Beemer (dr_tectonic) wrote,

Wait -- it actually *works*?!

A few years ago, before I got my current job, I had a consulting gig updating the UI on a program that does climate change scenarios.

Today, I got to watch a hands-on tutorial on the program for a workshop on climate and health that's going on at work. And I realized that, given the technological limitations I was working with, I would probably still organize the controls in the same way, and that the new control scheme I came up with hardly sucks at all.

Which is pretty gratifying.
Tags: programming, work

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