I stayed to the end of Detective Picachu to see which pokemon would be in the next Avengers movie. Spoiler alert: It's Charizard.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) May 11, 2019
Design patterns are not pokemon, you're not supposed to catch them all to put them in your app.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) May 8, 2019
If you told me that Xander Schauffele played quidditch in the Harry Potter world rather than golf in this world, I would have believed you.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) April 14, 2019
Just a reminder:— sal denaro (@sdenaro) April 12, 2019
When someone offers you safety equipment the correct answer is “yes, thank you” and then you double check you’re using it correctly.
Do this every time.
No one else thought that black hole image rendering looked the the circle image from The Ring?— sal denaro (@sdenaro) April 12, 2019
This isn't just tech, it's true of finance and banking as well. You can make it through 16+ years of education and never be exposed to anything other than pop culture, peer groups and the white dude western canon.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) April 6, 2019
I have a livejournal I can't delete because I don't have the password or access to the email account linked to it 😂🤣😅...😮🤨😬— sal denaro (@sdenaro) April 5, 2019
glances at watch….are they mathematically eliminated yet?— sal denaro (@sdenaro) March 28, 2019
Whenever I read about an FDA recall I cross my fingers and hope it’s cilantro.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) March 25, 2019
It never is cilantro.
I am now suspecting that even bacteria finds cilantro unpalatable.
In a world where Comedy Central hosts a Ted talk series, this would be an Emmy winning episode.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) March 12, 2019
It’s impossible to hear Blue Oyster Cult's “Don’t Fear the Reaper” and not fixate on the faint cowbell in the background.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 28, 2019
It’s exactly the right amount of cowbell.
Few things are as discouraging as a 20 comment Facebook argument between two people that only occurred because neither participant read anything more than the headline.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 22, 2019
Anything worth doing is worth doing really badly multiple times until you figure what you’re doing wrong, what you need to change and what ends up working for you in the long run.— sal denaro (@sdenaro) February 20, 2019