twittering on 2008-10-04

  • looks like i’m going to miss campfire camp. spending time with my sweetie before he takes off tomorrow for the day. #
  • what’s a good breakfast place near Cubespace? need some good food before coding. #
  • @brianaker sounds like a good day :) #
  • @emmajanedotnet i love painting. as soon as i can clear more space in the basement, i have two more walls to paint. #
  • headed out! #
  • at the codesprint, installing lots of python goodies. made wiki page to describe our progress: http://code.google.com/p/csvp/w/edit/Howt#
  • fixed a couple bugs, now starting the test-driven development :) #
  • @whurley yes we should revolt! omg. #
  • i love igal’s PS prompt that changes on whether a function call returns true or false. #
  • no one wants to work on displaying avatars with me :( #

twittering on 2008-10-02

  • @grigs that is just painful. #
  • OMGWTFBBQ! WhereCampPDX website just went turbo! http://www.wherecamppdx.org/ @reidab is the evil genius. #
  • @aldos do you have any code to share for the data obfuscator? #
  • alright web innovators, do you have free beer? #
  • @ahockley where’s the beer?! lemme know #
  • @schwern are you killing those chickens yourself? #
  • Ok web innovators, we are going to green dragon! #
  • http://twitpic.com/e5fe – @markwkm for you #
  • @stewartsmith yes :) #
  • makin’ chili. #

What I’m going to see at PostgreSQL Conference West

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“I’d like to use my lifeline to figure out what to go to at PostgreSQL Conference West…”*

PostgreSQL Conference West is coming up this October 10-12, and the schedule was just published. Unfortunately, it’s a little tricky to navigate the list of talks on the site, so I decided to post my itinerary to help you if you’re looking for a guide!

So, I cheated a little and included some things that I won’t be able to see – but there’s really a lot of good stuff.

I’m so happy to see so many Portland locals presenting at this conference! All the Portlanders called out below are members of PDXPUG. Our next meeting is on October 16, 2008, 7pm at FreeGeek.

It shows how strong our community is that we were able to support two PostgreSQL-specific conferences (the earlier was PDXPUG day before OSCON) IN PORTLAND this year!!! Yay for us.

Here’s what I’ll be attending:

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