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Soccer, Ruby, Outdoor, Food, and Linux loving Mormon geek
Soccer, Ruby, Outdoor, Food, and Linux loving Mormon geek

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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? 

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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Working on some fougasse loaves from my sourdough.
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Check out the comments from about :45 seconds on ... minor league, PDL, and academy ... Wow!

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My favorite way to prepare turkey.
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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

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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.

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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