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richo’s 12 days of haxmas: pt3

After vanishing off the radar for a few days, I can now unveil groundstation. Born of a discussion at work about how all existing solutions to issue tracking and project management pretty much suck, and my natural flair for finding … Continue reading

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richo’s 12 days of haxmas: pt2

As I eluded to in yesterday’s post I used doko to do some GPS lookups for mapgit. After playing with it briefly after lars sent it through, it looked like a much more flexible solution (and one that’d work on … Continue reading

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Updates to proxyElite: pE-API and fresher proxies

Over the last few months, I’ve been working to refine the beast that is proxyElite to provide more functionality and better results.  One of the key ingredients for that was the pE-API, an HTTP API to our proxy databases.   This … Continue reading

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brainfuck and insomnia

I couldn’t sleep, so naturally I wrote a brainfuck interpreter. Actually, if you want to get technical I wrote this a while ago. I spent about 2 days on it, and in the end just could not get the bastard … Continue reading

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Taking back your mobile phone

Remember 10 years ago when you were happy if your phone had the Snake game[0] or a color screen?  Now we’ve got all sorts of smart phones loaded with applications, media and functionality.  Recent news has shown these apps aren’t … Continue reading

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Writing IRC bots using ii

I recently read about ii, a file-system based IRC client, over at IRC-Junkie which really sparked my interest.  ii provides a clean interface of FIFOs organized under a directory structure for users to communicate with an IRC network.  After playing … Continue reading

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