Beemer (dr_tectonic) wrote,
Beemer
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Spent all day today (between dropping off and picking up my car for maintenance, which required me to get up far too early) at a seminar about software engineering at our institution.

I enjoyed it, possibly more than I expected to. What I took away from it is that I'm doing pretty well with my development process, given that I'm operating as a team of one. The points people brought up were things that I had identified as important, and nothing really leapt out at me as a revelation.

Mostly, I think, it was just kinda fun to hang out with people that were all on generally the same wavelength.

Star Wars this evening; we surprised Jeff by deciding not to fly the skiff over the mountains, or follow the droids on foot through the mine tunnel, but to follow the droids through the tunnel in the skiff. (Yay for 6-meter wide borer tunnels.)
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