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Recovery

The hard drive of our main file server at work died last night around 2 a.m., sending about 80GB of precious work-in-process data into the ether. Did I freak? No. Because I keep backups. Twenty-one days worth, with a full backup every ten and incrementals in between. Yeah, it took several hours to acquire a […]

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Another great review…

There have been several on Amazon since I mentioned it last, but I found this one on a personal blog. It’s reviews like this that make me think I might know what I’m doing (trust me — that’s not always a given): Malcolm Tredinnick’s review on Defying Classification. That review pretty much covers it. If […]

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While I can’t be at the upcoming development sprint (which, realistically, it’s not like I should be — when it comes to coding, I’m a hack AT BEST), I did want to write something up about a few ideas for working with the interface that have weighed on me for the past year or so. […]

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In between other projects (new non-Blender book, editing a Blender book for APress), I’m working in a code-monkey capacity with the Blender 2.5 project. So far I’ve wrapped a bit of RNA (the Action code was/is weird), and read up on writing Operators. I’ll be helping to migrate the animation tools to the new event […]

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