Monthly Archives: January 2005

Paradigmatic Software Development: Week 1

I started my first UMass Dartmouth class last week, it’s called “Paradigmatic Software Development”. You can read all about the syllabus and course objectives here if you’re so inclined. Following are my notes from the first reading assignment (Chapter 1 … Continue reading

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ProFTPD and jailing users

I moved all my sites to a couple months back on Joe’s recommendation and I’m hosting sites for a couple buddies on it right now. One of the problems with opening your server up to your buddies is that, … Continue reading

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dropcash and Java

If you’ve ever needed to raise a couple bucks for a project, a birthday or a fundraiser, you should check out dropcash (by Andre Torres). dropcash lets you set up a personal fundraising campaign using paypal and TypeKey. The campaign … Continue reading

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