Borland is the author of one of the best Java IDEs called JBuilder. But a while ago they decided to enter the .NET world too with a product called SideWinder. A while ago DrBobb put up a couple of screenshots, and so far it’s looking pretty neat. It very well may be good competition to VisualStudio .NETContinue reading “Borland vs Microsoft: SideWinder”
About a year and half ago I downloaded a couple of MP3s of Robbie Williams’ album “Swing when you’re winning” and for some reason I just loved it. I got the album about half a year ago and a couple of weeks ago I bought the “Live at the albert” DVD too. I would neverContinue reading “Swing music”
I finally passed my Algorithm and datastructures exam today, I got a 6.5 (on a scale from 1–10) but I’m am so incredibly happy :D
Sorry for posting something that might be mostly useful to myself. I just need to write the url somewhere down. In this post at IPB I wrote a bit about what I think is wrong with PHP (inspired on some posts I read on some dutch programming forum). PHP enthusiasts, please don’t read unless youContinue reading “Things wrong with PHP”
I ordered Linux Administration Handbook today. I really want to dive deeper in Linux and understanding how it works. I hope this book will help me with it. Well it has like 850 pages so I can at least expect to learn something from it ;)
They have been posted on Dilbert.com quite some time ago, but they’re just great: and this one too:
Somebody pointed me to a message on a weblog which tells about what’s wrong with Microsoft and specifically what’s wrong with the way Microsoft handles it’s communities, interesting read.