It’s tonight! Come out if you want to program with peers!
I don’t know. Certainly one can not pick a side, but rather learn the various aspects that come into play into this.
GeePawHill attempts to create common sense.
I knew I wasn’t the only one so excited about the upcoming Code Retreat to want to get together with others before the event and prepare!
After getting a hold of xorrbit on Freenode and a short conversation, we arranged to prepare for the Code Retreat at SkullSpace next Thursday at 6pm.
Andrew will talk about code retreat in general, and about CoffeeScript – his preferred language for the event.
So, basically, we’ve successfully increased our productivity by increasing the amount of work not done.
I blogged about some things that I like to think about with regard to developing software over at the Glacier FarmMedia Web Team’s blog.
Hooray for WordPress.com providing me with email forwarding of firstname.lastname@example.org to my gmail account!
Truth be told, I probably placed 4 because only 3 serious contestants entered the contest, but aside from winning, it was also lots of fun – I now know what punch cards were used for and a bit about how they worked. As well, I got a chance to write a fun short python script.
The book seems like an intelligent, but also fun way of approaching getting a job. I look forward to reading it!
I just came back from King’s Head, where I attended the first day of BSides Winnipeg 2013. Michael Zapp talked about the fact that he likes the hardware. That’s the fun stuff, to paraphrase him.
If I had to define what my passion is in the larger field that I work in, I would define it to be the fact that software is written by and for people. So things like “customer service” or “team building” are the things that inspire me and drive me to be the best I can be
What’s your passion?