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Working on some fougasse loaves from my sourdough.
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Beautiful and looks delicious, Pat.  
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This just came out:
MWRC 2014 is changing things up again in 2014 and is now part of a full week of events. The week will start with two days of JavaScript, then a day of DevOps, and close with two days of Ruby. We are calling this MountainWest HackWeek!

MountainWest HackWeek
Match 17-21, 2014
Salt Lake City, UT
http://mtnwesthackweek.org/

MountainWest JSConf - March 17-18, 2014
MountainWest DevOps - March 19, 2014
MountainWest RubyConf - March 20-21, 2014

CFPs are also open for JavaScript and DevOps. Please help us spread the word and encourage your friends to submit as well.

Our selection process includes a blind evaluation by a diverse group of advisors. Make sure your proposal stands on its own. If you have any questions please ask!

~Mike
mike@mtnwestrubyconf.org
MountainWest HackWeek is three conferences over five days. Come rub elbows with some of the smartest hackers in the world. JavaScript Two Days DevOps One Day Ruby Two Days. March 17-21, 2014. Salt Lake City Public Library; 210 E 400 S; Salt Lake City, UT 84111. © MountainWest Ruby, LLC.
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There's been discussion in recent weeks about Real Salt Lake being a better side with Devon Sandoval as the target man instead of Alvaro Saborio, and the talk has escalated with fantastic...
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A championship series against the Timbers ... I've gotta say that's a pretty sweet matchup.

Neutrals should love watching two teams playing attractive, attacking soccer.  Both games are liable to do well in terms of TV audience too.

Best of all, I think RSL matches up well.  Salt Lake holds a 6-3 aggregate lead at home and is tied 3-3 in PDX.
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According to Soccer by Ives (see http://www.soccerbyives.net/2013/10/klinsmann-expresses-offseasons.html for details), Klinsmann is again asking MLS based USMNT players (or hopefuls) to look for loans in the MLS off-season.  So, where do you think the following could go, and what would it do for them?  (Note, all of the below is speculation.  I haven't heard anything about any such loans, and I don't have any reputable sources who would tell me anything.)
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Beckerman - I think he'd do well on a loan spell in Mexico, or maybe Costa Rica, I've heard rumblings of teams trying to sign him before, so maybe he could get a good spot with a decent team.  A bit of technical play over the winter certainly wouldn't hurt.

Rimando - Could he command attention in a smaller Euro league?  With all the disdain the Netherlands get for being a "scoring over defense" league, that might be a good place for him to keep his shot stopping well honed.

Beltran - I think his stock has sunk a lot, but maybe a solid loan spell could breathe some interest back into his candidacy.  The question is where could he secure a loan that would do more than help him @ RSL.

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Saborio - While not playing for the USMNT, Sabo and the Ticos might benefit from some additional playing time. Then again, maybe this time would be better used in resting up and recovering from an injury plagued year.

 What do y'all think?
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We're getting ready to review and redesign our internal post-mortem process at work.  If you had the opportunity to do a refresh on your process, what questions, activities, and/or deliverables would you want to ensure were part of your new way of doing things?  Why? 
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We're getting ready to review and redesign our internal post-mortem process at work.  If you had the opportunity to do a refresh on your process, what questions, activities, and/or deliverables would you want to ensure were part of your new way of doing things?  Why? 
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I've been encouraging clients to ask how they could modify systems/processes/personnel to detect, measure and respond to future instances of the incident(s) being reviewed, and to then desk check how the incident may have been handled if those suggestions were in place. Documenting what happened (and why) is important and necessary but it's not sufficient. My experience is that when a team goes through this type of simulation , they're better able to deal with subsequent incidents. As a side note, I try to have the most junior person on a team present as a second scribe for post-mortems. They can ask the most wonderful and revealing questions :-)
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Check out the comments from about :45 seconds on ... minor league, PDL, and academy ... Wow!
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Great find
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http://www.rslsoapbox.com/stats-analysis/2013/11/12/5095626/lineup-changes-show-flexibility-aids-success-over-mls-but-at-what-cost

Some more statistics for all you numbers loving folks.  I do think it's interesting to see how much churn RSL has had in it's starting lineups, and to think about how deep we are now because of it.
There's been some talk from sides across MLS -- including Real Salt Lake, certainly -- that the impact of having to switch personnel is a an undoubtedly negative one. On one hand, it's easy to find...
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http://www.socceramerica.com/article/54532/earthquakes-launch-development-team.html

Looks like more MLS teams are firing up PDL sides as part of their development process.  I'm hoping to see RSL do the same.  I can't think of a better way to keep the Academy grads in the fold while maintaining their NCAA eligibility.
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Very interesting. I hope that #RSL  does this soon. I think a team in Boise would be great.
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    Major Incident Manager, 2013 - present
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