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Category Archives: Software
A few days ago three of us were talking back from the Devonshire Square market after having enjoyed the warm, sunny weather by eating our food outside. The topic of conversation had wandered but had eventually rested on careers. Specifically, … Continue reading
Recently, puppet got a new way of defining environments. Along with the new environments, came a new way of handling the caching of the environments inside the puppet master. I found out that what puppet is now doing, and was doing … Continue reading
Every team that I’ve worked with has eventually come to ask the question: when is it done? And they don’t just mean “done”, they mean, when is it “done-done“? Every time, for whatever reason, this seemingly innocuous question becomes a … Continue reading
Are you a rational, logical person? When you are given the data about a situation, do you change your mind? I would be willing to bet that you like to think about yourself in that light. I know that I … Continue reading
The other day at work I was implementing a new feature and found myself in a nice little, self-contained bit of code. I was adding the ability to parse a pair of query parameters from an HTTP request into an … Continue reading
Modern Java? Isn’t that an oxymoron? At XPDay this year Julian Kelsey and I presented a session entitled “Refactoring to Functional Style”. It seemed to be pretty well received and drew a lot more people to the room than, I … Continue reading