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Stack trace to speech

Posted by Fri, 28 Apr 2006 23:51:00 GMT

16 comments Latest by Linda Mon, 21 Aug 2006 14:09:29 GMT

It must be a Friday.

I got a call about 30 minutes ago from a relay service for someone who can’t speak and needs to use a keyboard to type. So, I accept the call and think it could be a hosting customer, development inquiry… who knows. Immediately, I hear the relay operator say, “I have a stack trace for you.”

I then listened to a woman repeat… character by character... the entire stack trace for an error in a Rails application. I listened… the whole way through… just in case it was a person who needs Rails development.

My developer staff then laughs after I hang up after 20 minutes… and I think to myself… how do I get back at them. o.0

Announcement: Peat Bakke joins PLANET ARGON as Project Director

Posted by Tue, 18 Apr 2006 17:24:00 GMT

1 comment Latest by topfunky Wed, 19 Apr 2006 00:09:16 GMT

And now for a long overdue announcement! Peat Bakke officially joined the PLANET ARGON core team back in February as our Project Director, and started working with us as a satellite developer in late 2005. As a growing development company, we quickly learned the value of having a dedicated project director. Not only does it help keep the intermingling of projects organized here at PLANET ARGON HQ, but-and maybe more importantly-it also gives our clients a single point of contact. We may be a small team, but that doesn’t mean that all of us get the chance to be intimate with each and every project. That’s Peat’s job, and we sure are glad to have him on board. Be sure to check out his blog at peat dot org to keep up on his thoughts regarding Rails, project management, business development, and his devotion to index cards.

Learn more about the PLANET ARGON core team.