Daylight savings time (October 30, 2005, 0) - So… hmm… I’ll be thirteen hours away from home, right?
“It’s Sunday, October 30th … Do you know what time it is?”
This is just a quick note to remind you that Canada returns to “Standard Time”
on the last Sunday of October each year. So at 2:00am on Sunday, October 30th
(last night), we re-set our clocks
More cramming (October 16, 2006, 0) - I realized that I’d forgotten Alvin’s poster in the lab, so I trekked
back there to pick it up. The walk wasn’t a total waste, though. I
breezed through some 400 blog posts (out of 1200 or so) from IBM’s
blogs in October.
More cramming to follow. I need to work on my KMD2004 requirements.
Then I need to work
Cucumber, Capybara, and the joys of integration testing in Rails (May 3, 2011, 1) - Development is so much more fun with test cases. They give you a big target to aim for, and it feels fantastic when you write the code to make them pass. Tests also avoid or shorten those late-night “oh no! I broke something!” sessions, because you can backtrack to versions that pass the tests. (You
Sundays (October 22, 2006, 0) - <laugh> Okay, this not-working-on-Sunday thing is driving me
nuts. I can’t just sit around and do nothing all day; I have to be
doing something! <impish grin> Maybe I should set aside Sunday
evening for catching up with people, and Sunday (day) for a Hack Day
or some other form of stretching myself. Mama’s right – sleeping until
Oooh, look, someone spoofing Eric (October 9, 2003, 0) -
Name: eirc vidal
thats not my birthday stupid
Eric’s listed as October 12 here. I don’t think Eric would ever
misspell his name – OC guy that he is ;) – or type in all small caps
_without_ punctuation, or call me stupid… ;)