Monthly Archives: March 2015

How To Write A Resume* Worth Reading

I have recently taken on a bunch of hiring at work. In particular, I am now spending a substantial amount of my time at work reading resumes. These are for new grads and intern candidates for software development positions. I … Continue reading

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Uses and Abuses Of Python’s Excessive Dynamism

I have not written much about programming lately, but enough has built up in my personal goofiness repo that I thought I’d talk about it. I am a Python programmer by day, and occasionally I learn things about the language … Continue reading

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On The Slow Regard of Silent Things

I recently read Patrick Rothfuss’ The Slow Regard of Silent Things. Rothfuss is a fantasy author, who has also written some other well-received novels. I liked them well enough, although I find his pacing sometimes interminable. The worlds are interesting … Continue reading

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