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  • aschepis @pharkmillups would be an awesome way to expose people to #riak HTTP interface if you can point it at a running cluster about 697 days ago
  • aschepis @kneath totally agree. Its more than just an education issue. Its so easy to just put out a site with an unencrypted login page :\ about 697 days ago
  • aschepis @mgroeninger never really got off the ground, did it? I'll look for you later to introduce myself about 698 days ago
  • aschepis @jcbrockway try Lisp my friend. Honestly, #erlang has such a great personality that i'm happy to overlook those superficial issues about 698 days ago
  • aschepis does #rebar provide a way to launch erl with all modules loaded (a la rails console)? #erlang about 698 days ago
  • aschepis IAAS workshop at #gluecon cloud camp starting in a few. about 698 days ago

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http://code.google.com/p/co... Count It Out is a sample iPhone app (SDK version 3.0) that is intended to be a demonstration of Core Data as well as some UI controls that Apple doesn't give you out of the box (yet.) The purpose of the app is to be a generic counting app that is useful for tracking the score of your baseball game (balls, strikes, ......

While google wave may be the future of communication, it's certainly not there yet. This wave robot allows you to register to get emails whenever a wave changes (or to get hourly, daily, or weekly digests). Now you can know when an important wave changes. in the future it will also provide RSS feeds for changes on a waves as well as providing webhooks ......

My good friends Andy and Bryan collaborated with me to build this new iPhone app which is now available on the app store. The concept of the app is to act as a Heads Up Display for your life (based on your RSS feeds and email) so that you can know the important things that are happening at a glance and can then drill down to really figure it all out. ......

"I've just bought your app and have an iphone 3G. It's exactly what I've been looking for - you put the food in that you've eaten and it tells you how many calories you've eaten and how many of your daily allowance is left - thank you!" - Kirsty (UK) get it here: http://itunes.apple.com/Web... ......

http://itunes.apple.com/Web... I'm very proud to have had my first iPhone app posted to the Apple Store today. iCountCalories is a calorie tracking tool that I wrote for myself while in the process of losing 55lbs. I'm not expecting it to sail to #1 but hopefully some people find the application ......

Let me count the ways: 18.4% - Theft by employees 18% - Hackers 14% - Lost or stolen media 11.6% - Personal data inadvertently exposed Kind of drives home the importance or proper access control, doesn't it? Source: http://voices.washingtonpos... ......

I was helping a colleague debug an issue this morning in a piece of our code that filters network traffic. He couldn't get WinDbg to load symbols from our internal symbol server or from the MS symbol server and had no clue why. Finally it occurred to me that in the act of attaching to the process he was blocking the code that would have accepted the ......

Just found Dan Reed's blog recently via the Communications of the ACM Blog.  Dan's posts are generally geared towards HPC but make for really great reading.  Check it out

Lots to be please with in President Obama's latest communication on cybersecurity. He still hasn't named his cybersecurity chief but he continues to show his administration's commitment to securing both our federal cyber infrastructure as well as extending a helping hand to securing the networks of key private industries such as our power grid, banks, ......

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