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David Coburn
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OMG John actually had something positive to say!
Is it opposite day? After some hands-on time, I am forced to deliver a rave review of Windows 10.
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If you took all the energy out of something, you’d reach absolute zero, the coldest temperature of all. But is there a h…
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TempleOS is somewhat of a legend in the operating system community. Its sole author, Terry A. Davis, has spent the past 12 years attempting to create a new operating from scratch. Terry explains th...
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Fascinating!
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So true
XKCD's "Nerd Sniping" is the epitome of rabbit holing. The geek's Achille's Heel. I recently decided practice my algorithms skills everyday by working through Skiena's Algorithm Design Manual and doing some Interview Street problems. To make it somewhat more interesting I decided to do all the ...
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Now this sounds interesting.
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And I just bought a raspberry pi...cool!  Thanks!
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Tom Brady is now the greatest quarterback in NFL history. Prepare your fragile little eggshell mind for a tsunami of Cold, Hard Football Facts that will overwhelm the opposition and prove the obvious.
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The world belongs to people who code. Those who don’t understand will be left behind.
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Quite thoughtful.  Now if I just applied a few of these
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I can testify to that!!!
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Interesting.
A growing number of scientists suggest that depression is a result of inflammation caused by the body’s immune system.
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Develop programming tools, manage client and server executables
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  • Meditech
    Computer Scientist, 1990 - present
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  • Pinkerton highschool
    1982 - 1986
  • Western New England College
    Computer Science, 1986 - 1990
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There Goes Tom Brady, the Best Who Ever Lived
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Tom Brady is now the greatest quarterback in NFL history. Prepare your fragile little eggshell mind for a tsunami of Cold, Hard Football Fac

How I Trashed the Wells Report from a Swan Boat
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Does anyone else find it odd that every football fan with a computer has been weighing in on “Deflategate” (a name I will not be using again

Hey, devs! Those software libraries aren't always safe to use | Computer...
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Flaws in third-party software libraries often find their way into products, a problem that will occupy developers and sysadmins next year

A simple new circuit design could double cellular and WiFi bandwidth | E...
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A new radio design from the University of Texas may have found a way to transmit and receive data simultaneously, without the need for speci

Cache is the new RAM | MemSQL - The Database for Speed, Scale & Simp...
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This is a talk given at Defrag 2014. Screen Shot 2014-11-11 at 3.37.03 PM. One of the (few) advantages of being in technology for a long tim

Why Is Software So Hard To Develop?
www.drdobbs.com

Software is hard to develop for many reasons: We must figure out what to do, do it, and ensure that we have done it correctly.

What’s So Bad About Gluten?
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Millions of people have sworn off wheat, but there’s little science to support them. Michael Specter investigates.

Radical New Theory Could Kill the Multiverse Hypothesis | Science | WIRED
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Mass and length may not be fundamental properties of nature, according to new ideas bubbling out of the multiverse.

Don't learn to code. Learn to think.
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It seems like everyone is trying to learn to code: Code.org has celebrities like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Chris Bosh telling you any

UTF-8 Everywhere
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Microsoft has, ever since, mistakenly used 'Unicode' and 'widechar' as synonyms for both 'UCS-2' and 'UTF-16'. Furthermore, since UTF-8 cann

Samsung Chromebook 2 (XE503C32) | Samsung Chromebooks
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Visit Samsung today for Samsung Chromebook 2 You'll find product and support information for our products and information about our company.

How to be a sane programmer
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Business Insider published an article today called The Stress of Being a Computer Programmer is Literally Driving Many of them Crazy. It cov

Agile Is Dead (Long Live Agility) - PragDave
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Thirteen years ago, I was among seventeen middle-aged white guys who gathered at Snowbird, Utah. We were there because we shared common beli

Programmers, Teach Non-Geeks The True Cost of Interruptions | DaedTech
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Interruptions are one of the biggest sources of inefficiency for programmers. Now, to be fair, they're probably a big source of inefficiency