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New Developments in the 777 Crash in San Francisco

July 8, 2013

Saturday Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crashed while attempting to land at San Francisco International Airport.  Two people were killed and at least 182 were injured — it’s amazing that more people weren’t killed.  Here is video of the crash itself. Dozens of people are still in critical condition at area hospitals — our thoughts and [...]

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The Tech Vote: An Opportunity for Conservatives and the GOP

November 27, 2012

As a software engineer by trade, I spend a lot of time reading technology news, interacting with members of the tech community, and hearing their opinions on things.  Leading up to election day, many tech sites got involved in electoral politics by writing about technology issues and by endorsing candidates.  They almost exclusively endorsed Barack [...]

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ORCA – A Failure Of Epic Proportions

November 9, 2012

While everyone in the Conservative Movement and Republican party are looking introspectively at Tuesday’s loss, one new piece of information has surfaced that may be more heartbreaking than anything else – Tuesday’s election just may have been lost by bad software.  As a Software Engineer myself, I can attest to the importance of quality control, [...]

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