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BACnet Committee Meets in San Francisco

Our BACnet committee and working groups met in San Francisco in May, 2012.  It was fun to see friends, enjoy some cool weather, and eat some good food in a big city. Next door to Pacific Gas and Electric, our … Continue reading

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BACnet Meetings and Embedded Systems Conference

I had BACnet meetings the week of May 2, 2011, in San Francisco. It also happened that the Embedded Systems Conference was the same week in San Jose. I perused my BACnet meeting schedule, and found that I could attend … Continue reading

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BACnet Meets in Salt Lake City

The BACnet committee met in Salt Lake City at the end of June.  We had a large number of Addenda that had finished public review, and had lots of comments for which to respond.  Salt Lake City had some interesting … Continue reading

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Sharkfest ’08 Conference for Wireshark

I was invited to attend Sharkfest ’08, a conference for Wireshark users and developers, held March 31-April 2 at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California. I had a great time, and am so grateful that Gerald invited me to … Continue reading

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BACnet at Long Beach

We had our Summer BACnet committee meeting in Long Beach, California. We mostly discussed new addenda or responses to public review comments on addenda that had been out for public review. Our traditional Saturday evening BACnet dinner was held at … Continue reading

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California Differences

Having just moved to San Diego, California, I’ve noticed some unique things about it that I wanted to write down before they became commonplace to me. Traffic lights – only one light above two lanes. Snails on sidewalks after watering … Continue reading

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