I know, I know, you’d like to see the FizzBuzz discussion die a quick death, but trust me, this is an interesting point, or at least mildly amusing.
Update: I have an even better startlet for stopping and starting
services in my comments.
Thought I should take advantage of my latest bout of insomnia and do a
slight redesign of my website. My goal was to clean it up a bit so it
looks less crowded and cluttered.
We’ve been having an internal debate within the
list over the merits of
SourceForge vs Google Code
Project Hosting vs
Codeplex. Much of the discussion
hinges around the benefits of Subversion for Open Source projects when
compared to Team Foundation System (TFS).
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.