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I'm the CTO of the startup company FunnelFire, where we build sophisticated sales software tools. I'm also the CEO of the startup company FivePM Technology, Inc., creators of the real-time vehicle tracking and dispatch solution named Treadmarks.

I'm also an adjunct professor of Computer Science at Stevens Institute of Technology, where I teach a variety of courses from Introduction to C++ to TCP/IP Networking (an advanced programming course where students re-implement the network stack).

I'm also a recent graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology with a bachelors and masters of science in Computer Science, a minor in Law & Public Policy, and graduate certificates in Computer Systems, Databases & Service Oriented Architecture, Distributed Systems, Enterprise Computing, Quantitative Software Engineering, and Service Oriented Computing.

I got my start programming at a very young age, writing QBasic programs to display colorful circles on the screen while sitting on my dad's lap when I was 3 years old. My first big projects were a Super Mario World clone for GameBoy, a MUD called HybridMOO, and a home automation package called IntellHome (which I still use!).

I'm actively involved in a number of open source initiatives, including an open-source middleware tool called PushoverQ and a venture called Cagnostic, which is a suite of software abstraction libraries designed to let you easily deploy your software onto all the major clouds without code changes.

I am interested in hiking, exploration of abandoned or neglected sites and buildings, photography (particularly of those abandoned sites, but also glamour/editorial), cooking, snowshoeing, and New Jersey trivia/history.


Nov
5
comment Automatically recreate partition if corrupt
Finally got around to testing this. Unfortunately, the recreation of the fs dumps the label. You need to also relabel.
Oct
28
comment Persistent 3G connection with network manager fails
If you mean "Connect Automatically," it is set.
Oct
22
comment Persistent 3G connection with network manager fails
I do see that the connection is terminated by the other end. However, why isn't network manager restarting it?
Oct
22
comment Persistent 3G connection with network manager fails
There's no other lines for almost an hour before that one. ATA.1 doesn't correspond to any of my internal drives, which means its probably the internal driver storage of the modem.
Oct
20
comment Persistent 3G connection with network manager fails
That doesn't seem to be the case with my card. I can disconnect the network connection and reconnect without any issues. This seems to occur on its own. Also shouldn't modeswitch notice if the device has reverted back and modeswitch it again?
Oct
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asked Persistent 3G connection with network manager fails
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Oct
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accepted What is responsible for mounting disks listed in fstab?
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revised What is responsible for mounting disks listed in fstab?
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asked What is responsible for mounting disks listed in fstab?
May
6
comment Automatically recreate partition if corrupt
fstab lists options like errors=continue or errors=remount-ro. Is there any documentation for this anywhere?
May
6
comment Automatically recreate partition if corrupt
@psusi: See - unix.stackexchange.com/questions/12699/…
May
5
comment Automatically recreate partition if corrupt
Unfortunately I can't log over the network. We're on a byte-charged cellular connection.
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