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Archive for January, 2006

A Wicked Bit. I have mentioned  on this blog 17 months ago, but I must admit that I have not yet given it a tryout. That may well change now that the JavaLobby contains an introduction to this web framework: Wicket: A Little Bit About Wicket.

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NUKLEOS WEBLOG 2006-01-29

Don’t Bash Me. It’s not really ‘new’ stuff, but I’m going to note it anyway – who knows when I need this kind of information? – and I really should study this a bit more: Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide. An in-depth exploration of the art of shell scripting.

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Well Done! Here’s a nice overview of Open Source software for the Macintosh. I’m sure that it is not a perfect list, but it’s an excellent start!

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NUKLEOS WEBLOG 2006-01-27

Vive La Différence! As always, the French-speaking world community does its best to translate all “computer english” words into the mother tongue. That’s why we now have “balladodiffusion” instead of “podcasting”. The term seems to originate from the Canadian province of Quebec… Time for an entry in the french Wikipedia!

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Intriguing, that’s what I thought when I read about the the OScar Project: “ is the goal of the OScar Project to develop a car according to Open Source principles“. I like the notion of applying open source principles and practices to hardware – but I’m not convinced that a car, even when it’s electrically powered, is the best subject for such an endeavour. Then again, as the site proclaims, it’s just a hobby…

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NUKLEOS WEBLOG 2006-01-25

Thanks, Steven, for pointing me to the Nikon D200 Digital Camera Reviewed by Bjørn Rørslett – that’s a great addition to “professional” reviews in the (paper and Internet) press.

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Here’s A Challenge! Even just trying to answer all the questions that Infonoia asks in Eclipse goes server-side! is quite a challenge – implementing the article’s strategy is even more so. But it’s true, of course, that Eclipse can be seen as a “container”, just like say Tomcat or … So why not use it as a runtime environment for server-based applications, if that means that you can stick to a single tool for both server and client sides of the network?

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