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Simple, Elastic & Agile

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

Ok, something from 50+ years ago I encountered during my AM reading –  I stumbled across this item that relates well to keeping stuff ‘simple’ (i.e. short in duration…) The context was actually a ‘biz’ article with something like, “For meetings, most results/work occur during the ~1st 20 minutes of the meeting – the ‘rest’ Continue reading →

Android: Working with Data structures using Python (part 1)

Sunday, August 18th, 2013

  Ok, you have an Android device (or two) and you want to explore the available data structures using Python and SL4A.  Where to start? For this post we will assume that: you have little or no experience with Python as well as little or no experience with Android programming, but, you do have experience Continue reading →

Fedora 18 (Linux)

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Fedora 18 Released January 2013 Always 1st – Big ‘hats off’ to Open Source and folks contributing/refining/supporting/moving-forward!  My comments reflect a ‘gut reaction’ to what I am seeing/encountering – and I do expect others to both share and hold different views. Ok, I put off moving ‘up’ from FC 13/14 since the introduction of the Continue reading →

More Awk with CSV/DSV files

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

CSV/DSV Basics CSV = Comma Separated Values DSV = Delimited Values, i.e. comma (,), pipe (|), tab ‘\t’, etc. Why Use Awk? The approaches used by most scripting languages are quite similar – understand one and picking up another is usually pretty easy; Awk, while perhaps ‘syntax-querky’, is relatively easy to work with. While there Continue reading →

BSD Milter-greylist smfi_main error – won’t start after ‘system upgrade’

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Ok, you have a system that you partially manage (the ISP updates/installs ‘system’ level goodies like networking, foundation email binaries, system level libraries, etc.) All works well for months (or longer) and then, you start getting SPAM from Country ZZ (which you are sure you ‘banned’ using milter-greylist.)  Hmm..  In my, case I also get Continue reading →

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