Monthly Archives: November 2008

Gay Marriage and Polygamy – Where do you draw the line?

  I have watched with interest the post election protests that have occurred over the passage of Prop 8 in California.  I continue to find it amazing that the LDS Church has been targeted specifically (although others have also had … Continue reading

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Insightful quote from Elder Maxwell about the times we live in

  My dad and I were talking about Prop 8 passing today and we couldn’t help but reflect on how quickly it seems the moral tides of our country have changed (although thankfully Prop 8 should stem it to some … Continue reading

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A Suggestion for Windows Live and Windows 7

  In playing around with the Windows 7 bits I got at PDC I had a small idea that I submitted through the feedback link for Windows 7.  The feedback is more related to how Windows Live works with Windows … Continue reading

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Requirements Definition : The Danger of Failing Before You Have Really Started

  Requirements, Stories, Use Cases, or whatever a team wants to call them form a key part of the execution plan for a development team.  It should tell them what a customer wants.  The artifacts in whatever form they are … Continue reading

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Halloween is almost here

  I meant to get this posted before I left for my work trip to LA for Microsoft’s Professional Developer Conference, but I didn’t so I am trying to get this out while here.  We had a party with family … Continue reading

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