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The sleeper must awaken... and code some. > Yesterday sucked

Posted 24 June 2009

Went to do the driving license test, failed without even sitting on the driver's seat because one emergency triangle was seemingly missing (it wasn't, we just didn't look hard), and then a series of events unfolded that ended with my cell phone being stolen, long story sort, I was scammed by some people who claimed they could get me a passing...

The sleeper must awaken... and code some. > Looking for Work

Posted 15 May 2009

So, I find myself looking for work again, and well, I can't help but compare how looking for work online is a lot like meeting women online, something I am very familiar with.

You begin by posting your information in some website, then, of course you don't get any unsolicited offers, or the ones that you do never get past the original...

The sleeper must awaken... and code some. > Can I has PS3?

Posted 01 August 2008

YES! I finally got a PS3, I can't really say what I think of it right now as I got to hook it up at about midnight, and didn't have time to play anything, I just saw the MGS4 intro and then upgraded the firmware, but so far, I remembered why I am a Sony fanboy, and got a geekgasm.

Having to install the game... odd for a console, but the line is beginning...

The sleeper must awaken... and code some. > So far, I love Blender.

Posted 20 September 2007

Ok, so in a nutshell I got pissed off at Softimage for pulling fast ones at indies with their "pay the cost of a PS3 for a version of XSI thats just an advertisement to upgrade to the higher end versions every year" policy, you may remember that, if not, you can read the Journal Archives [smile].

So, anyway I decided to force myself to learn the...

The sleeper must awaken... and code some. > C# Annoyances Issue 1: No Macros

Posted 24 August 2007

C# has no macros, this was made on purpose, however, I found a place where I could really use them.

I am writing a "Settings" class that uses XML Serialization, I need to use System.Drawing.Color variables which apparently do not serialize "out of the box", so a proxy string setter/getter needs to be made, and so the class is written (this is for a...