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I'm not your standard programmer. In fact, I often hate computers. Technology, in general, continually treads the line between cool, nifty gadgets and cheap, disposable shit.

Computers are supposed to make your life easier, right? And yet, under a certain operating system, I lose entire clumps of hair every time the screen turns blue. I thought blue was supposed to be a calming colour...

So why am I a computer programmer? For the exact reasons above; there's a blatant need for quality software, and I'd like to think I can provide it.

I also think that now is a great time to be a programmer. With operating systems like Linux and QNX, it has been proven that there is a want for quality software that hasn't been tainted with 20 years of code bloat.

Oh, and for those of you familiar with codex...

    (neuraldk.dcipher) = (codex.dcipher)

After a long period of little to no programming, I've decided to get back into the swing of things, and get some projects up and running. As always, I have more projects then time so development will, no doubt, be slow, but hopefully there's enough content here to keep people excited :)

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