Today I presented in the Salt Lake Linux User Group meeting. The topic was "Hands on Intro - Git". It went well and I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. I choked twice once while trying to explain how to git apply patches that you receive via email, but then recovered from it with some help from the audience. But the second time I choked while trying to explain how to pull from multiple remote repositories, I couldn't recover from that. I do that so rarely it never occurred to me. Oh well, the first time is the hardest.
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
There is an interesting thread on reddit titled: "When did you realize that you were an adult". I still feel that I haven't quite reached that realization yet. I've come close though.
Sir, Can I shake your hand?
Honey, do you realize you are all over the place? I have no idea why you are telling me this.
I hate them with a passion. When I see people sitting there trying to formulate sentences for no apparent reason but just to fill the void of silence, it just boils my blood.
how Larry Ellison actually got efficiencies from teams. If a team wasn’t productive, he’d come every couple of weeks and say “let me help you out.” What did he do? He took away another person until the team started shipping and stopped having unproductive meetings.
Yosh and I have been planning to do a BSG (Battlestart Gallactica) marathon for a while now. Finally we broke down and decided instead of doing a marathon, we'll just one episode at a time with our dinner. Here's to the beginning.