It's been an interesting experience so far. There are days when I barely have time to breathe, then days when I have time to write posts like this.
Really, it feels like we need more experience shipping product. But I can't complain, because that's largely why they hired me.
I'm working full time for a medical device company, building hardware and software that can detect forms of brain impairment, such as post-concussion syndrome.
(I don't want any misunderstandings: I'm more on the app side than that probably implies. They have researchers who've already handled the math involved in processing the scan.)
Strange New Worlds e3
Story-wise, I think episode 3 was fairly dull.
But I like what it did for Una.
I'm also noticing that SNW is taking a new approach, never really taken before in Star Trek*: It's introducing its characters one at a time. There's no scene of Data pulling Wesley out of water and explaining he's an android, for instance.
[*]-Yes, Discovery _sort of_ did something like that by introducing the characters in two passes. This is different than that still.
At one point it looked like it would work, but I got greedy. I wanted duplex.
I develop for iOS and servers. I have a wife, a son and a tuxedo cat. I play ukulele. Vaccinated.
Mastodon x appdot.net = fun? A place for former ADN users - on the whole