Maybe you’re like me, and you’re migrating something from MySQL over to PostgreSQL. Maybe, like me, you’re swearing a great deal and experiencing high blood pressure, too.
(Or maybe not.)
I’ve seen numerous threads that just tell you how you can change all your code to use Postgres’s epoch_something_something_aint_nobody_got_time_fo_dat() function instead, but epic hero Janusz Slota has a better way. He shows … Keep reading »
iTunes 11 is out, and most people seem to think it’s great. You and I are different, however. We hate it and we have our reasons. (Mine happens to be the inability to skip tracks while Repeat One is on. Yup, deal-breaker for me. UPDATE: Fixed that!) So let’s … Keep reading »
Though the other day, some guy managed to spell it Aeryn. Points for uniqueness!
Update: Since posting this, it has come to my attention that male Erins do, in fact, exist. However, in my part of the world, this is unheard of. Neither I, nor any other of the many Aarons I know, have ever met or even heard … Keep reading »
The full quote comes from Sebastian Thrun, the tenured Stanford Professor who left in order to begin exploring new teaching methods online.
During the era when universities were born, “the lecture was the most effective way to convey information. We had the industrialization, we had the invention of celluloid, of digital media, and, miraculously, professors today teach exactly the … Keep reading »