I'm not sure how everyone else uses git, but at work we use it in a more
centralized manner, just like the subversion I migrated us from some
time ago. That means that for our changes we create a branch off of the
master branch, known as a "feature ...
Recently at $DAYJOB I've been lucky enough to start playing with
Riak for a couple of projects that I thought
it would be great for. So far I've been extremely impressed with Riak's
speed, configurability, and overall ease of use, and I look forward to
using it ...
About two and a half weeks ago I disabled Google Analytics for my site.
Today I have installed and configured Piwik. Since
there is very little traffic to the site in general these days and this
is my fault for not posting anything, I'm hoping this little post might ...
First off, I just wanted to say that I hope everyone had a relaxing and
enjoyable holiday season and that you enjoyed your New Year's
celebration. Whatever you did that day or night, don't name it after me.
I'm not dead yet! I've just been insanely busy the last month or two
with changing jobs and preparing my first programming presentation for
BayPiggies and Silicon Valley Code
Camp (which is a post for the
near future). Both of these have kept me away from my blog ...
I just finished reading the book Coders at
Work by Peter
Seibel. This wonderful book is
filled with interviews with prominent programmers: Joe Armstrong, Simon
Peyton Jones, Donald Knuth, among others. My review isn't going to be
the standard book review. Instead I'm going to talk about some ...