Month: March 2012

An Itch is Scratched

Most of my day is spent editing code. I don’t use just one editor, though. While Kate is my favorite, some editing tasks are faster in vim, some in Netbeans. It depends a little on what I’m doing. And in the course of the day changes to files come in through source-repository updates (hg pull […]

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NLUUG Spring Conference 2012

This year’s NLUUG Spring Conference is on Operating Systems — a “good ole’” topic for an association for professional UNIX administrators, now broadend to include Open Systems and Open Standards. This edition is special because it’s in cooperation with the NGN, and it’s bigger and broader than other recent NLUUG conferences. You can catch folks […]

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