What Did You Do Today?
Either I’m making up for time I spent slacking, or I just took 4 years off of my life today. Today I managed to:
- Have my git book from Pragmatic Bookshelf announced: Pragmatic Version Control Using Git - It’ll be on a shelf near you this fall and in PDF form before then.
- I filed my taxes (not completely today - I’d already done then, just hadn’t submitted them yet)
- Proved conclusively that an installation stack wasn’t stable for production (which is always fun when it’s a random failure and you’re having to play by the Law of Large Numbers)
- Proved conclusively that another stack was stable
- Should be able to prove or disprove a third stack configuration by the end of the night
- Got PHPT setup for inclusion into PHP as a replacement for the run-tests.php code which means it’ll be distributed as part of the core PHP product
- Got PHPT onto the Google Summer of Code project list for the upcoming summer (as part of it becoming part of php-src)
- Fleshed out a killer business idea with a buddy of mine
- Wrote what I think was a pretty good article on relational databases
- Spent an hour at the gym this morning doing a lower-body workout
And it’s just now 5. ;-)