Seroter.Add(Child Noah)

We interrupt the regularly scheduled blog posting for a quick personal note. On Friday night (10/26) at 8:27pm, Noah Donnelly Seroter was born to two very happy parents. You’ll probably see more 2AM blog posts from me in the near future.

I wanted to be at the SOA/BPM Conference this week in Redmond, but right now, pretty much everything else in the world matters a little bit less.


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15 replies

  1. Congratulations to you and your wife Richard!

  2. congratulations …!

  3. Congratulations! Sleep when you can…

  4. congrats richard! you will be missed

  5. …at the conference, I mean!

  6. Congrats Richard!!!

  7. Congratulations to you and your wife Richard!

  8. Congrats! Interesting that you can just do a Seroter.Add(). Does that thread lock and sleep for 9 months (23667694500 milliseconds)?

  9. Chris, there’s a “factory pattern” joke in here somewhere, but I can’t get it just right 😉

  10. Hi Richard,
    Congrats to you and your wife 😉

  11. Richard,

    In this case, is the factory pattern simply an overloaded singleton? Inquiring minds want to know. But they also want to know how the he** you have the time and energy to blog!

    Stop that! Go to sleep! You will need all you can get.


  12. Congratulations enjoy while they are small.

  13. Congratulations Richard…


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