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A simple way to obfuscate string literals

By Andre M. Maier While I was sitting in a doctor’s waiting room last week, it occurred to me that I could send out a geeky holiday greeting to my younger programming students. Naturally, as a teacher, I wanted to … Continue reading

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Why Linux DOES NOT Suck

By Andre M. Maier On October 5, 1991, Linus Torvalds officially published the first version of his homemade Linux kernel. Today, 24 years later, a large number of IT professionals agree that best of Linux is yet to come. I … Continue reading

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