I was quite surprised to come across a post by Bruce Eckel, one of the founders of the C++ ISO committee as well as a popular Java author and trainer, essentially evangelizing the use of Flash and Flex to get … Continue reading
Well, now that I’ve seen the company I will be working at soon has recently been dugg and is also presenting at DEMO 07 within the next couple of days, it seems like a good time to announce that I’m … Continue reading
Adam Bien covers how to reduce the size of JAR packages in Java 5 & 6 here. An example he shows starts at 44 MB and gets reduced down to 6 MB– impressive!
Java 6 Standard Edition has been released and can be downloaded here. The long winded version of what’s new can be read here, while the summary of new features and changes can be found here. Personally I don’t know if … Continue reading
I must say I work with a really amazing team at work, and there is rarely a day we don’t get into complex technical discussions about anything from “what algorithm is the best to do x” to getting into deep … Continue reading
While I keep poking around Django, I have yet to do much other than from simple stuff with it. That said, it’s definitely starting to gain some ground, particularly in the media space. Locally in Colorado, both the Boulder Daily … Continue reading
A post from Sean on Static vs. Dynamic languages reminded me that I needed to get around to finishing up a piece I started long ago about why I think Interfaces in ColdFusion are completely irrelevant. In particular, this quote … Continue reading
As reported earlier, SourceForge has finally enabled Subversion support for all projects. Perhaps this is the proverbial kick I’ve needed to post a few very minor open source tools I’ve been working on in CF, Python, and Java somewhere in … Continue reading