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  1. In Topic: What's the next TV show I need to jump on?

    Posted 13 Nov 2013

    Don't watch TV. It gives you cancer. But if you must, watch this really obscure show called Breaking Bad. You've probably never heard of it. But if you've seen it, you will understand the following:

    :wheelchair: :splat:
  2. In Topic: Favorite Snack Food

    Posted 10 Nov 2013

    Cheetos and caviar.

    Jk. I subsist on peanut butter and water.
  3. In Topic: Opinions on what language to use for my project.

    Posted 19 Oct 2013

    Go for concurrency & speed
  4. In Topic: What are you working on today?

    Posted 19 Oct 2013

    At my university's library, people always ask you to watch their stuff so they can grab a coffee or hit the restroom. I wanted to make some sort of app that discourages theft. I made a couple little web apps as experiments. Neither solves the problem completely, but they're just experiments, and I figure they might come in handy at some point.

    One is called WhereIsMyComputer. Basically, it tracks your device and stores its location online so you can (in theory) see where your computer is if it's lost or stolen. Unfortunately, it's sort of laden with issues, and people generally don't like tracking services. It's open source, though, and I stopped working on it after being too lazy to make sessions not expire (kind of a big deal, given the purpose of the app), so feel free to fix it up for me :P

    I just finished a tiny web app called Watch my PC for me. It's a super-simple concept: You enter your email, click a button to arm the security system (which simply listens for mouse movement and key presses in the browser window), and set up your smartphone to notify you when you receive mail so you can feel a little safer leaving your computer lying around. Depending on your setup and situation, it might make more sense to simply lock your computer. But again, I feel like this could come in handy.

    Let me know what you think. And see if you can circumvent the "security system"
  5. In Topic: How old were you when you wrote your first line of code

    Posted 19 Oct 2013

    15. Great age to start, IMO. My dad set me up with VB, I made a "Hello " + name GUI, and moved on to Java. Good times

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