Category Archives: Personal

Trinity football wins game with 15 laterals on last play

I was very hesitant to post this on LosTechies (non-technical content), but after some thought I think this is worth it.  I’m a Trinity alumni and also played football there for 2 years. This is absolutely amazing.   If the … Continue reading 

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Software is…

A friend and former colleague of mine has finally started blogging, after a year of me heckling him.  :P  Basically Daniel is the guy I go to for schooling me on some of those touchy areas of WinForms (ugh), threading and the occasional … Continue reading 

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My First Interview (that I have given)

Today I was asked to give a technical interview to a candidate which is kind of a new thing for me.  He had already been screened on the “what’s an abstract class and how do you do <insert something here /> … Continue reading 

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Ruby, so easy a wife can do it

I just have to share this.  So my wife asks me why I’m learning this new thing called Ruby.  She’s usually not interested in the specifics of the programming languages I use.  (A few years ago, she asked me, “what’s … Continue reading 

Also posted in Design Patterns, DRY, Moq, Testing | 10 Comments

Courage-Driven Blogging

When wisdom enters your heart, And knowledge is pleasant to your soul, Discretion will preserve you; Understanding will keep you, — Proverbs 2:10-11 One of the reasons I blog and specifically, post code to my blog, is that I really … Continue reading 

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The importance of tools to a software craftsman

And I have filled him with the spirit of God, in wisdom, and in understanding, and in knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship — Exodus 31:3 Folks often wonder why I carry my keyboard around with me everywhere there … Continue reading 

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