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  • Birthday 09/25/1971

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  1. Visit most days. Watching. Always watching.
  2. haha, it takes the level from https://www.nationalsecurity.gov.au/ which was showing level 3, but is for some weird reason showing the default IIS installation page... I think things have gone tits-up somewhere in Canberra.
  3. Software Developer, work from home. Lots of projects on. Main gig has an office in Brisbane and was like 50/50 home/office but now more like 95/5 home/office. It's OK, I've had lots of times in the past with long stints working from home. The main issues are noise and fridges. Also, do a fair bit of electronics, here's half my office.
  4. I didn't realise it was that close to Brazil
  5. Bits of me keep breaking. I'm roughly half a Centurix to be honest.
  6. BCompSci HECS debt - didn't have to worry about money My C/C++ lecturer and mentor Richard Miller was the dude who ported Unix to 32 bit non-PDP systems and also started commercially sold the TCP/IP stacks to Tim Berners Lee Been working as a programmer for 33 years.
  7. How does Zaphod know Fords name when they first meet on the Heart of Gold? Ford took on the name when he was stranded on Earth, so there's no way Zaphod would know his name unless he met him on Earth, which he didn't. Businesses should have various hat styles and sizes depending on how high up in the company you are. Like the Catholic church, the bigger and stupider the hat, the higher up you are in the organisation.
  8. Mr Inbetween on FX. Well written, dry funny, actually good Australian TV.
  9. He made that Children track. Dead now. Cancer. If old age doesn't get you, cancer will...
  10. I'd build a word tree based on that list, it'll probably shrink the data from 1.5G to 50K...
  11. Been talkin shit Is this why the replies were double posting for a bit? wait, when was that?
  12. Lumen looks very interesting, i'll have a look at that. Thx! With the new system i don't currently work centered to a single programming language, but try my luck with multiple. Templating: Mustache (works with any programming language or framework) Client Side: HTML5 + CSS3 + LESSCSS + Bootstrap + jquery + vuejs Database: redis(sessions), elastic search(fulltext search), mariadb(master data) Server Side: Google GO + Java + Python (+ Erlang) I might also use a graph database like neo4j. All of this might sound a little weird, so let me explain. Think about the following: 1. Most of the usage of a website is passive. People search and consume content. This content can be static for a given user group. 2. People want to change the contents sometimes, this has to be dynamic. So what i'm aiming for is not a classical board software, but a system that is basically a part time static site generator mixed with client side single page app + some classic server side mvc. For example: Think about what a thread/topic for a board software is and how it is rendered at runtime for every user. Next, think about what parts of it you could pre render... etc. I understand that, sounds like a really good approach. If there's a lot of static content then something like Varnish might really help out as a static HTTP cache as well. I'm learning Vue at the moment, just getting off the Ember.js bandwagon. It's nice, but far too big for some projects. Also, Python is great. Should make more stuff in Python.
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