In the consulting space, I’ve been in several situations where there’s a need to get a rough idea of the relative complexity of a product/code base.  I’ve seen this used in acquisition negotiations as well as for estimates to maintain or re-write an existing code base.  One way of doing this is through measuring lines of code.  Enter CLOC (Count Lines of Code). Read more →

OSX Apache Not Working

With the rise in popularity of HTML5, javascript and CSS, I’ve found myself working on a fair number of Web-related projects recently.  I spend roughly half of my time in Windows-based environments and the rest in OSX or various Linux distros.  Unsurprisingly, most of these projects use LAMP as the primary technology stack.
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