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My wife and I have been working on a new project for the last year called Machines for Freedom. Our goal is to create a cycling brand for women to provide the best technical apparel on the market for women. … Continue reading
While at QCon I took a great class from the fellows at ThoughtWorks on Continuous Deployments. The single most important thing I learned from the class was that if something is painful, do it a lot! Having just sat through … Continue reading
After about two years of development we have actually pulled off something that is usually considered a terrible idea that will lead to utter disaster…We have rewritten our entire technology stack and redesigned our website in one shot. We have … Continue reading
Lesson 1 – Run your services as a remote service from the service client. The biggest thing I learned was that it seems everyone has pulled their service implementations out of their applications and into separate proceses. We have, traditionally, … Continue reading
I just got back from the 2010 QCon SF conference. It was a very exciting week filled with great and some not so great talks. As usually happens after a conference, I am filled with new ideas and excited about … Continue reading
We just posted a short video describing coherence that was shot a while back for our technology teams.