Busy restaurant kitchens and busy software development teams have similar process needs. One similarity is the never-ending search for the perfect process.
A bad manager once told me, “Perception is everything.” This was a man who lied a lot … at someone else’s expense to benefit himself. One of the problems with websites is that they really don’t tell you whether a company is good or bad. The Path to the Boiled …
A classmate said, “Since you lived in Spain, you must love tacos and tamales.”
When you are so poor that Captain Crunch is a gift under the Christmas Tree.
Frameworks, Libraries, and Platforms These three terms are common when describing a technology for web programmers. They are only helpful, if you know what they are. Frameworks When you Google technical terminology, like “framework”, the results are generally as unfamiliar as the original term. According to Wikipedia, “In computer programming, …
Website structures are similar to putting together a salad, and how ingredients work in a salad.
Most recipe pages have a very, very thick layer of text between large photos with a processed recipe in there somewhere at the bottom.
The meaning of comfort food becomes very real when you go to a place that has different comfort food.
I thought I would try the Cuisinart food process that sits neglected on our kitchen counter to make gazpacho. I was hoping that it would chop instead of pureeing the vegetables. Then I found out why it sits there unused. Cuisinart is trying to force me to follow their incomprehensible …
The idea is to have them licking the platter clean, even if it’s squash!