Dooley, Tara and Enda arrived over 2 weekends ago to see if I was still alive. We had a great weekend, consisting of eating, drinking, golfing, dancing and drinking. Cheers for coming over guys.
Monthly Archives: November 2006
Five Common Myths about Working From Home from Panasonic Youth is a very nice synopsis of some of the comments I get when I tell people I work from home. My mother in law (not officially) thinks I’m “off” when I work from home, It does my head in.
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A few months ago we wrote a mammoth we application which had an SQL Express DB. We used stored procedures, and after writing 170 of them(I didn’t write all of them of course), I was quite used to the way that variables and so on worked in SQL Server. We’ve started a new project where […]
Last weekend I went to see my dad near Galway. This time I didn’t fly with my beloved Ryanair to Shannon but with Aer Arran direct to galway from Manchester. It’s a small ariline with small planes so I was hopeful to have a quick and trouble free trip. I did, apart from a 20 […]
We @ Karova are hiring talented developers. We’re advertising on CWJobs and on the newly created jobs.joelonsoftware.com. C# Software Developer on CWJobs.co.uk Software Developer on jobs.joelonsoftware.com I managed to grab a screenshot of Karova on the front page of the jobs.joelonsoftware.com site.
I was very interested in going to Linux World this year. There were quite a few speakers and presentations I thought would be very interesting. I had hinted to my boss that I wanted to go but as we are currently a microsoft house, it was not really going to happen. I figured I could […]
instLux, installing linux on a machine with no cd or floppy drive I was very bored of my toshiba libretto L5 as WinXP was getting crazy slow on it so I never bothered to use it. I wanted to put Ubuntu on it but the live cd or the install would not recognise the PCMCIA […]
In planning software projects I have found that there is a fine line between planning too much and too little. The worst of course is planning too little where you just start coding like a headless chicken. There’s a nice parable that illustrates this perfectly.