My primary home machine as of this writing is a 2008 model MacBook Pro, and every since I have upgraded it to MacOS X Lion, I’ve have had nothing but problems with it. I held of on upgrading until iOS … Continue reading →
One great thing about the blogowebs is that you never know what sorts of posts you might run across, and this post about self-modifying code and the Space Shuttle OS is a prime example of that: And it reminded me … Continue reading →
I came across a good article via del.icio.us at IBM developerWorks titled “Standards and specs: Not by UNIX alone” which talks about the various Unix standards including POSIX, as well as why most people who know software development well prefer … Continue reading →
Apparently my last post about this same topic got around a bit on the net, and last week I received an e-mail (as well as a site comment) from one of the founders from Indeed telling me they’d fixed the … Continue reading →
As I’m slowly getting closer and closer to finishing my Computer Science degree, I’ve started to look at the possibility of going to grad school. I’d really like to learn some advanced topics in Computer Science such as Artificial Intelligence, … Continue reading →
Java, the software developed by Sun Microsystems in the mid-1990s as a universal operating system for Internet applications, gave NASA a low-cost and easy-to-use option for running Spirit, the robotic rover that rolled onto the planet’s surface on Thursday in … Continue reading →
devnulled is a blog which caters to software development related issues with a pro-unix and open standards slant. Over the years devnulled has been featured on Slashdot, Digg, the Indeed Blog, O’Reilly Hacks, and del.icio.us/popular.