Monthly Archives: May 2007

Tour around Seattle with the CBC

Yesterday, I participated in a Cascade Bicycle Club (CBC) ride called "Tuesday Night Surprise." The plan was for a 20-25 mile ride through various parts of Seattle, and the leader would take us wherever he felt like. Meeting at Gasworks … Continue reading

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Trip Planning Vietnam and Taiwan

Hitomi's already planned out most of our vacation for the end of the year. I know it seems early, seeing how it's just May. However, given the busy travel season and rapid disappearance of airplane seats at the end of … Continue reading

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If you don’t love me, Please let me Go

The title of this blog is from the band called the Decemberists. It's lyrics for one of their songs, or maybe the title of a song. I heard this song on the radio back at the end of 2005, when … Continue reading

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Orcas Island

For Mother's Day, I wanted to do something different this year. Yes, taking your mom out to eat at a restaurant or buying jewelery is very popular, but I thought of a way to combine both visiting my mom and … Continue reading

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JBoss Party at JavaOne

I was introduced to JBoss at m-Qube, when several developers selected it to build the applications that made up the m-Qube initial offerings. Once I got over the initial discomfort of understanding this new system (from Tomcat I had used … Continue reading

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JavaOne 2007

I've been a Java developer since JDK 1.0 beta back more than ten years ago at the start-up Starwave. It's exciting to follow all the new developments of this now mature platform, and through the generosity of Autodesk, I got … Continue reading

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Some more distance

For today (Saturday) I went on a 38 mile ride through some familiar roads in Seattle and took a trip over to Mercer Island. The Mercer Island circumnavigation was 13 miles, and the road is quite interesting, especially to the … Continue reading

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