With school finished with the exception of an exam or two and my domain back, I think I'll now have the motivation to get shit done.
Yes, I purposely spelled that wrong. Anyway, the entire left of the touchscreen on my iPhone doesn't work. Plugged it in at night, then didn't work in the morning. So, I've had to suffer only using the right side of the screen for the last two weeks. Going to have to restore back to factory defaults, package it up and send it off.
Since my boredom has been growing substantially over the last couple days, I thought of building a SAN. Yes, a SAN, not a NAS. Get another web server running and put it in a round robin type config. Set up a SAN for centeralized storage (among other things), then yay!
Really, it's just an excuse to build more servers and use ports on my 24 port switch....
WorkSimple 1.2.3 was released the other day, improved on some things, 'optimized' some code.
Jeez, almost been a week since my last blog post. Recently, I've been working on Sysode more and more. Numerous bugs have been fixed, yet there are more and more features everytime I work on it. It's open for registration, but more than likely your account will be deleted if you end up signing up.
I'm open for any feedback on it :D
Finally, school is almost done so maybe I'll have a little more time for my projects and such.
I've been working on Sysode lately, and it's been coming along. It's still very beta, so register if you must.
Me birthday is on the 23rd, and I've been thinking of getting a pi tattoo, maybe shoulder blade or chest somewhere. If not, was thinking about a Blackberry 8330. The G1 is on Rogers and I'm on Bell for the next 2 years....
Anyway, finally get some time off so going to go play ET:QW
Sysode is a simplified file backup system for developers. Really, none of the code has been put together as I'm still 'brainstorming'. It's mainly targeted at single developers or small teams, for backup and archival purposes. (Free of course)
"Hey, did you get version YZ from X?"
"Login to our Sysode account and get it!"
Not sure how [specifically] it's going to work. Setting up a good API so [other] developers can write stuff for it is a must.