let’s chill Australia

let’s chill Vancouver will wrap up at the end of this month and the goal is to build a new community in Australia. But why not keep let’s chill Vancouver going while I restart one in Australia? The main reason is that I don’t believe the Vancouver entity is strong …

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Frustrating crawl to beta

This is really just another mind dump before I get back to work. Today was supposed to be the day that I could open let’s chill for beta. Yeah…that isn’t going to happen. The last week has been pegged with frustrating roadblocks as I reach some of the last tasks …

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Apparently Christmas is around the corner

It’s been a hectic two months since development started on let’s chill. I’m taking a few moments to dump some thoughts before I move onto today’s work load. This past weekend, I had a milestone day as a group of my friends did a first round of testing on the …

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October in review

Overall, I am fairly happy with how October progressed. It has laid the foundation for the next month which is all about working towards the alpha release of Absolut. The project will release on heyletschill.com (not yet active) which is the more appropriate “pilot name” for it. The general gist …

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September in review

September was a pretty good month. The traction I gained at the end of the August gave me a better direction to move ahead. I haven’t had as much time to write but I felt like I needed to do a mind dump for this month’s review. These past few …

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Review: MacBook Air for coding

So you want to buy a Mac eh? As a person who has grown up on the PC and in the Windows environment, this was an irregular move. For the first time in my life, I purchased a computer purely for work purposes (also irregular). Of course I do use …

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August in review

It’s been a fun month. The first few weeks, I was looking at options and just trying to feel like I was mentally in Vancouver again. The last two weeks of August has been a series of unexpected events. It first started with my Rails study group that received a …

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