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alexlapinski: Adventures in JavaScript, Development and other Esoteric Topics

So my wife was kind enough to get me a qua-copter for christmas and I’ve been playing with it for quite some time. It’s pretty tough to get the steering correct and actually get it to where you want it…

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So, I was reading up a little bit about the upcoming CoreOS and came across Docker a container system for mitigating the issue of running application or services on different hardware, and resolving the dependencies, interactions, etc. Docker itself seems…

So… nPacked, not so great. http://code.google.com/p/cyg-apt/wiki/GettingStarted Seems to be much better, I’ll post a review in a bit.

Just found this: NPacked So far seems pretty useful, I started installing python & ‘core packages’ for simple commands on windows.

A friend just showed me the github repo for “Howdoi” a command line too that scrapes stack overflow for results to your plain text query. Pretty damn cool. I just used it myself while working to lookup how to add…

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So, as I was playing around with C# Dynamic Objects last night, and it occurred to me. If you use RDF files as the verification filter for a “dictionary backed dynamic object” you can have C# act like JavaScript, but be enforced by the external RDF….

I’ve finally got off my ass and decided that I should start posting my ideas out on the web. So here goes. Hopefully you’ll be seeing more of my million dollar ideas. The main thing I want readers to know…