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KWeaver
Dallas Texas
I teach technology and computer science in Dallas, Texas and was diagnosed with diabetes in 2002.
Interests: Dog Agility, Diabetes, Computer Science, Java, Visual Basic, programming, web design
Recent Activity
Didn’t get around to doing much blogging on the cruise. While the internet was great when it was up and I could login, it was down a lot. Mostly when we were in or close to port. Oddly enough it... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Living with Diabetes and Lapband
I had NO idea how much Dulce helps. This is the last trip I take without her, and probably the last time I’m out without her. People ask about alerts, and she does alert, but she really doesn’t has to.... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Living with Diabetes and Lapband
I haven’t had a need to treat blood sugar for a long time. Before Dulce was trained. And yeah, she isn’t with me. Yes I’ve had lows, but it meant move a meal closer because Dulce alerted early. I had... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Living with Diabetes and Lapband
First, see http://blogs.kweaver.org/adventures_in_training_th/2016/05/macy-and-dulce-tried-to-kill-macy.html if you haven’t already. I research everything about TSA, and Love field is running normal the night before. We get to Love before 7:00 am and there is a HUGE line already. I ask the facilitator at... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2016 at Living with Diabetes and Lapband
FYI: Most of this is in pieces on Facebook. So, I don’t know exactly how this happened, but I have a pretty good idea. I was getting ready for our Alaska cruise, and was switching purses. I know I had all the edible stuff higher than Macy can reach when I got distracted and ran a quick upstairs errand. I come downstairs and find Macy eating Orbit gum. As always when little beagle girls are naughty, I grab syringe and hydrogen peroxide. Dulce swallow hers and upchucks. Macy, drama queen, fits me tooth and nail. And then doesn’t upchuck. Well,... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2016 at Adventures in Training Dulce & Macy
So to be able to do IOS development with Visual Studio, my IDE of choice, I had to get my Surface to connect to the MacMini. Things I like about the Surface over the MacBook: OneNote – I log all... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
The killer was that One Note does not work well with the Mac. I do have a MacMini and I could do something really interesting -- Mac In the Cloud. So either should be available for finishing up a iPhone... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
But brought home a MacBook - this one is about the size of my Surface 3. Below are the specs. The MacBook Pro had an old style hard drive and was just too heavy for me to manage. This should... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
Haven't gotten far, but all three platforms have the same "stuff". Ways to draw the app on a computer and ways to write code to make stuff work. App Inventor, Visual Studio, and XCode, all have a graphical interface that... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
So I've gone through the language and like more languages it has the important things: variables, types and how to assignment them math conditionals methods and functions arrays classes objects Now not all languages have everything, but a good programmer... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
The tutorial I'm using: https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/referencelibrary/GettingStarted/DevelopiOSAppsSwift/index.html Is an Swift playground. Apparently playgrounds are interpreted and have their own mark down language. You can actually write code in Swift, and see it execute as you go. Not a bad idea. Apparently Apple... Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
First, I've had this conversation with other programmers. The more programming languages you've worked in, the easier the next one is. Which is rather shocking to find out that a friend who followed me in computer science at Southern Mississippi... Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
I've been installing the tools I teach with. Microsoft Office products, Scratch, setting up bookmarks etc. So far, the only thing I don't like is that everything is backwards. I'm also not sure I like the trackpad. Oh, and I... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
Which reminds me, I need to check on my MacMini memory. I've had a MacMini 2 for a while, however, I have decided that for development I need a portable device. So I went to the Apple site and the... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
I’ll start out that I only despise one health insurance company and their business practices more and that is Cigna – they sold my medical information to the Korean insulin pump company back in 2004, so thereabouts. I had UHC... Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2016 at Living with Diabetes and Lapband
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I created a pretty website, I really like for the American Beagle Relief Network, I’ve got it up on Azure as http://ambrnet1.azurewebsites.net/ However, GoDaddy has donated web hosting space, and I am trying to move it to http://www.ambrnet.org which is... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
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On 04/30 I reached 81% sleep efficiency with my Microsoft Band. Check out my full session! This is why I like the Microsoft Band over the Apple Watch https://dashboard.microsofthealth.com/sharedevent/Sleep?eventId=kurl%3a%2f%2fprodphswus.dns-cargo.com%2fprod-pod-wus-0x0%2fac888546-a152-407c-b6f7-692de10fab00%2fevent%2f2519402202269257770 S Sent from my iPhone Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
Three afternoons at the dental school really wore me out. I have trouble sleeping the night before and usually the night of. Being in the chair for 3 - 4 hours really wears me out too. My student is improving... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2016 at Living with Diabetes and Lapband
Yeah for me! I managed to find my old Typepad app and restore it to my new iPhone. Checking to see if it works. Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
Still don’t have the energy I would like, but the insomnia treatment is going well. I think this week will be my last visit. I know why I don’t sleep, I have lots of strategies to make it better, and... Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2016 at Living with Diabetes and Lapband
I am definitely keeping the iPhone. Yes, I still have a SIM in a Windows phone so I haven't completely abandoned it, but I'm probably going to give one of my Lumnia 950s to my husband. The apps on the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
I went to the Apple Store yesterday and came home with an iPhone. I haven’t completed given up on Windows yet, I’m still have a SIM card in a Lumina 950 XL – and use it for my work account.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
I’ve been to the insomnia clinic again – twice. Once for intake and yesterday was an actual session. It was good. I’ve been doing well on the follow up too. I’m in the process of setting up a schedule. I... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2016 at Living with Diabetes and Lapband
I’m using a full monitor, keyboard and mouse with my Lumia phone to post this entry. It is an email message, but it’s still great. I’ve got the monitor, keyboard and mouse from my Mac mini hooked, primarily because they... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2016 at Technology and CS in Dallas
I do Windows Phone so not sure if it would work for me, but this looks like fun: Though it does say connects with Windows. The reviews are good, but I know that I’d have to have two – one for each cage. I still suspect Macy would end up eating all the food. Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2016 at Adventures in Training Dulce & Macy