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aka a wireless link from my office to my home, this is my new pet-project, more about this in d00dz.org

More than one year without a single post. Probably because of the biggest project Haxent made until today, A multi-million users email system that we just got the formal acceptance now. Fiuu.

What can I say? Ive just convinced our contractors and the rest of Haxent that a multi-million users email system with scalability was possible. More than one year latter, WE DONE IT, It's running, stable, and it can grow. :)

My little girl now is 1 year and 6 months old, I'm a proud father, and besides that I've just assumed one more webmaster'ing, from http://ipimaanaim.org.br, the site of my local church. One more.

Finally that win32 projects is (almost) over.

Ive lost this weekend fighting a DLL-hell-win32-api-doesnt-work-as-expected. bleargh. win32 programming is awful.

I already said that Im father now? My little girl is 14 days old now.

8 Apr 2003 (updated 8 Apr 2003 at 15:01 UTC) »

I'm father of a beautiful little girl, Débora Liz Granato Bruder. Im terrified and tired, but very happy :)

haxent is back.
30 Apr 2002 (updated 2 May 2002 at 03:02 UTC) »
Quartz and UIK are so much better than Crystal. I want a Sony-Ericsson P800. Ouh. and that contract for syslog processing and stats are in good shape, there is a big chance that we will made it.

My car is still broken. :/ car insurance companies sux.

BTW, advodiary is cool.

Argh. We (me and my wife) got involved in a car crash. our poor litle car got smashed in the process yesterday late at night (10pm). :/

hundreds of RAS's SYSLOGs converging to just one place to be processed and analysed. just some terabytes of data. and we have just 2 quad-450MHZ SUN Enterprises.

Verde666 is leaving Conectiva, will marry and move to Florianópolis, SC, in front of the beach (to work with Python). It's the end of world as we know it.

WORK Well. We worked untill 3AM monday. And my flight was 7:30am tuesday, who needs to sleep? worked all day @TIM Rio de Janeiro, our app worked (almost) flawlessly, made only on the emulator. *cool*. One problem: only 9600 BPS... argh. but our little trial went well.
8 Apr 2002 (updated 8 Apr 2002 at 14:10 UTC) »
"UML, XML, SAX, DOM, SOAP, CORBA, RPC, .NET. Oh how I hate these buzzwords ;) But it's ok. I'm enjoying my new job.". Duh. ruda is exposed for the first time to the corporate world. Heh. 3 months in a TELCO company gave me eons more experience in that acronym-swamp. BTW, I'm also enjoying my new job.

We (me, ruda and kojima) are working in a TRIAL for a big brasilian bank for tomorrow(!!). acidbase, gwm and eliphas are working in another contract (with YA bank). yep, buzzword- compliant work: GSM, 3G CELL PHONES, PKI, XML, UML projects, SAX parsers, SOAP, cryptic OSes (Symbian), C++, Java, blah, blah, blah. It's the wonderful new mobile corporate world. (BTW, that Nokia Comunicator is a brick, but I want one, too :))

My wife now wants a vacation trip. oh well.

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