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Copyright 2011 by Stephen Vermeulen
Last updated: 2011 Mar 10
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This site is a collection of notes, projects and links to things that Stephen Vermeulen has written or wishes to remember. It's not really a blog, rather it's more like a mind-map.

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Here's a blast from the past, a little game called Mine Maze I wrote for the Commodore PET 2001, it was fun enough to get published in Compute! magazine. What was interesting in this game was the asymmetry, the two players had quite different roles.

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2011-Mar-10: Python Tools for Visual Studio, Microsoft is starting to add more support for Python. [9448] [1]

2011-Mar-10: Could Perforce scale better than Git? [9447] [1]

2011-Mar-10: Stock Picking using Python looking for promising stocks on the TSE using data from Google finance. [9446] [1]

2011-Mar-10: A look at Minimal Perfect Hashing including a test to see if this scales in a linear fashion with the number of keys to be hashed. [9445] [1]

2011-Mar-06: Work is being done towards getting a subset of Pygame to run on Android. [9444] [1] [2]

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is the self-imposed delay between desire for a thing and the act of reaching out to
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