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    VW Spark Plug Holder

    Buying a 3D Printer has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Not just because I love to make things, but it’s sheer usefulness in making things that are otherwise hard to find, obsolete, or where the shipping for a $1.50 part is… lets just say a lot more than you would think.

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    The United States v1.2.0 Released

    The updated version (1.2.0) of The United States iPad app is out! The last release was in 2014 and Apple sent me a message that it was going to be removed from the App Store unless I updated it. I’ve completed a bit of coding and testing and poof it’s available.

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    The United States v1.2.0 Testing

    I’ve been poking at an updated version (1.2.0) of The United States iPad app. The last release was in 2014 and Apple sent me a message that it was going to be removed from the App Store unless I updated it. I don’t really make any money off the $0.99 price tag. It used to be enough to pay for the developer account but has dropped off over the years. Could be I’m not a great app/software markerter too.

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    F-Engrave macOS Package Update v1.65

    Packaged up an update to Scorchworks F-Engrave GCODE generator for macOS. It has been a few versions since I updated the package so there was a bit of overhead in getting things set up and working again. I also took the time to clean up the build and update scripts that I use to make the package. One of those, “leave it better than you found it” moments. Perhaps my future-self with thank my current self for the extra work.

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    Good Commit Messages

    As a project drags on, my git commit messages get less and less informative

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    COS 470 - Mobile Application Programming (Spring 2018)

    This course is about developing mobile applications. Students will develop for iOS with Swift, Android with Java, and Cross-platform with JavaScript/HTML/CSS. The course is almost entirely project oriented and will rely on students being well prepared in their reading, research, and development skills.

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    COS 460 - Computer Networks (Fall 2017)

    This course covers computer networks organized as a layered architecture based on the TCP/IP and ISO OSI Reference Model. Protocols and services of each layer are examined in detail. Specific local area networks, metropolitan area networks, and wide area networks will be considered.

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