Christopher Aedo's Resume ([email protected])
Teradata, Rancho Bernardo, California (November 2017 - Present)
Teradata Corporation is a provider of database and analytics-related software, products, and services. The company was formed in 1979 in Brentwood, California, as a collaboration between researchers at Caltech and Citibank's advanced technology group. Since then the company has been through …read more
UPDATE: There's an updated version of the recipe that is even tasier and slightly healthier too, check out the updated recipe here!
When I was growing up, almost every weekend my mom would cook these awesome pancakes for breakfast. They were a little different (and way better) than the standard …read more
tivo is for suckers
OK, that title is unfair. TiVo is pretty great, I bought a series 1 in 2000, and within the first year added a giant hard drive (120gb WAS pretty big in 2001!) and a network card. A year later I got DirecTV and the Philips TiVo that worked with DirecTV …read more
More people finally catching up!
Barefoot running on the radio
On national radio, the editor-in-chief of Runner's World (David Willey)
shills for the shoe companies while spreading misinformation. This piece
on NPR from last week started promisingly, but the guy doing the story
didn't bother to question this statement:
"If you are a very efficient and biomechanically gifted runner, running …
About Christopher Aedo
For the longest time, this site has had no "about" page. It's Christopher Aedo's personal blog, so it's not very professional or career oriented. Just the same, there are plenty of useful tech-related posts sprinkled in here and there (so there's definite bleed-over between private and professional stuff). In addition …read more
Mashing with steam
shoes are bad!
EXCELLENT book, probably one of the best I've read recently:
Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen
Good article (shoes are bad!), Popular Mechanics says so!
Another good article (seriously, shoes are bad!), Popular Science agrees!
[UPDATE: Some interesting links …