Monthly Archives: August 2011

Long planned CBM file restore tool is coming along

… and coming along quite nicely I should say. I had a first attempt today, then parked the code to try a different approach and parked the second one in favour of the first in the end. The reason is … Continue reading

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Glade-2 just in case

If you ever feel nostalgic about glade-2 under Debian 5 or 6, here’s how to build it: get the latest source from http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/glade/2.12/ make sure you have libgtk2.0-dev and libxml2-dev (the former has a a number of dependencies required by glade-2 too). … Continue reading

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DC2N 4: End of the road-map (finally!)

The fourth version is now stable and is going to close the DC2N cycle. Future-proof thanks to the use of USB and built-in OS drivers, DC2N 4 might be commercialized later this year along with DC2N 3.

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Job seekers’ recurring nightmare and the larger issue of unwanted contacts

Being seeking a job myself, I experienced what I would define the recurring nightmare of my job seeker fellows: anybody you’ll be seeing will recommend a CV review. They will do such with a somewhat considerate tone, even if often … Continue reading

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