Thankfully, I won’t need to see this for much longer:
Whenever pair-programming with one of my co-workers, we see this one very often. I am sure their apology is sincere. My favorite part is the “No information has been lost” – when in fact we have seen plenty of instances where there WAS information lost when he couldn’t hit the CTRL-S keys quickly enough. There have been many other strange observations during my recent adventures with the .NET platform.
Soon I will be starting at a new gig where I’ll be using old familiar friends (and some new ones) like:
- Linux (no more Windows!)
- JBoss related projects such as:
- GWT and GWT-Ext and Ext GWT
- Subversion or maybe I’ll use Git instead
- plus anything else I need to get the job done, which is very likely to include:
- C++ – done properly or not at all
- Ruby and/or JRuby
- Ant, Maven, buildr as needed to automate and simplify the build/test/deploy processes.
- among others
Of course, this means I’ll probably start writing about the new set of challenges and problems instead of these old ones