For those (few) who follow me but not there, here are my top ten from November.

  • OH at museum: Now that we’ve appreciated all the diversity, can we please move on? (November 07)
  • If I have publicly and violently clashed with the founders, please pardon my raucous laughter when you try to recruit me. (November 09)
  • Using Inconsolata font for code editing. Quite nice. (November 11)
  • My take on the “your argument is invalid” meme, inspired by driftx on #cassandra. http://imgur.com/WtiFL (November 12)
  • Tea Party yard work: borrow a neighbor’s leaf blower, then blow all your leaves onto his yard. (November 14)
  • http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~weimer/ shows a *negative* correlation between some popular coding-style preferences and actual readability. (November 15)
  • If you work in distributed systems but haven’t read Saito and Shapiro then fix that. (November 16)
  • How many applications have you used today? How many are you personally willing to rewrite to use an “alternative data store”? (November 29)
  • I am the king of . . . just a minute. Where was I? Oh yeah, the king of . . . just a sec . . . multitasking. (November 29)
  • If hand-waving built muscle, I’d know some very buff architects. (November 30)