Anyone who was at Tech Ed, if you happen to find a Wedding Ring, with "6-10-78" and "...There is Love" inscribed on the inside, could you see that it gets back to me?
Long story, but in recent months, I have been going through treatments that have caused me to lose lots of weight. Among the consequences of that is that my wedding ring occasionally falls off. I resisted folks telling me that I should get it resized, in the hope that I would put the weight back on and then would have to get it sized again. Silly me. Sometime on Friday, I lost the ring, never heard or felt it fall off, did not notice it being gone until we hit a resturaunt for dinner Friday night.
Getting it back would be a very nice thing, as I doubt that I will be able to put another 28 years into any replacement ring. The old ring was frankly a cheap, some would say crappy ring, but having it back would mean the world to me and my long suffering wife, Jean...
I don't think so, as I say here.
The Internet offers any numbers of ways to learn about software development, but it is difficult to do on a Web page the sort of thing that a good book can do.
What do you think?
It will be "Geeks With Cancer and Other Serious Diseases", and I will have some swag to give away from my friends at Red Gate (the folks who sponsor Simple-Talk.com, the site where my article on cancer survivorship appeared.
Geeks with Cancer and Other Serious Diseases
Day/Time: Tuesday, June 13 7:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Computer folks with cancer and any number of other serious chronic and/or life threatening diseases have some special issues that they need to be concerned about. Making time for treatment, planning for succession should the worst happen present special challenges. This Birds-of-a-Feather will let developers who are dealing with these issues get together and discuss these issues.
Session Type(s): Birds of a Feather