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Friday, January 16, 2009

Victor James Clarkson De Luca, Version 1.0

After 9 months of hard work and alcohol avoidance, Josefina and I are proud to announce that we have managed a stable release of Victor James Clarkson De Luca. Version 1.0 was released on January 5th 2009, before you got to work.

There are no known bugs, as yet. Here's a screenshot:

15 comments:

Matt Hellige said...

Congratulations! Is that already a little smile?

phil varner said...

Congrats!

J. Suereth said...

Congrats! Are you planning a second release?

dr said...

Congratulations! Think hard before a second release. The complexity growth of these systems not not linear, it's more like O(n^2) at least.

Stefan Schulz said...

Congratulations, Ricky!
Seems quite a feature rich release with a stable API. Well done!

apocalisp said...

Congrats, Ricky. With a name like that, he's destined to write a treatise on civil government or something.

Ricky Clarkson said...

Apocalisp,

Nah. "Version 1.0" is not part of his name.

Erik Engbrecht said...

Congratulations!

(ok, have Google's computers developed a sense of humor? The CAPTCHA is "birthyb")

Robert O'Connor said...

Congrats :)

Yardena said...

Congratulations!

Alex Miller said...

Congrats and watch out for the output stream!

gnufied said...

Congratulations Rick. But will it work on Linux?

Martin Cameron said...

Congratulations, Ricky. Presumably you didn't do too much alcohol-avoidance!

Amar said...

Congratulation Rick for junior Rick, don't give him any version..............

hannan said...

Congratulations ,I like baby ,and wish your baby happy forever!!

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