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Netty Pure Java Serial Port

Physics and Software

January 20, 2016

Intro

Typically when interacting with serial ports from Java you have three options:

All are actually mature solutions but SerialIO is a commercial product and JSS and RxTx either require the native libraries to be intalled/compiled for the host platform. Personally, I've had issues with RxTx and the C++ source code . . .

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Migrating from Tumblr to Octopress to Ghost to Silvrback

Physics and Software

January 20, 2016

I need something simple... so I can spend time writing code instead of dealing with hosting.

Tumblr Archives
http://beauhinks.tumblr.com/

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Setting up a 2013 rMBP

Physics and Software

January 20, 2016

I recently acquired a 15" 2013 rMBP for development purposes. This is an ongoing post detailing setup once the system arrives.

Unboxing and Initial Config

  • Poweron, follow prompts for user/iCloud/keyboard config.
    • Opted not to migrate from existing system
  • Enable firewall in system preferences
  • Disable startup noise: sudo nvram . . .

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Old Play2 Multi Project Tutorial With Swagger and Metrics

Physics and Software

January 20, 2016

Intro

I've grown very fond of lieningen for managing dependencies and builds with Java and Clojure projects.
However, I'm currently working with some projects that rely on SBT for their build system.. namely the Play! Framework.

This guide is intended to show how to create a simple Play! Framework application with individual . . .

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Building a Vagrant Box for Parallels

Physics and Software

January 20, 2016

Intro

Generally I just use VirtualBox as my provider when using Vagrant. However, I recently bumped into a scenario where I needed to run a Parallels 9 VM (Windows) and other Ubuntu machines for which I already had Puppet provisioners. Unfortunately, Parallels and Virtualbox do not play nicely together either causing a lockup of the host OSX . . .

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Getting Started with LightTable 0.3.x

Physics and Software

January 20, 2016

I spend a lot of time in Eclipse and Vim on a daily basis. But, I also like to try new editors, one of which I have been following since they started their Kickstarter campaign... LightTable.

I'm also new to Clojure so I've dabbled with various setups of Counter-clockwise, emacs, and vim for Clojure development.

Chris Granger gives an . . .

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