Deftones - You've Seen the Butcher - Timing

Posted on Sun 24 February 2013 in blog

Maybe the name of this blog should include something about ADD or OCD. Either way, enough time was spent perfecting this, I figure I might as well share it with the Interwebs.

I'm a big fan of Deftones and their 2010 album Diamond Eyes was unsurprisingly awesome. You've Seen the …

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Named Pipes between C# and Python

Posted on Thu 13 December 2012 in blog

There's a lot of over-complicated information on the internet for communicating between a C# process and a Python process using named pipes on Windows. I'll start with the code:

In this example, I implement a very simple protocol, where every "message" is a 4-byte integer (UInt32 in C#, I (un …

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Rename SVN Repository

Posted on Wed 14 November 2012 in blog

It happens sometimes: You'd like to rename your SVN repository. Well simply renaming the directory on the server won't do the trick.

Thanks to Miky Dinescu's post, we find that the best way to do this is use svnadmin dump and svnadmin load to export, and import the old repository …

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Cyanogenmod 9 Nightly!

Posted on Sat 09 June 2012 in blog

I am happy to say that I am running Cyanogenmod 9 (nightly, dated 20120608) on my Galaxy Nexus!

CM9 Screenshot

I am very happy with it, and have noticed no problems, which is pretty impressive because this is a nightly build, not even a Beta / RC. The CM9 team has done a …

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Android 4.0.4 OTA update

Posted on Mon 04 June 2012 in blog

A couple days ago, I started getting notifications that a system update was ready for install. This was the IMM76K (Android 4.0.4) OTA update that people had been impatiently waiting on for a while. After making a nandroid backup (via CWM), I decided to give it a try …

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