Programming on the Edge


Published by Matt Hicks under on Friday, June 29, 2007
I have to present a prototype in a couple hours that is really important to my job and the company I work for. I think I'm pretty well prepared, but have been trying to go through any last minute details and bug fixes to make sure nothing breaks horribly well I'm demonstrating it.

It's at a time like this that my brain decides to recall a poem I wrote in the third grade. Now, I'm not really sure how I got there, but now that I have I decided I'd write it down because I still like it. :)

Tomorrow is Today, if Yesterday had never been,
Today is a day that will never come again,
Now is the the time that always will be,
Time is the variable, only the mind can see.

Not bad for a third grader, huh? ;) Well, back on track I'm really excited about this demo as it is the largest application I've developed yet utilizing jSeamless and this demonstration is about getting more buy-in for the product, the framework I've written, and jSeamless from the company I work for. Next week I'll be able to start adding massive new features to jSeamless (I couldn't until this demo was completed for fear I'd screw something up).

Anyway, this will hopefully be a short day for me so I think I'm going to go home and spend the rest of the day with my wife...I love Friday. :)


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