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SafeGuard LM Software Product Activation
clent server communication using objectives
“Well and good.”pallaalekhya93 6 months ago.
Client and Server Network Programming
“Excellent work. Everything was delivered on time and exactly how I asked.”dmlangdonjr 8 months ago.
Port some Linux Code to WIndows
“Brillant, Completed in timely fashion and made sure everything was working as it should.”androidfan1 1 year ago.
modify linux command script.c
“If you are lucky enough to have repairman4 bid on your project, you should accept. Excellent communication and will continuously work until all project requirements are met.”fertuser2 1 year ago.
Coding for small process
“Awesome communication. Quality work. Highly recommended. Will definitely rehire in the future. repairman4 went out of his way to to help out and explain the final product. Thanks!”imarotar2 1 year ago.
Compiling an open source command line tool for OS 10.6 (fairly urgent) - repost
“Great communication, lightning fast work, friendly and knowledgeable. Great to work with! Definitely rehire again.”aldoilsant 1 year ago.
Persistent Security is a software company I started several years ago after developing license software for 20+ years for a private company. My product, SafeGuard LM is the culmination of my work. SafeGuard LM is a great solution for large and small businesses that develop software that needs protecting from casual copying to full blown hackers. It has everything you need out of the box, including a Product Activation Server so you can activate your software over the internet. My passion in developme
Bachelors of Science1979 - 1984 (5 years)
Windows NT Internals (1999)Microsoft Corp.
This was an intensive developer class taught by MS personnel in Redmond Washington. One primary objective was to show how to update running application servers in place without having to shut them down.
Automatic Software Updates over the Internet
Back in the late 90's I proposed having users installed software automatically updated over the internet. Back then it was a big deal because we were still coming in over dialup lines. None the less, higher speed internet connections were on the rise and I implemented an automatic software update utility that would be able to patch our software over the Internet. Of course, in todays world, this is expected behavior. No one even thinks about it anymore but at the time and with the much slower in