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December 2006

You want a release? Well here’s your #@($! release!

12/20/2006

I’d just like to state for the record that the 1.5.0.9/2.0.0.1 release was quite possibly the suckiest release I’ve ever worked on. And if any of you remember the sleeping-in-the-office-for-a-week-1.5.0.2 release, that’s saying a lot. It’s also saying a lot because the entire release went relatively smoothly1 until… well… today, when everything promptly started sucking. Read More

AfterBurner

12/11/2006

The New York Times Sunday Magazine had an interesting article last week on some new research and a book about burnout. (For those into the Podcast-o-sphere, NPR covered this as well.) It mostly focuses on data from Wall Street brokers, a cutthroat existence to be sure, but it also has interesting perspectives from social workers Read More

Uno.

12/08/2006

I noticed yesterday that it’s been one year this week since I started working at MoCo. For some reason, it feels like I’ve been here longer. Much longer. Maybe it’s partially due to the fact that joining MoCo was actually a return to the project for me. I interned on Netscape’s Build Team a few Read More

Tids and Bits

12/02/2006

Finished up some fixes to my NOAA Metar Microsummary tonight, including: Fixing the wind parsing code to handle AUTOmated and CORRected METAR reports Munging the visibility parser to handle fractional visiblities (i.e. “1/2SM”) correctly Parsing (and removing) variable wind direction reports (i.e. “12315KT 300V340 4SM”) Reformatting the reporting of visibility to be “vN” over “NSM”, Read More