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Switch Java versions on Mac OS X

Switch Java versions on Mac OS X

Reading Time: 3 minutesNote: At the time of writing, the OS in question is Mac OS X High Sierra 10.13.6. Mac OS X contains a rudimentary amount of developer tools underneath the shiny user interface. These packaged tools get outdated very fast, and developers are left scrambling to get the updated tools installed. Java, as a matter of fact, doesn’t come installed by default nowadays. My weapon of choice: Brew. Back to the topic. When updating my server and Invoice Ninja settings, I…

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Free Mac OS 10.9 Maverick Upgrade

Free Mac OS 10.9 Maverick Upgrade

Reading Time: 2 minutesAnd so it is announced that Maverick is a free upgrade to current Mac OS 10.x users with eligible devices stretching all the way back to 2007. All the fanboys go “Hooray!” “Beat that, Microsoft!”. Not. Don’t get me wrong, I use Macbook Air and iPad. I used to use iPod touch, nano and shuffle. Apple is not the first company to give free upgrade to an major OS version (the 10, not the point-O-nine). Microsoft is. The earliest I…

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[Updated] Unofficial guide to SMU Email Server

[Updated] Unofficial guide to SMU Email Server

Reading Time: 1 minuteTechnology refuses to cease to amaze us. Below is an updated guide to configuring your devices to the email server. The previous version may still be relevant but is not maintained. Notes: This guide is used as it is. There are parts of the guide I have yet to test out, however have been found in the outlook help page. The acronym “SMU” refers to Singapore Management University. If you landed here in search for email configuration guide for other…

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