SoCal Code Camp, San Diego

I will be giving not one, not two, but three talks at SoCal Code Camp, San Diego. The event will be held on the beautiful campus of UCSD, the weekend of June 23rd and 24th. Woody has promised to bring the Rock and Roll back to code camp, so this is not an event to […]

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WebStorm 4.0 Review

I first got hip to the guys at a JetBrains a few years back while trying to find a nasty memory leak in a Windows app. I was using a free tool from Microsoft that was not helping me find the issue. I was contemplating writing my own tool, when a fellow team member suggested […]

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South Bay Mobile User Group

Just came back from a meeting of the South Bay Mobile User Group. Developer Chris Scripca gave a presentation on Android development. Plus he added the extra twist of what it is like creating titles as indie developer. It was an excellent presentation. Thanks Chris! I gave a quick talk on our upcoming jQuery Mobile […]

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Typemock Isolator

I love winning prizes. At my local developer group, SoCal .NET, I won Typemock Isolator in a raffle drawing. Like most developers, I know that unit testing is good thing to do, and like everyone else, I am normally too lazy to do it consistently. I am determined to change that. IMHO: The benefits of […]

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Jack Tramiel, R.I.P.

In the 10th grade I saw my first personal computer, the Commodore PET. By today’s standards it wasn’t much to look at. It was an all in one unit, with the keyboard, a tiny green screen, and a cassette tape for storage, all together. But in 1978, it was an amazing gift from the future. […]

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