Finally I found the time to start building Lego with Erik. The elevator belt (pink) was soon attached to the ceiling and we started building a climber. At first all our models had to much or not enough friction on the belt. We even tried to run with two battery boxes, so each motor would have it’s own power source. Our final design can be found in the video.
Perl::Critic can and should be used to greatly improve the quality of any Perl code. The only disadvantage of perl::Critic is that it provides no history. I will show how .SE (the Swedish country code top level domain registry) uses Perl::Critic to improve code quality and how we mitigated Perl::Critic’s disadvantage.
Bonus: How to convince management to fund a Perl::Critic evaluation and improvement of your codebase.
As you might know june 6th (2012) was the IPv6 launch day. Many of the big internet names enabled IPv6 on their services. That is on their main sites, not on some obscure ipv6.BIGNAME.com site. A few days ago I did enable IPv6 on my blog site and on launch day I eventually enabled IPv6 on my home network. The most impressive thing is, that there is nothing to it. It just worked. I installed TomatoUSB (Toastman mod) on my wireless router. Configured my HE tunnel. Done! All clients – Linux, Windows, osX – it just worked. No difference at all.
Now I am waiting for IPv6 native. (Yes, Telia I am talking to you!!!)
Please have a look at my new judo page. It features two videos. One from the Swedish veteran championships where I scored 2nd place. The other video shows my kata for graduation to 1st dan.
But fortunately something did fly.