You Know You've Lost Touch With Your 'Peeps' When...

by M. David Peterson

I've been laughing so hard from what follows that its taken me five minutes just to get to the point where I could type again...

Brutal honesty with a smile, :)

From: Sylvain Hellegouarch
To: "M. David Peterson"
Date: Sep 14, 2006 6:51 AM

> G:\PyPod.Net\trunk\SaxonConsoleTest\bin\Debug>SaxonConsoleTest.exe
> Setting configuration
> <hello-world xmlns:clitype="http://saxon.sf.net/clitype"><output>
> 1.4142135623730
> 951</output></hello-world>
>
> :D
>

I know we're geeks but what did you just say?


Hmmm... I guess when I sent the copied portion of the above message as part of an unrelated thread it would be make sense that Sylvain would have no idea that I was saying "SWEET! Extension functions are working! :D"

I'll remember to add "SWEET! Extension functions are working! :D" to the top of the message next time ;)

Thanks for the laugh, Sylvain! :D

4 Comments

Sylvain Hellegouarch
2006-09-14 06:19:27
Well man I usually follow you but this time, I was completely lost in the maze that is your mind :-)


And we are geeks not nerds so that makes it OK to ask ;)

M. David Peterson
2006-09-14 10:39:45
>> Well man I usually follow you


I don't think I have ever heard those words before in my life... I think I have a tear forming in the corner of my eye ;)

Kurt Cagle
2006-09-14 18:31:11
This of course also means that as a minimum we can always reference the square root of two from Saxon!


I'll try hooking up with you tonight - faced a SERIOUS head cold last night that would have made recording difficult.

M. David Peterson
2006-09-15 01:29:19
@Kurt


>> This of course also means that as a minimum we can always reference the square root of two from Saxon!


Even better... From Saxon, via System.Math.Sqrt()!


And with that -- I think I've lost touch with more than my 'peeps'! ;)


>> I'll try hooking up with you tonight - faced a SERIOUS head cold last night that would have made recording difficult.


I always thought your Kermit the Frog impression would make for a *GREAT* podcast! ;)