Paul and I wrapped up a little project on my motorcycle recently. We added an auxiliary battery and some safety lights.
The project writeup is here: BMW 1200GS Auxiliary Battery and Lighting.
Calling a developer a coder is like a tourist calling San Francisco Frisco.
It’s one sure way to tell they’re a tourist.
Mike Lacher’s Client Feedback on the Creation of Earth is the client feedback email to rule them all.
Dylan Wilbanks on Why He Drinks Rye (and how it relates to UX):
The difference between whiskey and rye is like the difference between consumer design and enterprise design. Whiskey is for the masses; rye is a niche drink. Whiskey seeks to be forgiving to drinkers; rye does not negotiate. Whiskey can be complex; rye doesn’t know any other way.
A lazy day of surfing let me to this post about creating a Job Decision Matrix. It looks like an excellent tool for helping one figure out what sort of position might might best suit them at the present time. I found this article via On finding the right job. There, Dylan talks about his somewhat non-traditional job search and how he uses the Job Decision Matrix to guide those conversations. Also a worthwhile read.