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First HaxeHybrid Retrospective
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First HaxeHybrid Retrospective

06 Aug 2022 By thomas

The Haxe event we put on on Monday was a success! The full stream is viewable on the twitch and individual talks are in a youtube playlist. See below. I managed to convince some interesting people to quickly put together talks on things they were working on. We brought people and ideas together. Haxe is an excellent programming language and the community around it is enthusiastic and full of good ideas and novel technologies.

Announcing HaxeHybrid LAX 2022
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Announcing HaxeHybrid LAX 2022

11 Jul 2022 By thomas

Among the many things I missed during the years of the Covid19 pandemic was in-person gatherings of other computer people - from programmers to artists and qa technicians, from scrum managers to devops and security. As tiring as travel can be, meeting people behind blog posts and even tools that I use stimulates constructive conversations that might not have happened otherwise. But I’m also a big proponent of doing things remotely and I also discovered during the pandemic years that...

What do Brands Owe to Persons?
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What do Brands Owe to Persons?

23 Jun 2022 By thomas

In filling out remaining holes in my super awesome portable modular synthesizer, I bought a part from one of the many one-person companies that make these niche products. With it came a Chick Tract, infamous comics that were produced for decades by a man of the name Jack Chick, espousing a religiously fundamentalist worldview. I of course find the content of them quite odious but they also remind me of growing up in rural Southern California, where even some serious...

The Company is Sometimes Wrong
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The Company is Sometimes Wrong

16 Feb 2022 By thomas

The bane of every retail worker’s existence is the old saying, “the customer is always right.” That is, the idea that the customer is to be catered to and not to be made a fool of. Interacting with basic courtesy and honesty is a must but for many who directly interact with customers, whether they work in retail or are small business owners themselves, the expectation goes beyond that. The phrase is often taken literally to mean that if the...