I wanted to post a quick shout-out to my alma mater department, Computer Science at James Madison University. They invited me back to be a part of an external review team, which means that I got a chance to visit … Continue reading
Category Archives: My Life
Just wanted to mention that we’ve chosen a name for the software system that I am developing as part of my dissertation. It will be called CRAFT: Configurable Runtime Analysis for Floating-point Tuning. With the name set, I have started … Continue reading
Yes, folks, there is life after marriage. After a very nice ceremony and reception, we hung out with friends and family for a day or two and then took a few days’ vacation at an excellent bed & breakfast on … Continue reading
Yes, I’m that geek who pauses for a moment on the morning of his wedding to post on his blog. Hey, at least I didn’t propose over Twitter.
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Just wanted to announce that I am now engaged to the lovely, gorgeous, and generally amazing Lindsay Walters, whom I have been dating for nearly ten months. I proposed this morning near a beautiful frozen lake in the national park … Continue reading
So the summer draws to a close. It was quite eventful. Highlights: teaching a class, getting work done on Dyninst, and of course, Lindsay! Classes at Maryland resume tomorrow, and hopefully with them a more regular schedule. Summer is nice, … Continue reading
In case you found my previous entry a bit vague, today’s item on my Facebook newsfeed may help with its interpretation: “Michael is listed as in a relationship with Lindsay Walters.”
I sought shelter in an earthquake–I was told to stand firm and cling to what I know to be strong, and at the same time to allow the ground to shift under my feet and to follow, even pursue, its … Continue reading
I’m doing science and I’m still alive! (don’t get it?) Yes, folks, the Free Arrow is still flying true, all evidence to the contrary aside. I’ve been going through one of my “ignore-the-blog” cycles for the past month or two, … Continue reading