Coding: Finally, I'm writing code again. I'm starting off small, writing a simple SMTP client that tests for open relays using the same set of tests that the MAPS TSI test runs. Once I've got it minimally working, I'll stick it up on SourceForge (the project page has already been approved). Once that's done, I really need to dust off rblcheck and bring it up to date (with the most recent RBL listings).
Life: Thought I lost my wallet on Saturday. Found out that a local restaurant I had visited that night had it waiting for me. Relaxed immesurably. ;-)
Work: Still cleaning up from last week. More people let go today, and we're all trying to figure out how to make up for the lost hands on a few projects (especially revision control; the release manager was "released", without a suitable replacement for most tasks he was covering).
The biggest problem I'm expecting to come down the pipe soon is the lack of problems. Let me explain: we're going to be in maintenance mode. No new projects, and doing only the bare minimum to keep us in a holding pattern and keep up a reasonable sales level. Smart move for the business, since I'm guessing they'll find the profitability they've been seeking within a few quarters. However, not so much fun for people like me, who prefer new challenges to keep them interested. So, I suppose it really is time to dust off the resume and find something new.