Brad Fitzpatrick (brad) wrote,
Brad Fitzpatrick


I feel sorry for non-programmers sometimes. Actually, often.

I can't think of anything more gratifying than seeing something you thought up and worked on for days (and nights) run and do the right thing.

And I can't think of anything more fun intellectually stimulating than debugging.

I've been sitting here now examining tons code, logging tons of info, sniffing traffic between different sections (client to proxy, proxy to backend) and I finally saw the problem... and it makes so much sense. And now I have a greater understanding the of the whole system, and where the proper place to do certain stuff is.

I've been on a "good" sleep schedule lately. Screw that. I have no early classes anymore... It's time to get back into late-night hackin'.
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