So the last post of the year as I will try to look back on my personal life. My achivements and things that I think are moving for the next year.
- A whole year living in Cancun, nothing like chilling next to a beautiful beach.
- Flying to New York and watching the Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Mobb Deep, Immortal technique etc
- Starting the certification for OpenOffice.org as well as the Internships
- Building a new tech community in Cancun with Tequilla Valley
- Becoming the technical lead for OLPC Mexico and country manager for FLISOL and Software Freedom Day
- Giving some PHD classes on free software
Some goals for new year include:
- Expand the certification project to the rest of the world
- Moving back to Europe
- Going to ApacheCon and representing OpenOffice
- Consolidating a olpc group in sugar development in Cancun
- Push better quality and development community
- Finalize the OpenOffice guide and bring it up to par with the english version
- Give out a course on free software processes and environment for enterprise
- Follow the NBA and see Lebron James live game
Yesterday was my first #DevThursday in my hometown, and it was pretty good althought a bit amateurish. The big topic of discussion was the old battle of the languages. PHP vs Java and also VIM vs Emacs. Most of the developers were PHP and only one Java developer so the development of course was more on the venue of Development high impact sites an large communities where PHP rise as hugly popular and almost unmatched. Sure there are many development projects around Java but the popullarity of WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Moodle and other communities working on code builted on PHP. On the enterprise side, Sugar CMS and other enterprises like Facebook basing most of their development on the popular language.
Some of the arguments was the verbosity of Java, and the way JRE taxes the memory of most architectures and also how complex the language itself is.
PHP practicality to learn and deploy also makes it popular and viable as a business. The reputation Java on the enterprise has is also shun by how sucky the state of the enterprise is in Mexico.
C# and Microsoft was also mentioned including their Silverlight vs HTML5 argument about how Microsoft always seems to rely on the fud and how hard are the other platforms compared to them. At the same time, how most of this development become an issue when you need to debug and hack whatever the microsoft tools generate to them. Sure the tools save you time, but how much can they debug?
This was the openner to the discusion about the text editors versus IDE and most specifically vim vs emacs. With Emacs being the biggest challenge but also being the most rewarding as a geek. Emacs legacy is one of the most talked about, the shortcut maze to perform almost everything you could imagine is like the wholy grail of the competent developer. While IDEs on the other hand usually confuse people as in developing for a language as devoting to an IDE. Something that shows the rookines about how real man behaves.
So the project seems that have been fully migrated to Apache Software Foundation and new projects seems to be on the horizon. From a new build, to other projecs like the certification project, the development project and others. The education project activities seemed that will pick up a new level and be able to work on team of interns and would also fuel the project for the initial months of the project within the Apache realm.
OpenOffice.org in 2012 will see more hacking and releases under the new developers pushing code from other projects like Symphony and even a new ecosystem with ApacheCon people coming in the project.
ODF would also see the impact of the new OpenOffice.org project and I think that it would also be benefited by other projects that work on ODF implementations.
There is also the LibreOffice project that would be pushing their way on the code and be able to modify the way the office suite work. Would be interest to see how these suites become something else, making them more hackable.
Good luck to the OpenOffice.org project in 2012 and I hope that many projects continue the evolution of the project.
I am very interested in this year Heat team. Although in part is because of all that commentary about this “new gameplan” by the Heat. From LBJ, Wade new 3pt attempt diet to a more fast and flashy way to attack the basketball.
What really surprised me was the rotation that Miami seems to have when they are playing. Sometimes is great like this one, where Cole really settle and drill some crticial shots to keep the Heat affloat till the game is over. But my greatest question is what happend to the other shooters. James Jones, and even Chris Bosh on the midrange. They were completely MIA from the rotation on the last quarter which was meant to be their time as Celtics changed to a zone position and gave the issues that Heat had on the last quarter.
I wonder what Eric Spolstra have in mind and why he hide their shooters when the game is on the line.
So the season is on and the spectacular plays that the Heat did yesterday were great. Wtih the other games such as Bulls vs Lakers and compare it with the rest of the schedule, it seems that there is going to be a very well packed package full of games.
First game of the Heat, they ran over the Mavs like it was nothing. Celtics was also beated by the Knicks and other teams like the Bulls make it harder competitors.
Magics seems to be swiming in mud, OKC seems to be revitalized, what about last years with the Grizzlies and what will they do this season. I doubt that San Antonio or Rockets will wake up this year, and even the Lakers seems to be finally out and about.
Even Sixers looks like a promising team this season. Today there are 12 games including some of the teams that didn’t play yesterday like Bobcats, Hawks, Denver and others.
Timberwolves, Warriors, Wizards and Nets seems to be uninteresting while some interesting personalities like KG being dirty again.
So I am excited about the season, I can’t wait to see Miami against Celtics next Tuesday 27th. So I have listened NBA Hangtime Podcast and I tend to agree. I suggest to follow them and see what will happened behind the scene.
So what are your picks, who should come on top and who will drop down.
Now we are in some big problems after the international playboy just lost his groove. After a massive blowjob his dick just no longer work. His soul was sucked in by the last girl he would have thought off. Now he is lost on his way to Cuba through Mexico city trying to look for the magical herb that will help him step back up. But lets start from the beginning, after being in a mission abroad he met with this tall slim woman which was sweet and passionate about him. She and her daughter lived in the north part of the city and enjoy having him over almost every other day. That is before he had to realocate to another place. Meeting someone new and spending a new adventure he still try to keep a friendly relationship. With the new girl, she was wild, they had sex every other day and every other hour. She was insatiable. And that was the problem.
Now from all places we all rendevouz at the Airport and the electricity can be sense. The watery eyes on my ex as she hold tightly to her daugther as she talks to me and looks at my current gf. Is breaking my heart see her suffer like that, then again it result me a bit more surreal the way things played out.
So yeah pretty bored right now since I am in the middle of nowhere next to an old stinky guy way passed his 2nd dream. But the insomnia maximuz here with irregular internet connectivity and just being 2am, make me want to chat with someone. So blogging is a good therapy at the moment.
It has been a while since I blog without a specific topic, these dream blogging has been alright and beneficial to my blogging consistancy. I hope december doesn’t go without some good posts.
So here is some of the things I have been through lately:
* So first some bad news, I got robbed, some nasty card clonning and debited around 800 dls of my account.
* OpenOffice.org interns has been a roller coaster, some has been excellent but other has been pretty sucky. However overal I have seen this project pretty positive.
* OpenOffice.org community itself has also has it’s up and down. Sometimes I feel a bit dishearting with all the way the comunity has completly manipulate this trademark against it’s own community.
* Xmass seems to be a bit private but I think I will have a good time. I really hope so.
* My life so far has been alright, I havent had huge issues so far. My needs and expenses are withing something controlled.
* My GNU/Linux skills have been a bit stagging although delivering this new course. I would probably keep researching over these topics such as the ERP, CRM and BI systems.
* NBA, excited about the new season. Can’t wait to see Lebron James rockin’ those rims.
* The local community seems to be ongoing now and well is good to see we are generating stuff, but I am a bit disapointed we haven’t grow that much.
Well I guess that’s all and I hope things pick up better on 2012.