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bio website reindel.com
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In summary I am a Christian, husband, father of two adopted children (Guatemala and Korea), and a software developer immersed in Web technologies for almost 15 years. I have experience leading projects on various technology fronts, including Java, .NET (C#) and PHP, and I've used MySQL, SQL, PL/SQL and Oracle for relational database development. I'm currently immersed in Java EE and the Spring Framework, and I enjoy working most with the Java technology stack.


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comment Is it true that encryption bit “strength”, although numerically identical, may actually be different depending on the algorithm?
This is probably the most complete answer I could get to this question based upon how I asked it. Thanks for the information!
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comment Is it true that encryption bit “strength”, although numerically identical, may actually be different depending on the algorithm?
@Gilles Your answer there is actually more in line with the answer I was expecting, so maybe I didn't ask this question correctly. Thank you for adding that to the discussion.
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