I’ve totally lost track of the week, so I’m officially calling and end to the photo-a-week experiment attempt. I’d like to keep going with it, but it has stopped being enjoyable and started to be more of a chore. I still plan to make dedicated trips out with the camera, but I’m not going to [...]
Archive for March, 2009
Yesterday I travelled down to the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre to visit the Christian Fletcher exhibition that has been going on for a while. I’d been meaning to get down there earlier, but when I heard that Christian would be giving a talk about some of the photos in the exhibition on the last day, [...]
After 4 weeks of no photos, I’m slowly climbing back on the horse.
With all the stuff that’s been finishing up recently, I’ve been giving some thought to what I’d like to do in the spare time I should now have (at least in theory). Now that I’m getting a little bit older, I’ve begun to [...]
Now that I’ve begun to wind up the final tasks for my PhD I’ve also made the decision to sever all my remaining institutional ties to my University days by repaying in full my accrued HECS/HELP debt.
For those not from Australia, we have quite a nice scheme here where the government will pay your higher [...]
Following a discussion with my boss last week, I’ve had this topic on my mind. It wasn’t until I read the excellent post “Technical Debt” by Jeff Atwood that a tag was put to the ideas inside my head.
Basically, technical debt refers to the cumulative cruft that has evolved in a system over time due [...]