Facebook security settings updated ... thanks. I can't believe all the apps that had access. Last time I checked there were perhaps 2 or 3 that had access to my information; when I checked just now, there were at least 20. I basically disabled everything except direct friend access and enabled approval for friends to tag me or anything like that.
The Make a Wish Foundation sent my brother (he had Duchenne's muscular dystrophy) to Disney World when I was in grade 6. It was a great time. We got to cut ahead of every line, since he was in a wheelchair. There was this young couple who were at many of the same attractions that we were, as we made our way through Disney World. The young woman in her 20s was also in a wheelchair. Later on during the trip we saw them together again walking around no problem. We were all pretty disgusted. Just thought I'd share. Disney World was a great trip though - I'll always remember it, and my brother had the time of his life. Make a Wish is great.
I am not sure that colour blind people like myself are going to find the "splashes" of colour any easier, but full colour icons are definitely easier to isolate in my mind. Oh well, progress, hopefully.
SCA sounds similar to Managed Workplace's Service Center ... I was on the original dev team for that product, 8-9 years ago. We too had an agent based architecture, which I worked on in particular, and the event monitoring system, etc....
Awesome! Man I could have kept listening for hours … why are your videos so short Charles? Just kidding man.
Erik, you said something about parser combinators being useless for tools due to them having to work in on incomplete input, got me thinking about the probabilistic programming/machine learning stuff as in that other Lang.NEXT session, and that perhaps parser combinators could operate concurrently on one or more predicted models, which must always be valid input, and if there are no valid predicted models, then it's an error. Just a thought.