The Law is words, and words are the Law. By that I mean the substance of the Law, any law, is words. These words are trying to convey an idea, it’s true, but the quantitative value which we place on the Law is in the words used to express the idea, not the idea itself,[…]
I love to throw around big latin words like autodidact, and Cogitatio, and … I’m still working on understanding the difference between Cogitatio and Cogito, to be honest. At any rate, someone asked me about autodidactism. I’m not sure if this particular person was trying to emulate me, or if said individual was insinuating that I didn’t know the definitions of the words I was using, but, I wanted to let everyone know: “Autodidactism is a condition in which an individual must always learn as much, and as often, and as many peices of datum, as possible. For themselves.”
So, the new thing that certain people are doing is selling their product as a cloud solution when it wasn’t designed for the cloud. This has been dubbed “cloudwashing.” There are a few benefits to hosting a traditional solution in the cloud, but, saying that a traditional product is a cloud product just because it’s[…]
I have a great job working with C#, TypeScript and HTML/CSS. Mainly I work with the C# at my job. The name of my employer is iStreamPlanet. We make a product called Aventus which does real time live video transcoding and streaming for a lot of cool, big groups, including the 2014 Olympics. I’m really[…]
“a magical place where you can see 50 people in chat and no one talking all night ” is an anagram of “Not call on lunacy. Cheapest, weak loo. Page grim heathen. Ace in plain dealing.” and “Uncanny, local lot. Whoopee! Ace talks. Impregnate he hag. Placid, genial inane.”
IRC at it’s finest.
I put up my blog again. I got tired of the irritating Google emails telling me that it couldn’t crawl my blog… That and I’ve been feeling creative again so I may write some more, or something. Anyhow, thanks for reading! I’ll give a more complete update soon. I’ve moved on to a new job and I love it. Thanks again.
What a can of worms THIS is. Microsoft basically made it impossible to properly isolate units of code to test without spending a bunch of money… After beating my head into a wall for a week, I ended up recommending that we purchase a license for Typemock. With Typemock it’s unbelievably easy to isolate all[…]
Hello, world! It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, so I wanted to drop a note here saying hi, and that I’m still alive. I haven’t been doing much writing lately, really I’ve just been busy at work writing unit test code. It’s cool, and I’ve been learning a bunch about unit testing in C# with .NET. Hopefully I’ll get time to write about what I’ve learned!
Thanks for reading, dear friends,
Nathan C. Tresch