Monthly Archives: October 2007

Wii Fit says I’m 29

…and they’re right.  I am 29 years old.  I’ve been getting back into playing the Wii Sports package that came with our Wii.  This free title contains five interactive sports games, each of which use the special Wiimote as their main mechanic: Tennis, … Continue reading

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Backwards Bowling

It never ceases to amaze me just what people can learn in their spare time! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64vbnwtL7I8

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Mostly Agile

Does this ever happen to you?  Friday night I was engrossed in my project.  I was coming off the back of a sixty hour week in which we’d crushed a multitude of bugs, increased test coverage, and performed some great refactoring on … Continue reading

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Really Great Weekend

Although its a little out of date, I just wanted to share that Meaghan and I had a great weekend a couple of weeks ago and I’ve been riding high ever since.  I share this thought because I think its great … Continue reading

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Quarks and Star Trek: The Experience

After nine hours of pre-conference workshops, Laura and I were both hungry and ready for some much needed time to unwind.  What better place to go than Quark’s Restaurant and Bar?!  For any trekkie this is a super-treat.  The menu is trekkie themed … Continue reading

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VSLive! Day One – Architecting ASP.NET Applications Part 2 – Custom Providers

Custom Providers The second part of the discussion is opening with a discussion of custom provider development.  This is of great interest to me as my recent work with the Model View Presenter pattern has caused me to research and implement … Continue reading

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VSLive! Day One – Architecting ASP.NET Applications Part 1

Getting Situated For the preconference, I decided to attend Paul Sherrif’s talk on Architecting ASP.NET Applications.  Fortunately, I was able to get to the room about an hour early and find one of the few seats situated close to a power … Continue reading

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Japanese Gardens

Meaghan and I paid a visit to a great Portland attraction this weekend; the Japanese Garden.  This is one of my favorite locations to visit in Portland and I consider late September to be the best time for a visit.  We were … Continue reading

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