UPDATE: This post was meant to be mostly tongue in cheek. I love
programmers. Some of my best friends are programmers. Also, to be fair
to the FizzBuzzers, the spec for this question is flawed, as are all
specs as I point out in Why Can’t Spec Writers Write
Forget flame wars. They’re so USENET. The new way of geek fighting is
much more subtle.
I finally got around to uploading pics of our short Seattle
to Flickr. Our first full day there, Saturday, benefitted from beautiful
weather. We took a nice boat ride on Lake Washington and skipped by
BillG᾿s immense house.
In Decemember I wrote about a great soccer
I attended. Well one of the other attendees is a Sports Anchor at
Univision and had a camera man in tow taking footage during the camp.
I’m posting this more as a reminder for myself. Where exactly are you
supposed to place XSD files to give you intellisense for XML files in
The wife and I are
headed up to Seattle for President’s day weekend to visit some friends.
My feed looks like several items were reposted. This is due to a bug in
Subtext when editing an existing post using Windows Live Writer. In any
case, we’ll have a fix available in the next release of Subtext soon.
I received a call from a nice lady asking to speak to someone who could
confirm an employment at VelocIT.
you’ve read my blog for any length of time, you know I tend to go on and
on about the virtues of blogging and participating in Open Source
This is amusing. I tried to view a post on Slashdot and got the
following error page.
How do you uniquely identify a person, without divulging the identity of that person? **For example, given a set of personal artifacts, how would I arrange the set of artifacts grouped by the person to which they belonged?