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TechCrunch Party at Seattle’s ConWorks

06.01.2006 · Posted in Computers & Technology

SEATTLE — Last evening’s TechCrunch Web 2.0 “high-tech” happy hour at Consolidated Works in Seattle drew a mix of industry insiders, venture capitalists, technology geeks, and aspiring entrepreneurs, as well as the media and recruiters who tend to swarm them. Chris Pirillo was there, as was John Cook, along with about 300 others (Flickr photos). ...

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AR System 7.0 Released by July 2006?

02.17.2006 · Posted in BMC Remedy, Computers & Technology

KIRKLAND, WA — At the latest incarnation of the local Northwest Remedy User’s Group (RUG) held at the BMC Software offices today in Kirkland, WA, BMC announced that it expects to release ITSM 7.0 in the second quarter of this year. A number of ITSM 7.0 applications exhibit features only available in AR System 7.0 ...

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An Adaptive Path Kind of Day

02.15.2006 · Posted in Computers & Technology

SEATTLE — The day started out like any other. No, really, it did. The first thing that happened was I fired up the iPod on my way to the bus stop. I subscribe to a number of podcasts that get downloaded every night so each morning is kinda a surprise – I don’t know what ...

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Hurricane Rita: Pilots fly 9 of 40 vintage aircraft out of Galveston

SEATTLE – More stuff from the Houston Chronicle Sept. 21, 2005, 6:09PM Pilots fly 9 of 40 vintage aircraft out of Galveston By HARVEY RICE Copyright 2005 Houston Chronicle GALVESTON Volunteer pilots from around Texas flew nine vintage aircraft out of harm’s way today, but 31 other planes had to be left at the ...

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RUG 2005

07.15.2005 · Posted in Computers & Technology

SEATTLE – Here’s a couple of articles I wrote a few weeks ago while attending the 2005 BMC Remedy User’s Group (RUG). Overall, it was a good event, although now that Remedy is part of BMC, things are changing… 7/13/05: SAN JOSE – Tom Bishop has done a lot of thinking and, despite what Nick ...

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Fedora Core – The Fun Begins

05.22.2005 · Posted in Computers & Technology

22 May 2005 SEATTLE – Things were kinda slow around here on Saturday morning so I decided to inflict some well-deserved pain upon myself by attempting a new Linux install. I had an old mini-tower case that used to run RedHat 7.2 before the primary drive crashed. Between it, and my wife’s old desktop box ...

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When is Software Design Complete (Enough)?

05.17.2005 · Posted in Computers & Technology

17 May 2005 SEATTLE – In this age of agile software development, it’s too easy to rush through design, and begin coding too soon. In addition to the obvious problems (missed requirements, etc), this can also have devestating effects on the development team when they start seeing that development has built something completely different than ...

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