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hamilton *hammett* verissimo Another special person... just like everyone else Fun
Does your wife or girlfriend...

...snore like a bear with sinusitis? Please tell me I'm not alone on this!

Posted On Thursday, May 4, 2006 8:11 AM

Silent Hill - the movie

If you've played all Silent Hill games (I still need to complete SH4) I strongly advise you to go and see this movie. It's very cool ! It could be way better, though. :-)

Posted On Tuesday, April 25, 2006 9:49 PM

MonoRail job?
Funny job ad: Senior Software Engineer (C#) We’re looking for the you! Must be able to be bend software with your mind, create hugely scalable web sites, program like the wind, and not get dizzy while confronted with two huge 20” monitors. We use a lot of C#, .NET, MonoRail, Indigo. We like to drink beer and eat CheezIts. Btw, if you want to apply for this job, see pluck web site And another thing: these guys developed the awesome Shadows ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 25, 2006 9:51 AM

I can't remember the last time I had vacations. When I've been to London, as any ordinary geek, I used my time to really focus on studying english, thus it wasn't really vacations... I'm also taking a few books (7) and hopefully will find my peace to think about the MonoRail Caching and the new and improved DynamicProxy. Anyway, I'm leaving in a few hours, gonna drive for about 12 hours nonstop. I wish the weather were a little better :-( Stay tunned on my flickr, too ......

Posted On Friday, March 17, 2006 4:22 PM

Weekend experiences
I was able to compile and run the following code x = 10 x = x + 1 Yeah, stupid, innit? You may look closer and realise that 'x' is an undeclared variable 'x' type is thus not defined 'x''s type is inferred based on operations of attribution that follows the first appearance So x goes to a SymbolTable. Every assign expression that uses it is registered as a candidate on the SymbolTable entry. During the type resolval step it's easy to resolve the type of the first assign: x = 10 # this is a int32 ......

Posted On Saturday, January 28, 2006 5:31 PM

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