Monthly Archives: November 2013

Perl: Practical or Pathologically Eclectic? Both?

There are two canonical acronyms for Perl: “Practical Extraction and Report Language” and “Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister”. Arguably, Perl can be both.

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A few thoughts on BitCoin

Mindmap of a few thoughts on BitCoin I’d meant to turn into prose (still might)

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Vlinder Software announces Arachnida version 2.2

Vlinder Software is announcing the release of version 2.2 of Arachnida, our HTTP server framework for embedded devices. This version introduces two important features: a hardened, more versatile OpenSSL plug-in: we’ve scrapped the plug-in that was originally created for version … Continue reading Continue reading

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