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    to the home of JF Possibilities, Inc.

    We have 30 years of business computing expertise. At this time our main focuses are: webserver maintenance, website, Linux and Android programming. If you need help building a website from scratch or simply maintaining or fixing an existing one we can help. For more details on the services we provide see the "what we do" page.

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    *NEW* Computer Geek's calculator is now available on windows! Download your copy today!

     

    Download a calculator for windows with advanced binary features, including IPv4 specific functions. With its advanced memory features its very handy to [...]
    Download the Computer Geek's Calculator for the CHIP or PocketCHIP computers. Includes lots of number storage, boolean math operations and even floats! [...]
    Software Quality — 01/12
    Most people define software quality by a set of features. But to me that is not it. Like most any trade I define it by how well its constructed. [...]
    Home — 12/27
    The home of JF Possibilities, Inc. Software and website developer and Linux administration. [...]
    Here it is CHRISTmas-eve and I'm kicking off the opinion column on my website. It seemed fitting to write about the most momentous event in human history [...]
    IMO — 12/24
    With a PC development career that predates IBM introducing their PC I have a lot to say about the current state of software and computing [...]
    Our Services — 12/21
    JF Possibilities provides many computer services and web, desktop and mobile software development. With 30+ years experience we know things [...]
    Contact Us — 12/21
    This is how you get a hold of JF Possibilities [...]
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    This is a quick and dirty personal repository for Debian packages. I use this procedure as an easy way to distribute packages to my personal devices. [...]