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Quantum Bukkit app

Yesterday I spend about an hour creating the most useless application I’ve ever come up with. The main motivation for this was proving to a friend that solving a certain problem can be achieved with an algorithm containing only 1

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A first look at VS 2010 and .Net FW 4

Two days I go I got the beta 2 of Visual Studio 2010, which is scheduled to be released in the first half of next year. With it, came .Net Framework 4 beta 2. I’ve taken a good look at

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Maps and Semantic Maps 0.4.2 released

Yesterday I released version 0.4.2 of both Maps and Semantic Maps. Apart from the version number, this release includes some interesting changes. As resided in my previous post, Maps now supports Google Maps overlays. Another change in it’s usage is

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New in Maps 0.4.2

The last 2 days I’ve been fixing a whole bunch of issues in Maps and Semantic Maps that surfaced since 0.4.x. I’ve also taken some time to implement a new, and IMO pretty awesome, feature for Google Maps. You can

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Added 14 new Star Wars books to my collection

Like every self respecting geek, I have a collection of science fiction books, mainly Star Wars. Today I found a bunch of Star Wars books in a second hand English book shop in Gent. Surprisingly, quite some of the books

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New buzinezz cardz

Yay – I just got my new business cards! I now have 500 cards with these front and back sides: I ordered these cards via flyer.eu, where I had to enter some personal information like name, address and company. Assuming

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