Posted on September 21, 2015 by

Yes, it needs tests

Don’t spend a lot of time on this, because it isn’t a full blown feature. It’s just one little thing the client needs. Don’t go overboard, just quick and simple. You can’t control how other people think. You can only control you. The client and sales have already had the meeting. They’ve already convinced themselves Read More

Posted on March 30, 2015 by

SQLAlchemy and Memory

I started havingĀ segfaults in my celery processes. These were incredibly difficult to debug because they didn’t always happen, and never happened in development. Fortunately they were happening in certain placesĀ and I was able to guess where the problem was. However, I didn’t understand just how severe the problem was. I use SQLAlchemy in my Flask Read More

Posted on March 23, 2015 by

Time Management

I spend roughly an hour every Sunday making tortillas. This allows me to save upwards of $5 every week. Given my hourly bill rate, this is really stupid. I should just buy the tortillas. OR Spend the hour each week making tortillas. Stop spending the 3 other hours each week Googling tortilla recipes.

Posted on February 6, 2015 by

Silent Win

Well it’s been six days since I’ve decided to post something everyday and haven’t I posted anything on any days. Some might see this as a total failure. But I’m deciding I’ve actually succeeded. The real goal, of course, is to practice writing down thoughts in a logical order that can be understood by others. Read More

Posted on January 31, 2015 by

More Writing

I think it’s about time to start this “post a day” idea. Fred Wilson does it. This guy seems pretty consistent about it. More importantly, I’m starting to send long emails which are simply not being read. I need another outlet to vent. Or people are going to stop talking to me altogether just to Read More

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