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Ruby on Rails

While most programming languages seem to take steps toward big, full-featured graphical IDEs, Rails development seems to have gone the reverse: back to the command line, command line editors, and minimalist interfaces. Today, I’d like to share with you several

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I’m Back

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve posted; about three weeks, actually. To the one or two readers I have, my apologies that you don’t have something to waste your time on twice per week. I’m getting back into the

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GNU Screen and Byobu Made Easy

For the *nix elitist, no graphical tool comes close to the power that the command line provides. While this may strike some people as odd, particularly those who only have experience with Windows, it’s a pretty well known fact that

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Going Open Source

The first time I wrote a full website, I made a lot of mistakes. A LOT. Although not completely obvious from looking at it on the outside, H2H Security Group is built on a pretty shoddy content management system (CMS).

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Meat In A Tin

Over the past week or so, I’ve found that one of my other websites, H2H Security Group, has been getting a lot of spam. Unfortunately, it’s not just the random ads from bots. Bots I can deal with, and it’s unlikely that they’ll ever get past registration because there’s a reCAPTCHA in the registration. No, I have to deal with credit card spam.

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