Monthly Archives: June 2006

Picture of the TGV Defect

On her blog, Jenny has the following image we got from the echocardiogram last week: Here’s her description of how we got the image, and what the image means. The heart ultrasound machines don’t have printers like the regular ultrasounds, … Continue reading

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A Day Full of Appointments

Last week, Jenny had a full day of doctor’s appointments to check up on the pregnancy.  The important thing is that everything is going well, with the obvious exception of the heart defect that they found before.  We met with … Continue reading

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Units and Measures with JScience

As part of my employer’s Java News Brief series, I have written an article on Units and Measures with JScience.  In the article, I discuss how you can use JScience to help deal with scientific, mathematical, engineering, and financial units … Continue reading

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