An after-action report of the November meetup of the Malmö.rb Ruby group.
This is an after-action report about the October 2018 meetup with the Malmö Ruby Brigade.
Yesterday morning, the ISS was resupplied, in a textbook example of a great space-station docking. I had just woken up, and saw the last 2 minute of the docking. Very exciting. Then I began trying to finish this conference overview. It’s more stream-of-consciousness than report. You’ve been warned. So, outside the bubble of conference again. My tweeting […]
Dear reader, this whole note is a travelogue. Flight finished. Able to avoid the coffee, which I think they even ask 20 DKK for. Their bottled water was better. Spied @chvest (business card title: “Dragon Keeper”) and @jankrag (“Continuous Improvement Engineer”) at the baggage claim. Rode a cab with them to our hotel. Told them a story about […]
On Wednesday, I once again journey south, to Poznan in Central Europe, to participate in the PolyConf programming conference. As every year, it is about getting new perspective on things, from happy and grumpy people in the field. The field of computering. I’m lucky to see some familiar faces in the list of people going there, and […]
Here are the follow-up notes from my visit to the PolyConf event in Poznan, Poland. Due to the high speed of talks, I was not able to keep up with commentary, so these are my fragments. States And Nomads: Handling Software Complexity The nature of complexity – both as Deleuze & Guattari rhizomes, and as […]
PolyConf 2014 – Talks from Day 1 Morning began with fine cappuccino coffee and honey-spread bread. After initial difficulty to find the venue, me and my companion made it to the large school building where the conference was hosted. Here is an image of us failing to walk into the right building: Talks began immediately. […]
Had a family start to the trip, as my programmer friend has a Polish cousin in Poznan. She treated us to a quick dinner with the activity “sample the wines we try out for the wedding and rank them.” We picked the winner, bottle 3, which was the right answer. A nice chatty evening was […]
This is an undetailed log of goings-on and other inspiration at EuroPython 2008, which took place in Vilnius, Lithuania (the southernmost of the Baltic countries). Arriving in Vilnius, which has an airport the size of a thimble, we started into the city in a cab. Cab driver tried to upsell some prostitutes. We were more […]
I spent the weekend at TBD 2012 Hackathon in a coffee shop in MalmÃ¶. I know part of the organizing team, and it was nearby, so I joined in, for the feeling of the fast-paced making. Update: If you met me at the hackathon, say hello in the comments. Or on Twitter, I’m olleolleolle. Kthxbye! […]