Tar stuffs

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Code review best practices

Recently came across this blog post: http://kevinlondon.com/2015/05/05/code-review-best-practices.html Loved it. Big fan of code reviews, and this is an article that illuminates most of my thought process going through one. What I don’t agree with: Code duplication: A lot of times we won’t know whether the code we are writing now should be shared. Maybe it’s […]

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How to create a Ruby DateTime in a specific time zone for a Rails app?

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I forgot my mouse at work

I love my mouse. Unlike other self-respecting hackers, I use mine a lot. My first computer ran Windows and I also used to game, so that’s a given. It’s a Logitech G500. I’ve used Logitech since forever and couldn’t see myself using a different brand. But today, I forgot it at work. The mini-panic set in […]

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Wow, regarding the mess surrounding Skype and Silver Lake

Regarding the crap that’s going on: http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2011/06/24/upgrading-skype-and-silver-lake-to-evil/ http://framethink.wordpress.com/2011/06/24/how-employees-get-screwed-in-private-equity-deals/ What’s the point of a “cliff” and “vested” shares when those shares just get bought back at the original price eventually? Talk about biting the hands that feed you. And I used to dearly love Skype, one of my favorite piece of software. Whoever at Silver Lake […]

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Munchery is my first company

This is going to be some ramblings from me. I write because it helps me think. You probably won’t find this useful. Anyway… ———– Before your first company, you owned no company. You had no real control. You could not do anything you want. The world was not your oyster. But like your first love, […]

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