April, 2014

  1. Shuttered

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  2. The NOLA Crew

    Me, Devin, Joe, Corey and Steve

    This has been a very good weekend. This post is part of the thread: 2014 Walkabout – an ongoing story on this site. View the thread timeline for more context on this post.

  3. Battle House

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  4. New Orleans

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  5. Tracks

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  6. Magnolia Grove

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  7. The Judge, 16th Hole

    I think this is the hardest golf course I’ve ever played. I lost 6 balls, 3 of them hitting it where I thought I should. 3 of the 4 par threes looked just about like this. Each was a 180-ish yard carry over water to a green with water over the back. This post is…

  8. Ross Bridge

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  9. Write Code Every Day →

    This starts next week for me (after vacation). I needed this as a kick in the patoot; I’m not making progress at the speed I want to on my current project and a big part of that is context switching costs for days when I don’t get to code. We’ll see how I do.

  10. Executive Retreats →

    My retreat a few years back with Dan and Scott was awesome. I can see how doing it with just your own team would also be awesome; in a different way. There are definitely some ideas that require distance to soak in them properly.

  11. Heartbleed and Pinboard →

    In layman’s terms, the bug was the equivalent of asking a stranger “hey, what’s up?” and having them tell you their most private thoughts, going on about their divorce, sharing their credit card info, whatever was on their mind at the time. You could keep asking “what’s up” as often as you wanted, and hear new things each time. Worst of all, the stranger would have no recollection that it had happened.