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"Is this it or is there a specific class 5651 refers to? Looks great! http://www.sfco…"

Michael Levin replied Feb 15, 2016 to Santafe College

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"That's fantastic. It shows Santa Fe College's commitment to Computer Science educati…"

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"Kevin, I've seen many solutions ranging from encryption to cloud storage. I'm curiou…"

Michael Levin replied May 7, 2014 to Storing Sensitive Data ( like SSNs )

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"The Internet of Things is all about embedded apps. This is definitely a good thing t…"

Michael Levin replied Apr 10, 2014 to Oracle Embedded MOOC w/ Raspberry PI

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"Hi Jack - I am considering loading Mavericks onto my '08 MacBook Pro. I wonder wheth…"

Michael Levin replied Apr 4, 2014 to Mavrick OS

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"Jack, How are your explorations into Mavrick coming along? I have a 2008 MacBookPro…"

Michael Levin replied Nov 21, 2013 to Mavrick OS

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"Jack, I haven't tried Mav yet but am excited both about it and the strategy behind i…"

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"Perfect. If you give me a bio and abstract, I'll do the rest. Second Wed of Jan is 1…"

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"The next GatorJUG meeting is Wed, January 9th. "

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"That sounds good, Nem. Thanks. Of the three, the Grails app would be first case stud…"

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