The ‘final’ Frontier in Java
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Introduction> Introduction # Although this post came about primarily to help my son learn Java, it still amazes me how many professional developers do not understand this basic premise in Java (Programming Language) even after working with it for Years.
Getting Rickrolled by Rick in BrowserQuest
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FireFox Programming Weekend Fun
This one is definitely filed away under Weekend Fun! Kudos to Mozilla foundation, though a bit sad that it doesn’t play on iPad (and some other browsers) yet. The brilliance of the BrowserQuest is not just in it’s grand fun gameplay, but also that it is truly and completely open-source!
Business Apps at 30 Frames Per Second
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Adobe Adobe Flash Programming
Today I remembered a curious little application, which I wrote back around 1989, if memory serves me right. So, decided to document this for the future generations and you, loyal readers.
Google App Engine and Language Wars
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Google Java Programming
Yesterday I attended Google Application Engine Hackathon in Atlanta. I guess it’s the kind of thing that one could call Geeky Weekend Fun, programming all day, with like-minded folks, trying to create something.
And The Clouds Shall Set Us Free
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Cloud Google Microsoft Programming Strata Open Source
There is still about two weeks to Microsoft’s acclaimed Professional Developers Conference 2008, where all (or at least a lot) will be officially revealed. But I want to jump the gun and theorize, or perhaps even Dream, of what’s to come.
Recursive Algorithms and other sins
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Computer Science Java Programming Technology
My sister is just starting studies for Computer Sciences, and unlike what I remember from my days, in the first Intro course, they are trying to fill her head with nasty recursive algorithms.
Web Services? Cloud Computing? Both? Neither?
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Programming Microsoft Technology Windows Yahoo
An important announcement from Microsoft, something called Mesh, is happening tonight at Midnight eastern time. I am into guessing game, again, mostly because it is fun, but also because in a funny coincidence, I left a rather long rant at Yahoo’s own Jeremy Zawodny’s blog.