Graham King, Developer at Lincoln Loop

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Graham's life has revolved around growing software since age 12. After many years of C, and more of Java, Graham fell in love with Python in 2003 and Django in 2005. Most of his previous career was spent programming for investment banks and hedge funds in London, England. In ...

Graham is no longer active with Lincoln Loop, but you can find him at https://www.darkcoding.net.

tmux: Stay focused

On the surface tmux manages your terminal windows, but really it helps you stay focused. The challenge with learning tmux is that the benefits are not immediately apparent. At first it's just ...
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The Joy of Upstart

Upstart is a ridiculously easy way to turn your scripts into daemons. Take this python script: /home/myuser/ez_daemon.py: import time while 1: print("I'm a daemon!") time.sleep(1 ...
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What is WebRTC?

WebRTC, short for Web Real Time Communications, is a specification and project adding JavaScript APIs in the browser to: 1. Access a user’s webcam and microphone: getUserMedia.2. Connect directly to ...
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What is SPDY?

This is HTTP A big friendly unsecured clear-text, line-oriented bear.This is SPDYA multi-plexed binary TLS-wrapped protocol from the future. SPDY (pronounced speedy) is a replacement for HTTP, and feels like a ...
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Optimize for Motivation

When your client is hundreds of miles away, but your bed only three feet, it helps to understand motivation. The first thing to understand about motivation is that it’s not something ...
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