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- RT @AnnieLowrey: A thread on what lifetime caps do, to whom, and why this debate is about humanity more than it is about insurance: https:/… 8 hours ago
- RT @RTFMCelia: @yorchopolis I can't imagine doing my PhD without @Sci_Hub :(. Thanks Alexandra Elbakyan! 10 hours ago
- I love sci-hub, and Alexandra Elbakyan is a hero of mine. Elsevier is a parasite. arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20… 19 hours ago
- RT @ProfJeffJarviss: In fact, if I had to pick one root cause of the Rise of Trump, I'd point to the closure of Google Reader. 21 hours ago
- RT @gvwilson: This Is Your Brain on Code: blog.rangle.io/this-is-your-b… 1 day ago
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My time at the University of Victoria will be over in a few months, so I’m beginning to look for a job. More details here.
I’ve been away from my blog for a long time so I thought an update was in order. In the last few days I presented a poster at the Consortium of Software Engineering Researchers, in Montreal, which I think was … Continue reading
I’ve been playing with Library Thing lately, and I’m loving it. It’s a flexible, non-intrusive, well done book cataloging and reviewing website. The service is both free (up to 200 books) and ad-free. One of my favourite features is exploring … Continue reading
10 years ago today my mother died unexpectedly and prematurely. She was wise, happy, and selfless. I still miss her deeply.
At the first keynote of the International Conference on Software Engineering today, Brian Randell reminisced about the 1968 and 1969 NATO conferences that complained about a software crisis and launched the “Software Engineering” term that we have been suffering since. … Continue reading