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Itching to write a new GPC article

Posted 01-31-2015 at 04:41 PM by ttk (Unpopular Positions: One Geek's Take)

It's been more than two years since I wrote something about the General Purpose Cartridge for military rifles http://ciar.org/ttk/mbt/guns/gpc.2012-10-23.html

I wanted to hold off so I could improve my ballistic analysis software, collect more empirical evidence, and learn something about the GPC candidates and legacy cartridge upgrades under development by various military institutions, but these developments have been slow in the coming.

When I've had time to spare...
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Overview of Software Projects

Posted 06-06-2013 at 09:10 PM by ttk (Unpopular Positions: One Geek's Take)

Writing software is one of my favorite pastimes. I derive great satisfaction from designing and implementing tools, giving people new and needed capabilities.

Unfortunately I have more projects underway than time and energy to give them all the attention I'd like. I struggle to apply discipline to finish some projects before starting others, with mixed success. Some of my tools are useful now, while others are works in various states of progress (or neglect).

Some...
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