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    nimbletext.com NimbleText: About Us

    NimbleText is a microIsv, created by Leon Bambrick co-creator of TimeSnapper I'm a software engineer from Australia and a father of two. I steadily improved NimbleText for five years before releasing it as a product. It was originally called 'The World's Simplest Code Generator.' and released thr... Read article

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    mimul.com Top 125 Blogs for Development Managers - Mimul's Developer World

    Top 125 Blogs for Development Managers - Mimul's Developer World Top 125 Blogs for Development Managers. Re: Top 125 Blogs for Development Managers. Nr Site / Author PR TA A R Hits Cmts 1 Joel on Software Joel Spolsky 7 2357 40364 6090 2 Coding Horror Jeff Atwood 6 3472 54474 3870 1916 3 Seth's B... Read article

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    dbvt.com Dave Burke - Everyman Links for August 8, 2008

    One day you'll turn off those "You've Received a Big Fat Check" emails. Thought provoking quote via SecretGeek of a Joel Spolsky line from an intro to Eric Sink's new book, "The Business of Software." (Whew! That was a mouthful already!) The quote from Spolsky was "One day, you'll turn off the fe... Read article

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    cs.hubfs.net F# on Hansel Minutes (again)

    (disclaimer -- i'm preparing a talk on F# and keen to steal By secretGeek on 1/14/2008 10:16 PM ( permalink ) I haven't submitted them yet, but the slides should be available at [link:codemash.org] when they're ready. By dcampbell on 1/15/2008 4:30 AM ( permalink ) Apologies about getting your na... Read article

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    rickborup.blogspot.com Fiat volpes: "You are not inadequate" [humor]

    5.01.2006 "You are not inadequate" [humor] Feeling overwhelmed? Awash in new technology? Unable to keep up? The secretGeek has good news: You are NOT inadequate . Ahh, thank you. I feel much better now. (This is largely humorous, but it makes a very good point, too.) Read article

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    charlespetzold.com Petzold Book Blog - Of a Book Entitled Mr. Turing's Computing Machine

    — Bret Patterson , Sun, 2 Mar 2008 11:37:17 -0500 (EST) i'm really looking forward to reading this. — secretGeek , Mon, 3 Mar 2008 17:46:56 -0500 (EST) Hey Charles, can you explain (perhaps in an nice, pedantic article?) how iterators created with yield return construct in C# 2.0 really works? I ... Read article

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    kapie.com TimeSnapper Plugin | Ken Hughes

    Yesterday on Leon’s Blog, secretGeek , I noticed they had released v3.4 of TimeSnapper. One of the features that caught my eye was the ability to develop/add plugins to it. Anyway, the TimeSnapper plugin model looked really clean and easy to use. Read the one page description and your ready to go... Read article

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    blog.bigquizthing.com The Big Quiz Thing: Back to Back to the Future

    October 23, 2010. Who is Quizmaster Noah Tarnow?. BQT Blog Archive. Twitter Updates. Twitter Updates. Become one with the Facebook blog network…. BQT Links. Site Meter. Back to Back to the Future. 7comments:. As you are perhaps aware, to commemorate 25 years since the release of Back to the Futur... Read article

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    aliothsan.livejournal.com Aliothsan: "How to be depressed"

    The Secret Geek has a satirical article about how to be depressed . Apart from being really funny, I think the advice could be really beneficial if you just reverse everything. The list of abstract destructive thought patterns ("heuristics from hell"?) was kind of eye-opening, for me at least … Read article

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    galaide.org Tales Of Brave Ulysses » Blog Archive » links for 2009-10-24

    Tales Of Brave Ulysses. links for 2009-10-24. My Visitors. Wordsmithy. Archives. Recent Flickr. My del.icio.us Bookmarks. Bloggity Blog Blog. Damn Crazy Liberals. Eco-Friendly Tree Huggers. Geeks & Computers. Guam & CNMI. Links. Music Music Music. News I Can Use. Science. Space & Astronomy. BBC S... Read article

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    gilzilberfeld.com June 2009 ~ Geek Out of Water - Gil Zilberfeld's Ramblings

    Geek Out of Water - Gil Zilberfeld's Ramblings. Sunday, June 28, 2009. Saturday, June 27, 2009. Thursday, June 25, 2009. Wednesday, June 24, 2009. Tuesday, June 23, 2009. Monday, June 22, 2009. Tuesday, June 16, 2009. Monday, June 15, 2009. Wednesday, June 10, 2009. Tuesday, June 9, 2009. Monday,... Read article

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    alvinashcraft.com Dew Drop – September 3, 2013 (#1,616) | Morning Dew

    The Geek Shelf Top Links Microsoft: This is why we bought Nokia and What’s the strategic rational in acquiring Nokia? Here’s Microsofts answer and Ballmer: Stephen Elo Read article

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    blog.zarate.tv Juan Delgado - Zarate Part time cuddler

    I usually cuddle in my code, my opening "{" is always in the same line. This is not a trivial decision: Linux vs Windows, Vi vs Emacs, you know, the Holy Wars of the geeks . Choose one side and fight for it till your last drop of Coke . 2) Inconsistent tabulation. You kidding me? You want to me u... Read article

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    bleedingedge.com.au Bleeding Edge: Bridging the gap

    They do that randomly to annoy me (I use public computers, and this occasionally happens...MAYBE another user's preferences foists this on me, but I don't know for sure). Back to MS-I don't see why they can't appeal to both newies and geeks...I mean, how hard is it to have an interface tailored t... Read article

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