I’m moving over the blogs slowly to the RAX cloud, thanks to Chad. If you see this, it worked!
I went to see Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter with Oriana and Kevin. It was ridiculous… I guess worth seeing once. =p The guy who played Abraham reminds me of a young Liam Neeson. This happened while planning to see the movie…
Ok, as promised, here are some of those puppy pics:
Also, these earrings that I ordered a while ago came in:
They’re NOT for me, but they were too awesome for me not to get. I’m guessing they’ll go to some lucky nerd girl at some point, haha.
This past week, I gave a demo to the entire company, which is quite a lot of people now. It thankfully went well, which was awesome because the demo crashed and burned at the dry-run we had, but I guess that’s why you have dry-runs. =) I’m generally not nervous when presenting on topics I’m knowledgeable about, but now that we’re a couple hundred people and presentations like this are more of a production, I was really feeling the pressure. Like I said, it went well though, so I’ve got nothing to complain about. =)
Rapid fire news!
I ordered a new MacBook Pro (retina, of course).
Sam decided to introduce me to new people.
Mozilla’s been farting a lot today. Think I’m going to switch to another brand of food.
Viraj ditched us this weekend for his cousins, who I guess he’s contracted Sam’s issue because according to Andrew, he’s really flirty with them. =)
Argh, I’m starting to fall behind on blogging again.
I’ve been pretty busy recently. The new team I’m on at BV has me pumped up. I’m having the most fun I’ve had in a while. Great team and exciting work. I spent most of this past weekend working on various coding projects (not necessarily BV related). It’s been a goal of mine to write more open-source code and this past week I managed to send some code to a project and I wrote my own simple JS validation library (still rather immature). I called it TooLegit, haha. Looking forward to writing more.
Last weekend, I also participated in RHoK Austin, which was fun.
Chad and Nancy got a new golden puppy, which has yet to be named. Here’s a video of Mozilla playing with it:
I’ve got some pics… they’re on Facebook right now. I’ll send them to Flickr and post them here later.