Broadband Mechanics is hiring (October 11, 2005, 0) - Broadband Mechanics is hiring. They’re looking for
blogging-related hacking – RSS/syndication, blogging APIs, XML-RPC, REST, and all that sort of stuff.
You can work from anywhere in the world.
These people are cool. I met one of them—Phillip Pearson—at a
programming competition when I was in high school. He has good karma.
Wouldn’t mind working with BBM, but I should
From the feeds: Development, food, connecting with people, e-books, finance (November 22, 2011, 0) - Drupal / Rails development: John (from john & cailin) posted good interview tips for hiring Drupal developers. A comment in the blog post led to this funny learning curve graph, which reminds me of the Emacs learning curve. There are similar hiring tips for Rails developers.
I like the work I’m doing at
Addicted to blogging? (April 25, 2008, 0) - A post by Edward Mahoney led me to a post by Gia Lyons where she had shared the results of one of those Net quizzes. Here’s my result:
84%How Addicted to Blogging Are You?
Here are my answers:
Where is your blog located? My own domain (for example: www.matts-awesome-blog.com)
How often do you update your blog? Several
Social software (September 8, 2005, 0) - Ethan Zuckerman writes about how a large volunteer effort was quickly mobilized on the Net. The software support was crude: wikis, databases, data chunks for manual entry by a massively parallel array of humans. The end result: fantastic. Read it and start thinking about ways to make things better.
Ethan also points out the power of
Tsokolate eh! (February 13, 2006, 0) - (Heh, whoops, forgot to post this.)
It must be a sign. Look! A recipe for tsokolate eh, that sinfully rich
hot chocolate I really, really love – and it was posted on my
_birthday_ last year! Check out
Dessert Comes First: Tsokolate Eh! and the rest of that blog.
So I bought a pair of espresso cups from Ikea yesterday…