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The Walt Disney World property spreads out over more than 25,000 acres, or more than 40 square miles. That’s a lot of magic!
So I was fooling around the other day in Visual Studio, and I was making events for some of my classes. Specifically, these events were generated when a specific property would change values. I had already implemented the INotifyChanged interface, but I also wanted strongly linked events per property, because we all know as programmers […]
Took a trip to Huber’s Farm in Indiana recently, and grabbed some wonderful pictures. Also, some pictures from around the house.
For those of you who don’t know, I run a site called Mendoa. It doesn’t get much traffic, but it is meant to be a forum where you can argue a topic with clearly delineated pro and con arguments. The fact that Microsoft is screwing up royally lately has been on my mind, and I’ve […]
I took a trip home recently, so I thought I’d share some of the better photos I was able to get while I was there. I’ve also been taking more photos around the house and in town here. You’ll also notice some pictures of my girlfriend’s guinea pigs. They were so cute I had to share them. […]
So if you didn’t know already, the Curiosity, NASA’s awesome new rover, will land (knock on wood) Monday, August 6th at about 1:30 AM. Please, watch the live stream here! I actually took half a day off tomorrow so I can watch it all live. I’m so excited!
I got a camera. I guess that means I’m a photographer now. Here’s what I’ve been cutting my teeth on.
Leo. Come on, man. I just bought my very first DSLR camera not 3 hours ago. I’ve been reading photography blogs and saved for months to buy this entry level camera. And I remember tonight that you, my hero, are into photography and that you host a show about it on your lovely TWiT network. But I try to subscribe tonight, and lo and behold, you’ve canceled it.
You’ve dashed my hopes and dreams, Leo. Dashed, I say, quite expertly.
Bring the show back! Please! ∞
I recently read an article that suggests pointing new programmers to Python and avoiding object oriented programming for as long as possible. While I think I understand the idea of trying to get a newbie’s feet wet and not wanting to scare them off from the big bad beast that programming can be, I think […]