Doug Borg

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Comcast

Chris: Hi, thanks for shopping Comcast my name is Chris. Do you have any questions about our products or services that I can help answer?

You: I am moving to a new house. What is the best way to set that up and ensure I get the best deal?

Chris: I’d be more than happy to assist you in getting new services.

Chris: Do you mind if I ask a few questions to make sure we get the ideal package that best suits your needs?

You: Sure

Chris: Thank you! Just to check before we move on, are you a current Comcast customer or have you had Comcast service in your name within the last 120 days?

You: Yes.

Chris: Thank you for being a Comcast customer!

Chris: May I have your complete address and zip code, as prices and plans vary by address?

You: For the new house or current house?

Chris: For the new house please.

You: XXXXXXXXXX Denver CO XXXXXX

Chris: Thank you for providing your complete address with...

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gdub

I wrote a little bash script a while back to help with some inconveniences I ran into while working with Gradle projects. I also used it as an excuse to experiment and play with running an open source project. If you use Gradle, I hope you will find it useful.

Check it out here.

Let me know if you think anything about it could be better.

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Hi.

Welcome to the new and improved dougborg.org! I plan to post about the stuff I work on as a Software Engineer at ReadyTalk and other related projects and technologies. I focus on software build, test, and deployment automation. Some call this sort of stuff “DevOps” and I don’t usually have the heart to disagree with them. However, I do fall more in the camp of DevOps as a collection of practices, ideas, and tools rather than a job title or team.

In any case, I work on the “CI” team at ReadyTalk and we do the DevOps-y things; expect to hear more about it.

I have tried to get started on blogging a few times in the past, so bear with me. I will do my best to keep posts amusing and informative. In the meantime, this:

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