Monthly Archives: November 2013


Dear SOAP, Please drop dead. Sincerely, /s/ an engineer frustrated with over-designed, under-implemented and uselessly complex, bloated and generally fucked-up “standards”   SOAP replies Dear Dadhacker, I’m here to stay. Suck it. -Sudsy   Dadhacker’s response Dear SOAP, My name … Continue reading

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Another Assembler

For kicks I spent a few days writing a 6502 assembler in Python (I had a need for one, and getting there is half the fun). It’s under the ABRMS license (“Anyone But Richard M Stallman”). So, in the unlikely event … Continue reading

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Sinofski on performance reviews

  Since I left Microsoft a little over a year ago, I’ve written a few rants that I’ve never published. Amongst the subjects I tackled were some attempts at “what’s wrong with Microsoft’s performance review system?”. None of these efforts were worth … Continue reading

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