Reflections on 2012

Posted by: youve been HAACKED, on 01 Jan 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I wasnt prepared to write an end-of-year blog post given the impending destruction of the world via a Mayan prophesied cataclysmic fury. But since that didnt pan out I figured Id better get typing. Those of us that are software developers shouldnt be too surprised that the world didnt end. After all, how often do projects come in on time within the estimated date amirite?! (high five to all of you). Highlights of 2012 This year has just been a blast. As my kids turn five and three, my wife and...

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