acp bugs (November 4, 2001, 0) - Gosh, today is stressful. I thought I’d finished all the bugs already, but of course there’s always one more bug – probably caused by my, ahem, editing earlier. Lemme see if I can convince mom to let me go back early. I am such an idiot!
Just remember, Sacha. Even big, well-known companies like
Weekly review: Week ending January 27, 2012 (January 29, 2012, 0) - I talked to my second-line manager (the manager of my manager) this week. It looks like all systems are go. Heading into my last three weeks at IBM! By golly.
This weekend was a busy one. I did a cooking sprint: beef stew, a stirfry with beef and cabbage, lots of cookies, two loaves
Transcript: Blogging (Part 6): Looking back (October 6, 2011, 2) - Hat-tip to Holly Tse for organizing this interview!
Holly Tse: So, I have to ask you then… When you started blogging, or even today, do you ever sometimes read your posts and go, “Man, I’m boring, and oops, I think my grammar’s funny”?
Sacha Chua: Occasionally, I let embarrassing typos slip through. A lot of the times,
Holding my (quality assurance) horses (June 24, 2008, 1) - Okay, I really shouldn’t be making changes to a live system, even if we’re doing the quality assurance testing and there are lots of bugs I’m just itching to mark “closed”. =) It just becomes too much of a headache, trying to fix all the new bugs introduced by the fixes for the old ones…
If you throw enough pots (December 30, 2007, 2) - 2It’s important to make room in your life for randomness. New ideas come from serendipitous juxtapositions. That’s why I have a Random Posts widget which picks some posts out of more than 4500 posts that I’ve written in the past five years. It gives me a reason to keep coming back to my own blog.