That is, grids as in graphic design rather than distributed computing.
This is pretty mindblowing, if you think about it.
On getting people to pay attention to you CV.
Definite food for thought. I’ll be writing a new order wizard (currently it’s the awful one supplied with our billing system) for work, and I want to make UI enhancements such as this.
Package for using processes which mimics the threading module.
LiquiBase is an open source (LGPL), DBMS-independent library for tracking, managing and applying database changes. It is built on a simple premise: All database changes (structure and data) are stored in an XML-based descriptive manner and checked into source control.
Wanted something like this for a while.
Pretty good coverage of the traps people can fall into.
Another nifty movie/song mashup by the same guy.
I’ve a printout of this paper and read it years back. Must go read it again.
…is evil. Don’t do it.
…and they’re unnecessary, so really don’t do it.
This, amongst other reasons, is why I really, really don’t like letting people export data to CVS unless it’s unavoidable.
I switched from bash to zsh a while back. This kind of thing is why I stuck with it.
I mightn’t agree with the man on a lot of stuff, but I respect him because he has integrity, something missing from US politics right now. If I was a US citizen, I’d have little problem voting for Ron Paul.
Joe sums up a lot of the reasons why I think WADL is a bad idea.
What I wish I’d done.
A small message bus implementing a goodly chunk of Twittr. Very nifty.
Personally, I always thought the whole global warming thing was a little bit overblown. Got to admit this guy makes a very compelling argument without debating any details.
Kick ass! Worth a watch.
Needed this for my little prank earlier.