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Kristian Rosenvold
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[ANNOUNCE] Spring 3 convention-bean factory, start your spring-based unit tests 3 times faster using this new extreme-lazy convention-based application context loading mechanism. Get it while it's hot at https://github.com/krosenvold/convention-bean-factory
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Your new password; getting out of the password swamp once and for all.
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True. My e-mail as broken into and used as by spammers. Password was probably leaked by the Sony incidence(s)
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I geotag because i'm in an odd place :)
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Hehe, et finsk begrep som henger igjen fra barndommen - sto på alle panelovnene våre også :-)
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Which Linux distro should I choose, now that ubuntu seems to have gone officially down the drain? 11.04 is /not/ good. I'd preger something debianish 
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I have been considering switching back to debian. Debian unstable should be more stable than ubuntu 11.04 :)
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Selenium meetup at Opera software in #Oslo (Waldemar Thranesgate 98) at 15:00 this friday. Be there ;)
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So I've always been troubled by crappy WLAN's in my hotel rooms and everywhere else I go. I always seem to end up with maximal signal quality around 35, and it seems like most my devices need 40 to function properly. Not any more.

Using the following stuff, I seem to get decent access all the way down to network signal strengths in the 20's; I have yet to determine the exact lower bound. But certainly throughput increases with better quality.

I configure the dlink router to function as a repeater, which means I can sign on to the hotel network from my iPhone/laptop as if it were the normal network. The only difference being that it works ;)
You can basically use any wireless access point that supports repeaters and just buy the external antennas. I seem to be getting more punch towards the hotel AP by using the directional antenna vs the unidirectional one. So I point the directional antenna at the hallway and use the big unidirectional antenna to provide access within the hotel room.

Please note that komplett.no are quite expensive wrt the directional antenna, I bought mine for about 2/3 the price elsewhere. As can be seen from the picture, the unidirectional antenna is quite large ;)

http://www.komplett.no/k/ki.aspx?sku=623085
http://www.komplett.no/k/ki.aspx?sku=357863
http://www.komplett.no/k/ki.aspx?sku=578308
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Yes. The wife has surrendered to an entire bag full og gadgets, laptops, xPads and cables in the standard kit. It's still less than her toiletries
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Agile pragmatic programmer in Java, C# & Web-technologies, git-nerd. Apache Maven committer/PMC, Selenium committer
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    Informatics, 1996
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