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  • Amazon, Development

    Building Feedback Devices for your Software Development Process

    05.23.09 | Permalink | 3 Comments

    If you’ve heard of Ambient Orbs or tying Lava Lamps to your automated builds and think they’re awesome, then skip the next paragraph. Personally, these devices are important as they do provide a fun way to communicate the state of a project or problem. While something more conventional- say a status posted to a web […]

  • Amazon, Seattling

    Stephon Marbury

    02.11.09 | Permalink | Comment?

    New York Knickerbocker Stephon Marbury came to my work as part of the Fishbowl series at Amazon to talk about Starbury, Marbury’s company, using Amazon Webstore. This is my first attempt at live blogging, and it really didn’t go as well as I had hoped it would, but the hour was entertaining… 2:00 pm I’m […]

  • Amazon, Rants, Seattling

    Lazy Sunday

    12.21.08 | Permalink | Comment?

    While I have no intention of matching the popular and celebrated digital short, the title did feel appropraite due to this in fact being a lazy Sunday, along with the fact that I watched the latest Narnia movie last night. Things that have since come to my attention: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe […]

  • Amazon, Mind Reenactments, The more you know...

    Snow Day 2

    12.19.08 | Permalink | Comment?

    I’m a big fan of days when you’re asked to work from home, although these ‘severe weather conditions’ don’t necessarily afford me the ability to go out and play. I was paged this morning, so I’m up extra early, and, while I’m waiting for a deployment to finish, I thought I’d do some blog work. […]

  • Amazon, Seattling

    Snow Day

    12.18.08 | Permalink | Comment?

    So, although yesterday was supposed to be the big storm day, and turned out relatively mild (all Seattle schools were closed as well :-/), I woke up to 3-5 inches of snow today. Now, while I know this isn’t much, its basically slowed all movement on Seattle’s streets and left most stranded at home. Not […]

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