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location Spokane, WA
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I enjoy clean, object oriented code, simple & powerful api's and slick solutions. I try to give back but more often than not I ask more than I answer :)

I work at a silicon coast .com doing back end integration and big-ish data work.

I am primarily interested java, Eclipse and maven. However, I've been known to dink around in Python, Perl, Bash Scripts, Windows Scripts, HTML, javascript, PHP, CSS, C, ASP, VB, C#, OSGi, PDE, RCP...and the list goes on. Lately I've been learning hbase, hadoop and getting really deep in solr.

I occasionally blog here and I have contributed open source code & documentation here and here.


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awarded  Commentator
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comment Bash script to find and kill a process with certain arguments?
man alive, the more I use 'nix, the more I love it :) thanks for this!
Nov
28
comment iptrace for linux: how can I trace full packet contents?
Ug, thank you! That was not obvious to me :)
Nov
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accepted iptrace for linux: how can I trace full packet contents?
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asked iptrace for linux: how can I trace full packet contents?
Oct
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accepted export script function
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comment export script function
No, it was sort of a half solution. I think I was on the right track with this, but had a few pieces missing. Thanks.
Oct
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awarded  Editor
Oct
10
revised export script function
added 212 characters in body
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answered export script function
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asked export script function
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accepted touch all folders in a directory
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comment how to have find on a directory with a changing pattern?
When I put it in my .bash_profile using the 'function name(){...}' syntax it works.
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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comment how to have find on a directory with a changing pattern?
I can't seem to get the functions to work though :( Some tutorials say to use 'function name() { ... }' but this differs from your syntax. Neither seems to work. Is there something else special that one needs to do?
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accepted how to have find on a directory with a changing pattern?