This is an android 2.1+ app that will backup your cellular data into a zip archive. The cellular data includes:
The codec library is a high Performance and Feature-Rich Idiomatic encode/decode and rpc library for the Go Language.
This was just re-introduced after a massive re-factoring and upgrade. The library is available on github.
With the advent of the internet of things, a binary encoding format with the universal simplicity of JSON is very crucial. Surprisingly, there were few candidate formats circa 2013. I contributed the following:
Binc Schema-Free Encoding format:
A lightweight, binary language-independent data interchange format for efficient and extensible encoding (and decoding) of structured data. Read more, including the spec and see the blog posts below for more information.
Simple Schema-Free Encoding format:
Like Binc, but much simpler, slightly less compact and without symbol support. It was done as an experiment. Read more in the go implementation.
Back when most of my programming was in JAVA, I uploaded a lot of my source code
as a project called
oxygen software library.
Get it at http://code.google.com/p/oxygensoftwarelibrary.