my new digs
My first week at Runscope is almost done and it’s been great so far. Re-learning python is easier than expected, although I still am going to need to start getting further into debugging tools and probably need to re-read some useful bits on advanced programming in python. I’m enjoying being in a small group again, it’s been a while since I’ve had the freedom to see a bug or a missing feature, fix it, add it, then ship it in the same day. Diving back in to Emacs as my primary editor has been fantastic, I missed it’s simplicity compared to Eclipse. I’ve started adding a few things like flycheck to my Emacs environment to help me write better python, and so far it’s working great. The Runscope team is working hard and we’ll have some awesome tools to share with everyone pretty soon.
Suzette decides to let loose and celebrate some for some of her friends around the country born on March 27th!
Elliot relaxes in the sunshine on a warm Sunday afternoon. Shot through my LensBaby.
Foggy ride down Harrison St. this morning in the Mission. Normally you can see almost to downtown!
Nearly finished making new legs for our coffee table!
A little late for Thanksgiving I realize, but it’s pretty adorable no matter what.
The goal of the game is to turn off all the lights in the map while the bad guys keep trying turn them back on. We got the controls working, the map rendering and sprites animated, but alas, a working AI for the enemies was out of reach. Still for only 10 hours of coding, with a totally blank canvas, I’m very happy with what we built.
Check it out here: http://sdh.skarilla.com/lightsout/
Our newest family member seems pretty happy to have a whole office to herself!
It’s getting a bit more spring-like here in San Francisco, by that I mean that there’s a few flowers and it’s rainy and cold. So mostly the same as fall and summer and winter