“The hardest riddle available on the internet”
Well I am beginning to believe it. I found this earlier to day and started going at it. Every time I go away, I think of something else to try and it sucks me back in. I love this stuff. Drives me crazy, but in a good way. Cause I know the solution is right there in front of me. The site says only 0.001% have been certified for finishing the game. I want to be in that 0.001%.
I so want one of these with my name on it. Stupid need for sleep…
Friday, May 18, 2007
Wednesday, May 9, 2007
I wanna get away. Away from Troy. I think maybe go visit my friends in Australia. They’ve been saying I should come. I just need to go somewhere. I’m gonna go out on a limb and say Troy is not where I’m meant to be. Hopefully there is something a little bigger out there. Or at least in a better location.
Friday, May 4, 2007
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
Love this programming language cycle from Megginson Technologies:
Elite (guru) developers notice too many riff-raff using their current programming language, and start looking for something that will distinguish them better from their mediocre colleagues.
Elite developers take their shopping list of current annoyances and look for a new, little-known language that apparently has fewer of them.
Elite developers start to drive the development of the new language, contributing code, writing libraries, etc., then evangelize the new language.
Sub-elite (senior) developers follow the elite developers to the new language, creating a market for books, training, etc., and also accelerating the development and testing of the language.
Sub-elite developers, who have huge influence (elite developers tend to work in isolation on research projects rather than on production development teams), begin pushing for the new language in the workplace.
The huge mass of regular developers realize that they have to start buying books and taking courses to learn a new language.
Elite developers notice too many riff-raff using their current programming language, and start looking for something that will distinguish them better from their mediocre colleagues.
Posted by codewtrN8 at 10:02 AM