03/19/16 02:56 - ID#60443
PJP Business Consulting
Yeah it's a corny name - hopefully just a placeholder while we find a much better name to DBA.
We're approved for outside activity by RPCI leadership, and (e:terry) has registered us with the state. And we already have two potential jobs lined up!
So much talk for a long time - I can't believe it's actually happening.
Last Modified: 03/19/16 03:00
01/09/16 03:22 - ID#60393
Sameer's last day
I had my first car bomb, it was gross. I sent (e:uchina) some crunk chats.
I have a few other pictures but I didn't post them.
Last Modified: 01/10/16 02:25
03/31/15 11:40 - ID#59935
901 Mannequins and solar on Linwood
After work we went on a quick bike ride around the neighborhood. I noticed this blue house down the street has panels already - guess we won't be the first. I really think they look cool - and for all the haters, you barely notice them from the street.
The Burchfield Penny Front Yard project is now down to a OS X error message and three copies of it's desktop background. Some artsy type should turn it into error based art based on the current setup - I think it would be way cooler.
Last Modified: 04/03/15 03:43
02/04/15 01:50 - ID#59816
Wash your hands
We missed Lloyd's today, so (e:paul) and I went with Patrick to the Buffalo General Hospital cafeteria. It was probably the grossest food experience I have ever had.
Everyone in the cafeteria seemed to be coughing or sick, the soups and salad were uncovered and the only option out was pizza. On the other hand, it only cost $8 for Paul and I to eat a slice of pizza and salad.
On the way back, Paul went to wash his hands in the cafeteria bathroom, located in a hallway that smelled like sewage. He soaped his hands but then found out the water didn't work, hence the picture of him walking almost all the way back with soap on his hands.
When we got closer to Roswell, we heard another gross and sad story one of our coworkers Andy about the Buffalo General. I'm save you the details but it's much worse than the cafeteria.
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12/13/14 12:49 - ID#59651
(E:Paul) had a 5th monitor that I got to steal while I was over there. It's an okay monitor in terms of quality, but it has a touch screen. I got it to work with Linux with by modifying xinput in Fedora with the xinput_calibrator - you have to set the input area to just include the touch screen and not both monitors.
Last Modified: 12/14/14 11:07
12/04/14 12:01 - ID#59638
Full time life
There's already so many interesting projects lined up. It sounds like even the projects are going to have more programming that I initially thought. I even am getting a Mac computer to work on - that's a first. And I get to keep the longer 4 days, half day Friday schedule.
Looks like the civil engineering books did come in handy
Fancy Cisco IP phone also - no second monitor yet though
Someone even left an early Valentine at my desk
Last Modified: 12/04/14 12:07
11/20/14 11:38 - ID#59594
Being home during the day is pretty boring, since I'm the only one off, so today I went and worked at (e:terry)'s office.
At least it's been snowy - I don't feel like I'm burning sunlight.
Last Modified: 11/21/14 12:29
08/15/14 12:06 - ID#59300
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07/31/14 01:56 - ID#59247
Chew the fat
Last Modified: 07/31/14 02:00
07/10/14 07:53 - ID#59180
For a first project I've started working with the group on a appointment reminder system for the patient portal, so patients can get text, voice and email reminders when they have an upcoming appointment. I love that I get to program for a full workday now. After a week I feel that I can do well here.
One of the best parts is now I can eat lunch with (e:paul) and (e:terry). I feel bouge going out to lunch instead of bringing one, but I think it's also a good time to talk about work and figure out what I need to do.
This lunch was a a hummus wrap Washington Market. Paul's tea tasted like fish. I tweeted Honest Tea but no one ever answered me.
Last Modified: 07/11/14 06:59
- going out