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My professional interests are as follows:

  1. Enterprise Java Development (Spring&Hibernate).
  2. Groovy and Grails Web Development.
  3. Up & coming languages for the JVM such as Clojure and Scala.
  4. OLTP and OLAP Database Modeling.
  5. Enterprise Application Integration (Talend, Pentaho BI, TIBCO BusinessWorks, DataStage).
  6. Web 2.0 technologies: DOM frameworks, Ajax frameworks, 360gs CSS framework, WordPress,
  7. Security.
  8. Mobile development (iPhone & Android).

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accepted Environment variables in bash_profile or bashrc?
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comment Environment variables in bash_profile or bashrc?
I think I understand, I might have to read it more times to internalize it more but I am concluding the following. In enterprise environments in order to have finer control of the customized shells without side effects of the global one it is best practice to put environment variables in ~/.bash_profile. In a personal environment like Ubuntu or Linux Mint in order to have the PATH properly set I should set it under ~/.bashrc (or even in /etc/profile). Am I correct?
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comment Environment variables in bash_profile or bashrc?
I am not exactly sure I fully understand, but at work when I log in through ssh that is a login shell, then bash_profile and bashrc get sourced so i guess in that instance it does not matter. But if i log in graphically (what does that mean)? like login into my personal ubuntu?
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asked Environment variables in bash_profile or bashrc?
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comment How to upgrade Intel(R) 82567V-2 Gigabit Network Connection Drivers for Windows 7 64?
I built my own PC. My copy of Windows is an OEM System Builder edition. Isn't the link that I have provided on step 2 above where I should be getting the newest drivers?
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asked How to upgrade Intel(R) 82567V-2 Gigabit Network Connection Drivers for Windows 7 64?