I know many of you Java coders are still using dull Java editors even though there’s a great IDE like Eclipse. That’s why I created an Eclipse tour with lots of screenshots, enjoy!
iTunesYesterday I already downloaded the Windows version of iTunes. First thing you’ll notice is that it has kept it’s nice Mac OS X looks, totally. It also includes the music store, which I can’t use (well I can’t buy songs) because I don’t own an American creditcard, but I can still browse it and listenContinue reading “iTunes & Mozilla Thunderbird”
And Eclipse seems to be the dominant player: Source: Java IDE Market Share Survey (survey among over 1400 Java developers worldwide).
Try this:Open a blank word document and type (or copy it):= rand (200,99)Press enterWait 3 seconds…
Bradley Kuhn (Free Software Foundation Executive Director): “We’d like people to stop selling proprietary software. It’s bad for the world.” Read this article about the “dark side” of the free software foundation.
A whole bunch here
Alright, I found this while going through the .NET weblogs feed and still found it interesting enough to post: Suresh Behera’s post about Java vs .NET. I have no real opinion about this post yet, I’ve quickly read it and I can agree to some of the points made and can also disagree with some. And aboutContinue reading “Java vs .NET (again, yay!)”
CNet writes more about WinFS, Windows Future Storage. “Right now, the kind of application dictates how data is stored. Databases are typically used for more numerically oriented applications, such as storing bank account information, while file systems are usually used for document-centric applications with unstructured data types. The problem is that retrieving information from differentContinue reading “More info on WinFS”
I’m not a hardware man, but when I read about Google uses 10,000 (!!) (cheap hardware) servers to serve the world with the best search engine there is, it does somehow amaze me. I don’t really know why.