Ah coffee, the rocket fuel of society. It gets you from point A to point B but the question is really whether you want regular or premiummmmmmm!
I myself turned to coffee out of necessity; I had to finish an assignment at all costs and simply not adequately alert to perform mental juggling.… Read the rest
I’m not saying to reinvent the wheel, but don’t use wheels when a boat is more appropriate.Jonathan Weatherhead… Read the rest
I often entertain ideas, but then some days they entertain me.Jonathan Weatherhead… Read the rest
Zenith Overlord - Myth & Magic 2010 - Tudor Mint
Black Friday sales – ooo shiny things! So I may not be resistant to mass-marketed consumer events, but I think that I made out like bandit. Lets see how I did.
First up, some books to expand my knowledge: Ruby On Rails Tutorial [2nd edition], and HTML5 Applications.… Read the rest
This has been circulating the internet and I’d like to share.
A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him. When the class began, he wordlessly picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with golf balls.… Read the rest
Touched a MS Surface!!
Satirical opening keynote – Why PHP could be the most important programming language in the world (@raganwald)
PHP gets things done!
PHP is the best
PHP is the worst
Innovation is like a lottery ticket
Important to note, quick gratification encourages curious minds
Avoiding the OWASP Top 10 security exploits (@mark_story)
Sanitize your inputs
Don’t filter, escape!… Read the rest
Well True North PHP is going on this weekend and I’m totally stoked. I’ve been a PHP enthusiast for a while and always a bit envious of all the wonderful sounding PHP conferences around the word that are a bit far for my reach.… Read the rest
So I spent the afternoon of this glorious summer day outside in my backyard, relaxing on a towel beneath the blue skies, basking in the sun, exercising, tanning. Birds chirping, bugs buzzing, a gentle breeze wafting the trees – Life is good, yeah.… Read the rest
This gem of wisdom my aunt forwarded to me, and as the CCSS hosted a coffee social today, I found it quite suiting. I would like to help share it with the world.
A group of alumni, highly established in their careers, got together to visit their old university professor.… Read the rest
Robotics. I could stop here… This is an account of last week’s highlights (Monday 19th) I know I’m over a week late, but I’ve been sooo busy – I could write 3 more blog entries this size about the last week.… Read the rest
My high school physics teacher passed away last week at 34 years of age. Tell me how this is fair in any way? How can such a wonderful and caring person be gone so suddenly? Gone, but not lost to the world; she will live on in mine, her family’s, and so many of her students’ hearts.… Read the rest