Just a quick note of appreciation for all of you out there. May you have a merry Christmas and I hope the holiday season finds you with good friends, family, and in good spirits, even if you're not celebrating anything or are celebrating something else.
Thanks for an amazing year, and here's to another in 2008.
And rather than have a separate post next week, let me take the time to say "Happy New Year" to everyone on the Gregorian calendar, or any derivative of it that puts your new year at the first of January. =)
And now on to something less technical... suffix arrays
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Thanks for all of the great postings over the year (and all of the comments!). Have a great holiday season.
Posted by Peter Bell
on Dec 24, 2007 at 09:34 PM UTC - 5 hrs
Posted by finty
on Dec 26, 2007 at 03:50 AM UTC - 5 hrs
Your posts have been an excellent reality check for me over this year. I spend so much time on the technical details of things, it has been both refreshing and inspiring to read things such as the My Job Went To India posts and the like. Keep up the good work :)
Posted by Ben Nadel
on Dec 26, 2007 at 08:11 AM UTC - 5 hrs
Thanks for the kind words.
I'm glad you're finding value in the MJWTI posts. I really enjoy writing them, and it gives me a chance to review what I've done and what I need to do to be where I'd like to be.
As you know, I've also much enjoyed the technical aspects of your blog. It helps keep it real for me, since I've been doing very little tech stuff in the last several months (or at least it seems that way). The last thing I want to do is become an ivory tower wizard, doing nothing technical or practical. =)
Posted by Sammy Larbi
on Dec 27, 2007 at 10:30 AM UTC - 5 hrs
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for all our wonderful world:-) More warmth to whom that warmth is missing in their life, more adventures to whom that think their life is boring
Posted by Woman 4 ever!
on Jan 13, 2008 at 08:55 AM UTC - 5 hrs