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Think about thisWe are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.-Aristotle
- Here is an employee who knows how to take initiative and find efficiencies. -- 4 months ago
- A terrible tragedy. http://goo.gl/kx1zg 111 souls have perished. I hope this is the Triangle Shirtwaist turning-point for Bangladesh. -- 5 months ago
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- You are not an idiot if you use NodeJS: Just saw this rant by Brandon Wirtz from January 2012 on Youtube clari... http://t.co/5EsPEkYMtm-- 1 day ago
- Pet peeve – NodeJS people, What’s with “err”?: This is a pet peeve of mine. I think the code is the documentat... http://t.co/YxVTQ7fbkV-- 1 day ago
- In case you were not clear, #AngelinaJolie #KicksAss. http://t.co/p9oHGhz5k7-- 3 days ago
- @TylerPalinca_6 Except there's a salary cap in the NHL, so the #Pens operate on the same budget as everyone else.-- 3 days ago
- @britlovesmusic Brittany, Everybody loves the Pens. #LetsGoPens-- 3 days ago
My Open source projects
These are all projects I have initiated.
- IIRF - an ISAPI Filter that does rewriting and proxying, like mod_rewrite and mod_proxy for Apache. C/C++.
- CleanModQueue - a tool to automatically clean your reddit moderator queue. .NET, C#, WinForms, REST, JSON, System.Net.Http.
- gplus - a wordpress plugin that displays your most recent Google+ activity. PHP, REST, JSON. You can see this running in the sidebar on this page, above.
- flickr_eyecandy - a wordpress plugin that displays a random flickr "Eye Candy" image, selecting one photo from Flickr with the tag or tags you provide. PHP, REST, XML. You can see this running just above, on this page.
- XPath Visualizer - a Windows tool that helps you visualize XPath query results. .NET, C#, WinForms, XML
- ReloadIt - a Windows tool that reloads an IE tab, based on a change in a filesystem file. Works like Mac's Live Reload, but for IE. .NET, C#, WPF.
- csharp-mode - an emacs major-mode for editing C# code.
Tag Archives: Proj Mgmt
Lately, it seems, no system is ever “finished”. You are only running “this week’s build”. And this is how we want it! What drives the demand for continuous evolution of information systems? In my opinion, it’s the possibilities. The possibility for interconnections among disparate systems, stakeholders, and devices. The model … Continue reading
In a previous post, I talked about the change in software development approaches over the past 15 years. It has been slow, but in aggregate, the effect is striking. People are doing iterative development now, and succeeding with it. But despite the growing body of evidence in support … Continue reading
There’s a natural human resistance to change. Everyone has it, everyone is subject to it. Some of us are more aware than others of our own tendencies to resist change unconsciously. But by and large, all of us like to minimnize surprises, like to feel that we are in … Continue reading