In a recent post I talked about how good design attempts to minimize the impact of changes to a system, often through Design Patterns.Read More
This one is probably old news to many of you, but I just recently ran across it. Every time I want to add a new control to a new page, I get annoyed because I have to remember that annoying syntax for registering a control.Read More
I have a few great openings available that I have to share with you. These are really great positions working with really interesting and smart people all over the world.Read More
I love Halloween because it makes for great parties. What makes a party great? Costumes! This past weekend I drove up from Los Angeles to San Jose to stay with my friend Kyle and his wife Cara. That evening we drove up to San Francisco to attend a house party in a large four story house in the hills. It was about the perfect size for the 100+ people in attendance, and they hade a few top-notch local DJs spinning.Read More
Steve Harman points out another bug in the upgrade process. I feel really terrible that this one slipped through, though as far as I can tell so far, it may be mostly cosmetic in its effect. It apparently converts some comments to trackbacks. While this is not desirable behavior, since we show both comments and trackbacks in the comment section, it might not have a huge negative effect.Read More
Actually yes, I would like a little cheese with that whine.Read More
Well if you’re the punk malcontent who found my wallet yesterday, you go on a shopping spree…at Rite Aid, Vons, and Ralphs (a convenience store and two grocery stores).Read More
Making the world safe for trackbacks again!