Fractally broken a definition.»
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The phone rings. His eyes dart open and he grasps for the phone. Finding it on the bedside cabinet he answers the call.
“Hello?” he says.
“We are at the train station. Where are you?” Is the cold reply.
With growing dread, he glances at the clock. 11 am. He should have been on that train hours ago.
When you tell people that you don’t have a smart phone, you can see the cogs start to spin. Maybe he has broken or lost it they think.»
Have you got a dose of the blues? The blues come and go, and this list is the first port of call to make sure you have the basics covered.»
I have created a simple habit tracker using Google Sheets which you can find here.»
I recently read a book about extreme production and many aspects resonated with me. My one question to the author (Craig Burgess) is how do you stick to your goals when life gets in the way.»
We can recognize software scope creep, but do we notice the slow creep of extra process on our workflow?»
Liberating structures promise to unleash innovation, creativity and great ideas. Here I capture my thoughts and feelings, from my experiences with liberating microstructures.»
Releasing software often has costs which can hinder your ability to release frequently.»
I needed to implement a Spring Kafka listener with authentication using SCRAM via SASL. I couldn’t find an example configuration and had to piece it together, here is a short post about what I came up with.»
This aims to explain what EBCDIC is and give an overview how to use it. If you want to read about its history, have a look at the wiki page (also take a look at the joke section). Also includes the command to do EBCDIC Cobol to ASCII conversions.»
This page offers a download to a Max OS X version of the Dvorak keyboard layout with UK punctuation.»
This prompted me to make this blog. As I didn’t really think the current place for the dvorak keyboard was the right place.»