The Dark Side Of A Developer

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Quote of the week !!!

The best way to predict the future is to invent it
by Alan Kay.

Saturday, July 23, 2005

BetaNews | Longhorn Gets a Name: Windows Vista

BetaNews Longhorn Gets a Name: Windows Vista: "The folks at Redmond have long pointed to the user interface of the next generation Windows release as one of its major selling points. Now, Microsoft has chosen an official name for Longhorn with just that in mind. Enter: Windows Vista.

Word of the new name leaked out late Thursday after Microsoft tipped off journalists and enthusiast sites of an impending Longhorn-related announcement due Friday morning. 'Windows Vista' was first mentioned at a Microsoft sales conference in Atlanta, according to reports."

Saturday, July 16, 2005

Apple Axes Cocoa-Java Integration

Javalobby - Java J2EE Programming Forums - Apple Axes Cocoa-Java Integration: "Apple Axes Cocoa-Java Integration
At 5:37 AM on Jul 12, 2005, Michael Urban wrote:
It seems Apple is giving Cocoa-Java Integration the axe. At the top of their Cocoa-Java Integration guide is the following boxed notice: "

Saturday, July 09, 2005

Quote of the Week!!!

In the church, they says to forget...,

forgiveness is between they and god,

it's my job to arrange the meeting.

by John. W. Creasy (Man on fire)

Friday, July 08, 2005

Purposes for this Hollidays

This Hollydays I want learn or try to lear the basis on:

My "ToDo List"
-Learn to use Oracle and PL/SQL
-Get better in .NET (C#, ASP.NET and VB.NET)
-Use Struts, JSF and EJB
-Use del.icious
-Use technoraty
-Get Better in Scripting
-Use Mono
-Get Better in SQL Server.
-Learn PHP and MySQL

Chris CFDG - Context Free Design Grammar

Chris CFDG - Context Free Design Grammar: "Context Free Design Grammar

CFDG is a very simple programming language I made for generating pictures. You write a text file as an input (a .cfdg file), and it spits out a beautiful graphic up to 1000 megapixels (a gigapixel!). "

... I like it, my Master!

Google Maps API was released !

Google Maps API: Develop Your Own Location-Based Services Using Google Maps

The Google Maps API lets developers embed Google Maps in their own web pages with JavaScript. You can add overlays to the map (including markers and polylines) and display shadowed 'info windows' just like Google Maps.