If you can handle the weather in Boulder, Colorado this winter (2018-19) you can probably handle the weather in Alaska. Well, southern Alaska, anyway. This is the weather in Talkeetna, Alaska or Boulder, it doesn’t really matter because they’re about the same. Of course the huge difference is the darkness in the winter. (Image from wunderground.com).
At a Meetup in Boulder, Colorado last night I learned about the Jupyter Notebook project.
Here’s a little plug for my business systems analyst services that I offer in the Boulder/Louisville, Colorado area: A Boulder, Colorado User Story Mapping example on the Valley Programming website. It’s a short example that demonstrates user story mapping using my Radio Pi project (which was first conceived in Boulder) as an example. User story mapping is a great technique for creating a shared understanding of a complete software system.
Here’s a photo of a big sky over the Rocky Mountains, just south of Boulder, Colorado on January 28, 2014. I saw this same sky in Denali, Alaska once many years ago. Breathtaking both times. (Click the image for a much larger version of it.)
Here’s some information about the Boulder, Colorado Chautauqua, courtesy of the menu at the Chautauqua dining hall.
A cow driving an old Volkswagen van, as seen in an ice cream shop somewhere on the Pearl Street Mall in Boulder, Colorado.
Sorry, it's a quiet week here on alvinalexander.com. I have family in town this week on vacation, and they're keeping me pretty busy.
Driving into Boulder, Colorado — the hospital is just a mile up the road on the right — there’s still some snow in the mountains as of June 2, 2018.
If you’re coming to Boulder, Colorado, the TravelBoulder.com website looks like it might be a useful resource.
I don’t take too many photos of traffic intersections, but this is a favorite view of Boulder, Colorado and the Rocky Mountains. In this image I am on South Boulder Road, with the city of Boulder directly ahead.