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bio website austinkeeley.com
location Fairfax, VA
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My name is Austin. I'm a software engineer.

I'm interested in Java, Python, C, C++, and JavaScript development. I have a blog at espressoninja.com. As a fun (?) technique in getting more Django experience, I'm writing the blog management software myself; I'm hoping it will force me to write more code when I have a problem that I want to solve or a feature to add.

I graduated from James Madison University in 2008 with a degree in computer science and then earned my Masters degree from Johns Hopkins University in 2011.

Other than software, I'm really into coffee. I'd like to do a trip to a coffee farm and try to follow a batch of beans from the tree to the cup. I'm also into reading; I usually try to finish off a book every month.

Here's my coding portfolio at coderbits.com, with links to my other contributions. Here's another development portfolio at coderwall. I also have a twitter account @austin_keeley.

Currently I'm working on (last updated May 10, 2013):

  • Building a cloud network using vSphere.
  • Wrapping up a few codecademy courses.
  • Messing with coderwall and coderbits accounts (get one, they're kind of cool).

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comment Is there a way to edit files inside of a zip file without explicitly extracting them first?
@beroe That's pretty cool. Before asking this, I was going to code up a python script for launching a psudo-shell "inside" the zip file to execute arbitrary commands. I'd be interested in what you come up with.
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comment Is there a way to edit files inside of a zip file without explicitly extracting them first?
@beroe It should since those use the zip compression algorithm. That was actually my main motivation for looking for a solution because I had .war files deployed on an app server that I didn't feel like re-packaing up and re-deploying just to modify a single file.
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