone as anything I could imagine. There were 'new's flying around everywhere...
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    Style is Serious

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    It's been difficult to focus on work lately, let alone find the time to contemplate something worthy of a blog post. The distraction of the presidential race is too compelling. My wife and I are glued to the television, CNN, FOX, MSNBC. I'm starting to...
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    The Truth about Longhorn

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    This was supposed to be another "truth about" post, but I haven't had the time to finish it due to the turmoil caused by last weeks announcement. Up until that point a statistically enormous percentage of the company was working on or around features...
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    Double Dog Data

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    In my post Dog Days of Summer I told you how a stray dog had adopted my family while on vacation. I just wanted you all to know that we still have the dog, and yes we did all the prudent and responsible things that a dog owner should. It turns out she...
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    Personal Teamwork

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    Do you every get that queasy, uneasy feeling when you are sitting at your desk, two monitors up, three terminal server sessions, four IDE's pumping, two in debug, one open on the laptop, that you've simply gone beyond the current understanding of software...
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