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Author Archives: Jonathan Locke
We now know what’s been wrong with me the past 10 years and worse in the past 5 years and just about unbearable in the past 2 years. I have Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker’s Biotoxin Illness. No question about it. Unfortunately, … Continue reading
What is the coolest startup out there? The most interesting company with the best mission?
Check it out! And vote for it if you like it. With some luck maybe Quirky will pick my invention and we can all have ouchless pushpins in the future! http://www.quirky.com/ideations/499087
“Fado” on Google Code Jason stopped by this afternoon and we chatted about his open source project, “Fado.” It takes SQL as input and generates all the prepared statement and result set accessor classes that you might write by hand. … Continue reading
I’ve created a series of very short screencasts that illustrate how I think about refactoring a very basic code example. If people find this interesting, I could create some more screen casts where I refactor other pieces of code.
Should it be saved? I recently got an object lesson (pun intended) in when to start over on something. When a deadline rears its ugly head, that’s usually the best time in the project to “slow down to hurry up.” … Continue reading
Since Steve Jobs recently trashed my iWeb site from beyond the grave, I have been forced to migrate at least the bones of my old site to WordPress. Let’s hope my new WordPress overlords are kinder.