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bio website agiletech.ie
location London, United Kingdom
age 34
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Programmer for 20y (since I was 11). Architect/Lead for hundreds of complex web projects.

Hire me: I work as part-time CTO while I also run one of the best developer teams in Europe who specialize on bespoke Software as a Service project development.

Ambition: Make web development more about point-and-click and less about command-line. Make it super-easy for new developers to write web apps.

Open-Source Project I work on, Agile Toolkit (). It grew quickly to become a great alternative to development with conventional frameworks. It's currently getting ready for next major release.


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answered imapsync - Authentication failed
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accepted Interactive shell based on SSH and UDP
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comment Interactive shell based on SSH and UDP
Bingo. mosh.mit.edu
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revised Does Linux really need Anti-Virus (other than hosted file scanning)
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accepted Does Linux really need Anti-Virus (other than hosted file scanning)
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comment Does Linux really need Anti-Virus (other than hosted file scanning)
@mailq it's related, but not duplicate.
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comment Does Linux really need Anti-Virus (other than hosted file scanning)
@ErikA ok, what you say about denying the threats makes sense. Could you reply properly, so that I can accept?
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comment Does Linux really need Anti-Virus (other than hosted file scanning)
I don't know the value of a contract.
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accepted Create ZIP archive without storing permissions?
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accepted Nginx - shorter “expires” for args match
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comment Does Linux really need Anti-Virus (other than hosted file scanning)
It's no trouble to install AV, but I see no reason to do so. Am I wrong? Is that requirement for AV on Linux reasonable?