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Physician, retired. Full time software engineer/developer (Master of Science in Computer Science), currently mostly in Java and Scala, however I also dabble in Clojure, Haskell, and C#. I am particularly interested in functional programming. In past lives, I programmed in Basic, Fortran, Pascal, Forth, C (extensively, at Bell Labs), C++, Groovy, and various assembly languages. Started programming in assembly language in 1976.

I started a martial arts school in 1986 (Shojin Cuong Nhu in New Jersey).

I play the guitar (intermediate-level) and I like to cook.

Email: user: grk, host: usa.net


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comment Missing fullscreen arrows in Mountain Lion
Please see my update. I am using iTap 1.1.10.23000 on both machines.
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comment Send short message to another Mac on the LAN
That works well. Thanks.
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comment Remembering window position/size
It works as expected, but I have not been using it much. I find that I rarely need to access my desktop Mac when I telecommute. I sync all the code I am working on between my iMac and Macbook Pro hourly, using Chronosync. When I work at home, I usually just work on the Macbook locally. As to "set and forget", its pretty much hands off. When I change resolutions, most of the windows reposition themselves correctly.