I begin a decent into automation tools to build a installer for the benchmark tool.
To our readers: If you would permit me, I would like to use the blog for my own purposes. From time to time, I would like to write to my team, currently the 36 people who call Puget home. Why don’t I simply email each of them instead of publishing here? I want these letters to be a stake in the ground, and there is no better way to commit than to say it publicly. I hope you enjoy these letters as well, as they provide a little peak behind the curtain.
Welcome to Puget Systems first quarterly newsletter! We want to share with you the new and exciting things that are happening with us.
Sunday is my quiet day. Made more so today, by the fact that our kids (all four of them) went to my parent’s house yesterday for an overnight visit. I set aside Sundays to be a relaxed, stress free day that allows me to recharge. Lately, here at Puget, I have been recommending that practice to everyone on our team.
“Why now, in particular?” you may ask.
It’s been nuts.
Earlier this week Microsoft made public the release candidate for their next OS – Windows 7. It is available as a free download from them, which will be good until March of 2010 (with limited usability for a few months after that)… so like many other tech enthusiasts I downloaded it and gave it a spin.