This site used to be but I mapped it today (Nov 1, 2017) back to I say “back to” because I registered in 2002 and it was one of the first sites I created for myself. Then I created many more each serving specific needs like professional services, personal hobbies, apps, frameworks, interests, etc. However life is short and we only have a finite amount of time and I don’t have the time anymore to maintain so many sites. So I decided to bring everything under my personal site “Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno”, in other words, “one for all and all for one” 🙂

The text below is the original text I had for

Too much information can be overwhelming. So we  at like to distill and organize useful technical information. may be of interest to geeks, nerds, programmers and painters or artists.

Speaking of art nothing sums up better than the words, “Art in the blood is liable to take the strangest of forms”, spoken by Sherlock Holmes in reference to his own art of solving cases. Of course the Jeremy Brett version and not  Robert Downey Jr. In The Greek Interpreter, Holmes says:

“To some extent,” he answered, thoughtfully. “My ancestors were country squires, who appear to have led much the same life as is natural to their class. But, none the less, my turn that way is in my veins, and may have come with my grandmother, who was the sister of Vernet, the French artist. Art in the blood is liable to take the strangest forms.”

The purpose of the Object Coder is:

  • To document software development practices and practical experiences
  • To express opinion on popular cultural trends namely: movies, music and video games
  • To document technical notes on programming, application configuration, operating systems

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