My Secret Life as a Spaghetti Coder
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Para el gordo y la flaca de xorBlog, you can visit the xorBlog page. You can even check that the unit tests are running if you have some time to spare.

It's been a few weeks now, but I finally had time over the last couple of days to start doing some coding (for this project), and therefore, I've finally got that "minumum" amount of functionality to start the blog.

Sometime soon I'll go over what's been done so far, and why it was done that way. For now, welcome! I'm a graduate computer science student at UH (as you can see in the about page). I guess I started this to help me learn, and hopefully you too. We'll be covering topics like OOAD, coldfusion, java, test driven development (and other agile methods/practices), and my journey with Ruby and Rails, among other computer technology related subjects at my whim.

For now, sit back and relax. That's what I'm going to do.

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