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The Interapp Development, Inc. Blog covers the comings and goings of activities within the company as well as code samples used to solve unique programmatic situations.
Last Updated: 11/1/2009 11:00 AM

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Welcome to Interapp Development, Inc.'s official website. It's been a long time in the making, but with a bit of work and patience it's finally here.  It's always the plumber with the leaky pipes.  Fortunately, we've been in busy in business for about 3 years now and have been very fortunate to have been enduring through these tough economic times and hope that the recovery reaches those who need it, fast!

In this blog, you will learn about the day-to-day happenings here at Interapp and hopefully you might find and occasional nugget of useful information to help make your life easier.

The first thing I will pass along is this "Time Management" lecture, done by Randy Pauch, author of the famous book, The Last LectureI THINK EVERY PROFESSIONAL SHOULD WATCH THIS LECTURE AT LEAST ONCE!!! In this lecture, the professor gives a much more pragmatic lecture than in his previous life-lessons lecture, but I think the overall moral of this talk is to manage your time wisely so you can have a life outside of work and have time to enjoy those who matter most to you.  It's a great hour-long talk, which I usually like to listen to once or twice a month.  If you decide you like it as much as I do, I would suggest using the website to convert the video into and mp3 so you can load it onto your ipod.  You can either click here to check out the video or watch in the player below.

On a side note, the man referenced in the talk by Randy (as being in really good shape) actually introduced Randy in a longer unabridged version of the Time Management Talk, is Professor Gabriel Robins.  Professor Robins was Randy's colleague at UVA and is the original collector of the compilation of many quotes used on the side-bar of this site.  Ironically, if you'd like a good way to procrastinate for an hour, visit his page, Good Quotes by Famous People.

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Mahatma Gandhi
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“An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.”
- Mahatma Gandhi
(1869 - 1948)