Monthly Archives: March 2007

San Francisco Asian Time

Hitomi arrived in S.F. in the morning. I met her later in the evening, after I got my work done. It takes about 30-40 minutes and about $5 to make it into the city. Once you're in, driving around is … Continue reading

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More Cycling: Lucas Valley, Redwoods

2 hours, almost 30 miles, over 1500 feet elevation gain on today's route. I left work a little early today and walked back to the hotel. I had talked to a road bicyclist at work about his favorite local routes. … Continue reading

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San Rafael

After work today, I took off around 5:30PM to bicycle around the local mountain. Here is the route I took. It was quite windy, which worked in my favor going east, and against me west. Coming in view of San … Continue reading

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Banff

I left work early. I was not particularly engaged in the goings on this week because of the training. I skipped out on two meetings today.  I skipped a number of meetings this week. One was regarding engineering practices and … Continue reading

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On the Trail Again

I left work at 5PM. The professional services group was off to an evening hockey game. I said goodbye to fellow engineer Scott Ding, who was returning early tomorrow. I showed off my travel bicycle to the instructor, who despite … Continue reading

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First Day of Spring in the Snow

Oh, Canada! I bagged and brought my bicycle to Calgary, optimistic that this week would be snow-free. The forecast was for sun and warm conditions. Alas, I woke up this morning to snow flurries and slush accumulated on the streets … Continue reading

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JBoss does MBean deployment easily

I was first introduced to IOC (inversion of control) programming when I joined m-Qube (then Proteus Mobile) back in May 2002. Of course, at that time I didn't know what IOC was, or dependency injection, etc. The JBoss JMX Microkernel … Continue reading

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