GUNNAR Optiks Computer Glasses Review

Intro

As one might expect from a computing professional, I spend a lot of time in front of LCD screens. This is coupled to the modern assault of Compact Florescent Lights (CFL). These are both heavy on the blue spectrum. Depending on what you read and believe [1], this can ...

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No Nonsense Logging in C (and C++)

A lot of times people do zany things and try and reinvent wheels when it comes to programming. Sometimes this is good: when learning, when trying to improve state of the art, or when trying to simplify when only Two-Ton solutions are available.

For a current daemon project I need ...

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Monty, stop trolling!

Monty has resorted to another round of hand-waving in his post MySQL saga. This guy is starting to become an embarrassment to the FOSS community.

Some people accuse him of "selling out" in some moral sense; this is not the case. As a technologist, I can imagine liquidity is a ...

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Biting the Hand That Feeds

Granted, I'm not a Groklaw junkie. Lawsuits are the epitome of bureaucratic boring and are not a creational activity. So, keep in mind that I only read the occasional major headlines from The SCO Group's escapade in futility. It does come as a relief that the show is ...

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But First, Write No Code

Something I see often in person and online are programmers constantly implementing common solutions, reinventing wheels, or embracing NIH.

Before you do this, please consider the Kev009's Oath - "But First, Write No Code". This is a solution to a variety of problems in software development, but today's article ...

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