This video makes me think about how all quality assurance engineers must learn about the Therac-25.
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Just wrapping up Neil Peart’s Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road. It is quite a read, and not really a motorcycling book, so much as one about being human. For the author to share his journey, well, it is very generous of him.
What seems to be universally fun is spending time with people who are sharing their passion. Teachers do this, so do really good presenters, friends, and leaders. It is the experience of people sharing with you the song that their heart sings.
Computing is very poorly understood. Case in point here is the litmus test I would argue to you that: In North America you can pull any 18 year old randomly off the street and ask them to do something and it would go like this: 1. Can you build a basic bridge between a 3ft […]
Four trips. In my life I’ve been lucky enough to have four great trips. Three around the U.S.A. and one around all of Europe. At the time I thought the whole point was to see things. Well, you see things, and maybe you feel good about them, too. What you remember though are the people. […]