I was asked by a junior developer I’ve recently started training which tools I used regularly when developing, so I decided to document this information here, in case it’s useful to anyone else. I have lots more software installed than this, but I’m only going to concentrate on those tools I use for my development [...]
Archive for November, 2008
From the Gmail blog:
Gmail fans have been building unofficial extensions to spice up their inboxes for a while, but up til now themes haven’t been an integral part of Gmail. We wanted to go beyond simple color customization, so out of the 30 odd themes we’re launching today, there’s a shiny theme with chrome styling, [...]
@AndyJ Isn’t it a little early for Xmas music? B-> #
@xebu What happened to the first 5 cats? #
@pigsie Is it worth losing the rest of your hair? B-> #
Knee starting to improve – thank <insert deity name here>! #
Now I have a busted knee to contend with – when does the madness end? B-< #
As today is a public holiday in Belgium, I’m having a lazy day! B-> #
One of my favourtite bands from my childhood are reforming and touring next year!!!
Keith – are you reading this??? B->
The German ColdFusion User Group proudly presents the first european ColdFusion Camp in the conference center ‘Orbis’ in Oberschleißheim near Munich.
Speakers on day one include:
For a fee of €35, including food, this is a steal!
Day two is given over to training and the subjects being taught are:
Advanced ColdFusion [...]
As a Mac user with clients who are Windows based, I use VMWare Fusion to host a Window XP virtual machine, primarily to enable me to run SQL Server. Until recently, this was SQL 2000, but as a project I’m currently working on uses SQL 2005, I decided to finally upgrade my VM yesterday.
Everything appeared [...]
As I recently had to implement form validation into the application I’m currently developing, I had a look around to see if there were any ‘pret a manger’ (ready to eat) libraries available which might make my life easier.