Dan on January 18th, 2017

I have had a chance to tally up the results from my second year of solar panel power production.  When  I purchased the solar panels in 2015,  I had estimated a six year payback based on estimated production, and on the subsidies payed on power generated.  For 2016, I generated 3.45 megawatts, which was down […]

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A followup to my previous post on the programming churn.  In my many years of programming, the thing I find amusing is how programming has gone back and forth between centralized and distributed computing.  Talk about a churn, re-envisioning architectures with new languages where old is new. For example, when I first started coding the […]

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