Archive for the 'Seattle' Category

Seattle’s Interbay is no South Lake Union

“You can’t compare this to South Lake Union or downtown,” he says. “Not all areas are created equal.” Jeff Thompson, of the Freehold Group, the development company that has spearheaded the Dravus effort Seattle Times: Red tape fences in Interbay overhaul

Have a look at this google map for a compare [...]

Found in the spam filter, a relationship failure borne of HTTP error codes

A story about an internet crush…

… a few weeks later when I checked my spam filter. “Congrats–most women have to meet me at least twice before a crush wears off,” he’d replied. Cute. I replied, and we ended up having a bizarre but hilarious (to us) discussion about HTTP error codes. (Reproduced after [...]

Seattle has a Functional Programming Interest Group


All, Apologies for multiple listings. A small cadre of us are organizing a Northwest Functional Programming Interest Group (hey… NWFPIG, that’s kinda funny). Our first official meeting is at the The Seattle Public Library 1000 - 4th Ave. Seattle, [...]

Seattle Scrum Meeting Jan 31st, 2008 Featuring James Shore

I had the chance to meet James Shore at Agile Open Northwest 2007 and have to recommend that you attend the Seattle Scrum Users Group to see him present Agile Requirements with FIT.

If you’re new to FIT, click here to see some of my other posts on FIT. Looking for an agile coach/scrum master in [...]

Looking for an apartment in Seattle? Lazy? is for you! I know people who’ve used them with good results.

They are free.

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