Daily Archives: October 12, 2011

PASS Summit – Day 1 Keynote

How can you miss the audience so badly? I can completely understand me making a mistake. It’s just me, I  am distracted by other work, I get little feedback from people whose opinions I ask, and I’m just one person. … Continue reading

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Practicing for DR

One of the sayings that I’ve heard a few times from professional atheletics is this: “Amateurs practice until they get it right. Professionals practice until they don’t get it wrong.” Most of us working in technology would like to think … Continue reading

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SQL Run was awesome

When Jes Borland suggested we do a group SQL Run in Seattle, I was thinking that we’d have a few people. Allen White and I run together when we’re in the same town, and with all the people that ran … Continue reading

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The Countdown

This is going to be so cool. I heard about this over the summer, and it’s quite possible that my jaw literally dropped when I was told. It was stunning, surprising, something that I never expected. Especially with the short … Continue reading

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