Upgrade or add a monitor; do this today. Then thank me later.
Digital cameras continue to evolve very rapidly. (VERY). Back in April, I passed on a link about a high-speed digital camera, reviewed by David Pogue of the New York Times. Since then, the field has evolved to the point of having a DSLR that is capable of shooting movies. (And thanks again to Chris Schmitt … Continue reading The ongoing evolution of technology…Cameras
Scaling a prototype Ruby on Rails application allows LinkedIn to concept-test a mobile application, AND get free marketing at the same time on Facebook. Brilliant.
Use SubVersion to tame the pile of drafts for writing, software development, and your other creative tasks. It has the added benefit of giving you easy backups, and allowing you to work from any machine that can ‘see’ your repository. Easy, fun, free!
Make your passwords more secure, PLEASE.
Reading outside of your area, in a ‘boxed’ amount of time, adds a great deal of value to your mental life.
Being on vacation, I’m taking it easy on the business and software development management topics for a bit. A friend of mine sent me this link, on another video of a source of inspiration. It’s worth your time. It’s a real-life example of an answer to the question: if you were to give the last … Continue reading Sources of inspiration, part 2: Dr. Randy Pausch and the Last Lecture