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Up for rent!

906 N. 83rd St. is available for rent. Please check it out! :-D $3650 a month for a three bedroom, two bath with a couple of bonus rooms and a bit of a yard is a good price I think. Go for it!

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Almost a scanner

I don’t have things glued up, the Festool dominos are holding things together quite fast. It works! I was going to work on the electronics bits, but I had a bit of a technical issue with the lighting… so onto the...

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Almost set with the rental

The house will go off the sales market on Tuesday the 20th and go on to the rental market that same day. At the same time this is all going on I was reading someone’s analysis of the movement of Seattle’s population....

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Ready for renting

All signed and ready. On Tuesday the house in Seattle will be on the market for renting. It’s not something that was on our radar up until maybe a week or two ago, but we’re on board and ready for this to be a thing....

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More scanner progress

The main site has had a lot of progress over the past couple of weeks and I figured that I needed to get the scanner up and running soon to get some actual, not fake, content up on the site. I have a bunch of plans and designs...

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One Thousand Eight Hundred and Five

1805 is the number of days until I turn 50 according to Siri when I asked her. My goal, at this point, is by the time I turn 50 I’ll be in a semi-retired state living outside of Washington. 1805. I’m thinking of the...

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I think I still might have it

It’s been a while since I was working like a hacker. Sitting down and going from zero to a working system in just a few days. The cutlist program is to the point where it’s real. And it happened in only just two and...

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Unit tests FTW

I always tend to come out against unit testing for a lot of reasons. I have some carve-outs where I do very much like unit testing. Today I ran into one of those cases. Today I was writing the inner loop of some intricate logic....

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Pure algorithm

I was working on the cutlist project, you know my weekend project, today and I think I got the core logic of it figured out and working. I still need some tests for it, but it looks like the overall layout might actually work...

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Options on the house

Since March we were chasing a falling market in Seattle trying to sell our house. It’s still not sold despite the fact that we’ve dropped the price $125,000. We can sell the house if our lives depended on it, but I...

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