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bio website bitlucid.com
location New York, NY
age 34
visits member for 5 years
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I'm hirable at bitlucid.com, code a ninja game at ninjawars.net, do crazy art when I can at dnaexmosn.deviantart.com, and code open source stuff at github.com/tchalvak

Code in:

  • html/css (come on, tell me webdesign isn't coding, dare ya)
  • javascript
  • php

Want to code in: - Clojure

Want to code on: - node.js

Formerly Tchalvak


Mar
1
comment Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Hohoho. Mainly I was curious as to whether any php-native implementation of blowfish was fast, seems like a php implementation might suffer from speed issues. Maybe I'll upgrade on some weekend when I don't feel like going out at all.
Mar
1
comment Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Is this a solution that you've used yourself for password hashing?
Mar
1
comment Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Sounds about right, I'll try the package upgrade.
Mar
1
revised Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
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Mar
1
asked Php: How to enable blowfish hashing on a debian server
Mar
1
comment 'Singleton' application - or let the user only launch one instance of a program at the time
If they know the hotkey shortcut for opening new windows, they know enough to let them do what they want.
Mar
1
suggested suggested edit on Enable blowfish-based hash support for crypt
Feb
28
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
28
answered 'Singleton' application - or let the user only launch one instance of a program at the time
Feb
25
accepted How to get the latest version of git-core on debian lenny
Feb
25
comment How to get the latest version of git-core on debian lenny
This, I found out just a bit ago, (should have refreshed) is true.
Feb
25
answered How to get the latest version of git-core on debian lenny
Feb
25
asked How to get the latest version of git-core on debian lenny
May
17
revised How can I configure apache to cache the images that it is serving? Right now it is giving headers that look like: “max-age=0”
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May
14
comment How can I configure apache to cache the images that it is serving? Right now it is giving headers that look like: “max-age=0”
I mean, I'm vaguely aware of amazon's s3 stuff, but I wasn't really aware of any other major push to act as a CDN for arbitrary person.
May
13
comment How can I configure apache to cache the images that it is serving? Right now it is giving headers that look like: “max-age=0”
Err, you mean like a third-party CDN? Do you have one that you recommend that I could use or something?
May
13
asked How can I configure apache to cache the images that it is serving? Right now it is giving headers that look like: “max-age=0”
May
13
comment Default all php generated and apache served pages not to cache
I was sure that ctrl-F5 or holding ctrl while hitting the reload button works too. Might want to test that theory, though.
May
13
comment Where is the best location to keep shared-developer website files in the linux hierarchy?
Right now deployment is simple: git pull It's just that I'd like to keep that simplicity while -not- serving the root of the repository (and instead only serving /www/ and deeper). Thus /var/www/ doesn't work, and I'm trying to figure out where the perfect location is.
May
13
revised Where is the best location to keep shared-developer website files in the linux hierarchy?
Edited to clarify my process.