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About kjellkod

Software Engineer by trade, (former?) Martial Artist and Champion by strong will and small skill... and a Swede by nationality :)

CRAWDADS, CRAYFISH, CRAWFISH OR MUDBUGS? A TASTY INVASIVE SPECIES

When my friends at Field To Table Outdoors wanted to interview me with a focus on catching and eating invasive species I was thrilled. The No. 1 invasive species that I catch in Colorado is not only delicious to eat … Continue reading

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Aging Meat Pod Cast with Yours Truly

Field To Table Outdoors interviewed me for a podcast a while ago. It was fun and from what I heard a good source of knowledge for interested DIY hunters with a desire to improve their DIY meat processing The pod … Continue reading

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G4log with licensing or crowd source funding?

How to make money of licensed software? — g2log and g3log (https://github.com/KjellKod/g3log) were successful. Thousands of companies and universities around the world are using them. Ease of use. High throughput. Resilience. Low latency even when facing worst case scenarios. These … Continue reading

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g3log and g3sinks last releases with c++11 support. Future releases will support c++14 and c++17

G3log 1.3.1 released. This is the last release with c++11 support.  It’s a small “curtesy” release so that companies using c++11 can easily get the most of g3log before upgrading past c++11. Currently master is supporting c++14 and is enabled … Continue reading

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Part 3: Why I always give Moose, Deer and Elk proper Aging Time

In the third and last part of “Why I always give Moose, Deer and Elk proper Hang Time” we will learn: – the simple steps needed to process the meat in your home – what the meat aging (tenderization) formula … Continue reading

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Part 2: Why I always give Moose, Elk and Deer proper aging time

In part 2 of “Why I always give Moose, Deer and Elk proper Hang Time” we will move on to the techniques needed to make the meat go from tough to tender, from flavorless to rich in flavor. We will … Continue reading

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Part 1: Why I always give Moose, Elk and Deer proper aging time

When I started out as a hunter in the North of Sweden I was fortunate enough to hunt with various groups of hunters. They all had  decades worth of  knowledge and traditions on:  how to field dress the animal, how … Continue reading

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