usability grades: checking the flight status on an airline

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usability grades: checking the flight status on an airline

April 24th, 2011 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I’ve tried checking the flight status from a mobile device for a number of different airlines this year.  Both flights I was taking to check they are leaving on time and for flights arriving with friends/family.  I then tried a few others for the purposes of this blog entry.  Care to guess which of these […]

“head first” style aria

September 2nd, 2009 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I attempted to give a Head First style speech at the Toastmasters humorous speech competition. As a moderator at JavaRanch, it seemed fitting to put a transcript of one iteration online. While it changes a bit each time I give it, this is the idea.. Shown here with a bit of organization. This was given […]

javaranch – the web based pick winners program

May 25th, 2009 by Jeanne Boyarsky

JavaRanch uses a Java program to pick the weekly winners for book promotions.  It previously used a serious of classes that went the URLs, parsed the data, went to more URLs, picked some random winners and then output them to a file.  These contortions were done because the old software was hard to change.  With […]