Bistro is a SmallTalk variant that can be used over any JVM implementation. Don’t use either one, but from the arguments that I hear from […]
The Fusebox Lifecycle Process (FLiP) is a process for developing web applications. There are two fundamental ideas behind FLiP. The first is keeping the process closely tied to client feedback. The second is to encourage inexpensive changes early, before they become more expensive and time consuming. FLiP offers a nice list of tools, techniques and methods to achieve this
If you use Apache sooner or later you will encounter a time that you will have to use rewrites. Learn the stuff now.
Sometimes you come across something that is entertaining and you show it to your friends (non-geeks) and they find no joy or amusement in it. […]
Thinking about purchasing a new LCD monitor and have no idea where to start? Well you should start at this thread, but don’t start from […]
Geeks love games. That’s been pretty clear for a long time now.
But some games that are of particular interest to geeks, you won’t find on a console or in a shiny box at Circuit City. Some of the earliest games, the ones some of us were weaned on, don’t even have graphics. And we like them that way.
There are times where I sit down and think there is absolutely nobody in the world who is geekier than me…then I came across threads […]
This is the kind of stuff that makes you appreciate a geek. We have mad problem solving skills. Mad.
Itching to start learning Python? I figured. Well then I think maybe you should head on over to Magnus’s Python Page and check out some […]
Another ESR classic that goes into great details the attributes that are required to become a hacker. Ignore the fact that some of the underlying […]