From Shaun Kester A SQL Statement walks into a bar. He approaches two tables and says, “Mind if I join you?” Thanks Shaun!
A fish is swimming really fast and whacks right into a concrete wall! Dam. Note: All puns found using the Google.
A vulture boards an airplane, carrying two dead raccoons. The stewardess looks at him and says, “I’m sorry, sir, only one carrion allowed per passenger.” Note: All puns found through the Google.
The kids really like Spongebob Squarepants. I find it pretty funny and I tolerate it. It’s something “we both like”. However, in general, we watch and don’t make any sounds. The kids love Tom & … Continue reading Tom & Jerry
When I was a kid, I broke my ankle pretty badly. Ruined my tennis career (well, maybe). I was in crutches for months. As an adult, my ankle remained weak to the point where I … Continue reading Re-living trauma
My netbook broke last week. The video became garbled and would not display. This happens to LCD screens if they are stepped on or dropped or other traumatic event. Sometimes it just happens. So my … Continue reading Amazon Customer Experience
It seems like Outlook 2003/2007 is doing something different than I expected. I thought that by changing these settings, that I would be viewing the plain text version of the email I sent. This is … Continue reading Plain Text in Outlook 2003/2007
I was thinking about a book I read 5 years ago called The Goal. Basically, it states that you should focus on the worst, slowest, most painful part of your process and improve that. Additionally, … Continue reading Goals
The video might take a little while, so here are my slides via Slide Rocket. Some bugs again uploading it, so my fonts are busted. Sorry. Generally, this is my summary of the conference: The … Continue reading ExtJS 2009 – Summary
My presentation is today. I feel like I have slightly too many slides for the amount of time allotted. Probably, a few of the principles will need to only get a passing glance. Like Balance: … Continue reading ExtJS Conference 2009 – Day 2