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Despite having only been in the software development industry for a few short years, I've been lucky enough to participate in several interviews. In fact, I've »

Installing RMagick Gem On Windows With RubyInstaller

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Why You Should Stop Using uTorrent

In the latest version of the popular Windows BitTorrent client uTorrent, someone discovered something fishy after the installation. All of a sudden, their browser homepage had »

Encryption for The Technologically Lazy, Pt. 1 - Your Android Phone

Let's start with some assumptions first: You're one of those people who claims that they don't care about the government looking into their email. (See: "there's »