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I'm a Java developer with exposure to several other languages and platforms including .Net, Ruby/Rails, and Flex.

I've worked on a variety of types of projects ranging from short term individual work to very large scale, multi-phase projects using multiple large development teams.

I've developed both back end message processing systems as well as end user facing webapps.

I most enjoy working on smaller teams with other talented developers in an environment where we are responsible for the entire application stack end to end.

I'm lucky enough to have a great job that I enjoy leading a product development team at a small company in Dallas, but I'm always interested in hearing about other opportunities. Feel free to take a look at my CV on Stack Overflow Careers.


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asked How can I script the creation of a single partition that uses the entire device?
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comment Why would Ctrl-C behave differently than kill -2
@AlanCurry That's great info. Thanks!
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comment Why would Ctrl-C behave differently than kill -2
@Gilles, I've updated the question to include some of the information you're requesting.
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added additional details about the application and the environment in which it is run
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asked Why would Ctrl-C behave differently than kill -2
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comment Find files alphabetically before a given string
This doesn't seem to work. I changed the last part of the awk script to be $0 < ref and that works, but since there are no spaces in the output of find the $2 field doesn't exist. Am I missing something?
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comment Change the order of displayed fields of arbitrary command output
I guess I shouldn't have used ls -l as my example. Thanks for the answer.
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