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CIS-115:01

The programming portion of my work for my CIS-115:01 taken during the CPCC Spring 2020 semester. Note that this is only the versioned codebase portion; the other portion of the coursework (the documentation, papers, notes, non-versioned/example programs etc) can be found at Cloud@Dotfile (expires 2020-05-12)

All code is licensed for use, modification, and redistribution under the GNU/AGPL 3.0. More information regarding the AGPL can be found on my licenses page