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bio website johnverber.com
location San Diego, CA
age 40
visits member for 1 year, 7 months
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Current position is Software Engineer (all purpose really but a lot of Network/Systems administration, a bit of C code,a very little bit, and mostly Web Develoment with Javascript, JQuery,HTML5 and CSS3) at L3-Photonics in Carlsbad CA.

Formerly worked at Tealium in Del Mar California (over looking the beach...sweet!). I was a web engineer there and was the best job on the planet!

Still learning...love to not have all the answers as 'know it alls' typically don't learn anything...whereas people who don't know it all have a universe of knowledge to absorb. How can you add water to a cup that is already full?

I program stuff!! Mostly web development but I love programming in C#. I just graduated from CSUSM in San Marcos, CA with a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science. Working in the IITS department at my school programming web applications right now. Love to surf, to hand out the ownage gaming, throw my 8 year old daughter in the air. Hang with my lovely wife. That's about the business.


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comment Bandwidth, CPU & Memory stats returned in single line from terminal
Man! This forum is so much nicer than Stack Overflow...No offense to anyone here but on SO it seems like I always have guys who have severe deficiencies that they like to take out on others.
Feb
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comment Bandwidth, CPU & Memory stats returned in single line from terminal
ahhh! that works. The command below actually is what I will need. Easy to grab it with JSON, using the new HTML File API...then into flotr2 should work awesome. I'll throw up a little post when I'm done.
Feb
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comment Bandwidth, CPU & Memory stats returned in single line from terminal
Ok thanks for the suggestions...I almost just went credit card crazy on Amazon buying books
Feb
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comment Bandwidth, CPU & Memory stats returned in single line from terminal
Wow...that's pretty awesome. How did you come up with that? I'm new to bash scripts...I know just some simple command type stuff. Is there a super special book I can buy that will make me a bash super hero?
Feb
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comment Bandwidth, CPU & Memory stats returned in single line from terminal
I did take a look at i3status...looks pretty good. Is there any way to only call it once? Or will it just clip along by itself until you stop it?
Feb
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comment Bandwidth, CPU & Memory stats returned in single line from terminal
I'm looking for a single command in a normalized way: 1 for bandwidth, 1 for CPU usage, 1 for Memory usuage. I will be making calls to each of these individually so it's best to keep them separate.
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