My New Book Is Out (Sort of)

Those who follow my Twitter stream will probably know this already, but lately I’ve been pretty busy allocating most of my spare time to writing a new book for The Pragmatic Bookshelf. It’s not finished yet, but today it’s finally available in beta. This means that you can buy and read it now that it’s […]

Why and How I Migrated from Posterous to Self-Hosted WordPress

Over the weekend I spent some time converting this blog from Posterous to WordPress. I found Posterous to be too inflexible for my needs. Simple tasks such as rewarding the top commenters by listing them on the homepage were simply not available. I also disliked their themes, the inability to embed JavaScript snippets, and the […]

A New Adventure

Computer programming is important to me, but it’s only one prominent dimension of my being. I often feel the need to express other aspects of my persona, and my main blog, Zen and the Art of Programming, is not an appropriate outlet for such discourse. Conversely, my Twitter account, which is more generic in nature, […]