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GrepNinja's weblog is a somewhat ordered collection of thoughts and resources mostly related to software engineering. It simply tracks what GrepNinja finds technologically useful, interesting, or amusing at some given point in time. Warning: high techno-geek factor!
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:: Friday, March 24, 2000 ::

Verse - A link to this showed up on the Metaverse list. Looks like they've gotten a long way, here and, as the poster mentioned, the problem is *huge*! Looks like some good information here.
:: linuxian 3/24/2000 02:13:37 PM [+] ::
Squeak Fixes Archive - Finally, I know where this is!
:: linuxian 3/24/2000 01:50:58 PM [+] ::
Morphic - Great! A FAQ on Morphic!
:: linuxian 3/24/2000 12:43:54 PM [+] ::
MethodForMakingMorphs -- A little Morphic advice.
:: linuxian 3/24/2000 12:42:49 PM [+] ::
Sigh! More things to do. I joined the CVSTProj project on SourceForge. They're working on a Smalltalk interface to the Linux CVS version management system and I'll mostly try to help out with the Squeak ports. I need another project like I need the proverbial hole in the head. I also wrote email to Bob Hartwig asking about his plans for the Squeak port of the Refactoring Browser. I'd like to get involved with that, also. I think I'd better stop with those two for now. I'm already over-extended!
:: linuxian 3/24/2000 11:27:24 AM [+] ::
FAQTS - Knowledge Base - FAQTS : Computers : Programming : Languages - I just added folders for Squeak, Smalltalk, Lisp, and Scheme and supplied starter info for Squeak & Smalltalk. I also added a Q/A with a Dmoz link on the main Languages page. I think I like this service; we'll see if it hangs around. That's my major issue with these Internet ventures -- if we invest lots of time and energy in developing things on them will it all be wasted when they go offline? Which ones do you bet on?
:: linuxian 3/24/2000 11:10:33 AM [+] ::
FAQTS - Knowledge Base - FAQTS - This looks like a great new Internet service. In particular, look at how the MySQL people are using it.
:: linuxian 3/24/2000 09:01:24 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, March 23, 2000 ::
SqueakEnd '00 - Main page for the recent SqueakEnd'00 event. Lots of Squeak action happened at Craig Latta's place. I would have liked to have gone but couldn't spare the time from work.
:: linuxian 3/23/2000 04:37:57 PM [+] ::
Password Generator - a downloadable password generator. Site has some other useful information.
:: linuxian 3/23/2000 02:39:44 PM [+] ::
The JavaScript Source: Password Protection: Password Generator - Free Javascript for a password generator!
:: linuxian 3/23/2000 02:28:09 PM [+] ::
Secure Random Passwords - The Amazing Password Generator refreshes automatically every 15 seconds.
:: linuxian 3/23/2000 01:22:16 PM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, March 22, 2000 ::
JCraft - a WeirdX -- Pure Java X Window System Server under GPL
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 05:46:43 PM [+] ::
XP Testing Framework Software
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 05:27:36 PM [+] ::
SUnit Testing Framework - a Squeak Port! Check this out for XProgramming.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 05:25:59 PM [+] ::
Marco Buzzo -- My, oh, my! An Italian Python programming site!
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 05:12:02 PM [+] ::
wxWindows Front Page -- wcWindows is a frree C++ framework to make cross-platform programming ... uh ... easier.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 04:05:09 PM [+] ::
binarybliss.com - This is "Coming April 1, 2000" from Radiate. BinaryBliss will host a repository for "free" but advertising-supported software. It's a new business model, of sorts.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 02:25:16 PM [+] ::
Refactoring In Java - The beginnings of a specialized Java Refactoring Wiki.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 01:37:37 PM [+] ::
According to Don Roberts, Bob Hartwig has nearly completed a port of the entire Refactoring Browser to Squeak. It should show up on the Refactoring Browser Wiki in the next few weeks.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 12:44:15 PM [+] ::

:: linuxian 3/22/2000 12:34:46 PM [+] ::
The Pragmatic Programmers, LLC - The author's site for The Pragmatic Programmer book.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 12:24:35 PM [+] ::
AVAIL Home Page - a new experimental programming language by Mark van Gulik in cooperation with Ghoulsoft Inc. Not intended for mission-critical use at this time.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 09:52:26 AM [+] ::
RoleModel Software Patterns - An interesting software design patterns page (Ken Auer's company). Ken was instrumental in bringing about the first PLoP conference. He and his group have authored quite a few patterns.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 09:42:08 AM [+] ::
Lazy Optimization: Patterns for Efficient Smalltalk Programming - an article by Ken Auer and Kent Beck that expands on Beck's "Make it run, make it right, make it fast" mantra.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 09:31:24 AM [+] ::
Object Mentor, Inc. Home Page - XP Consulting group with Beck, Fowler, Jeffries, & Martin.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 09:22:50 AM [+] ::
Unpublished Pair-Programming Papers - Papers on one of the main XP techniques.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 08:59:04 AM [+] ::
Extreme Programming Roadmap - another XP Wiki page that intelligently inedexes the XP Wiki's information.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 08:58:11 AM [+] ::
Extreme Programming - XP Wiki page including the "Twelve Principles of Extreme Programming." Heavens! Another "Twelve Step" programming program?
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 08:55:58 AM [+] ::
Extreme Programming Wiki page
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 08:54:41 AM [+] ::
Extreme Programming: A Gentle Introduction. -- Don Wells' XP site.
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 08:53:57 AM [+] ::
Let's get started on links to Extreme Programming (XP, XProgramming) with a link to the main XProgramming.com page. XP, proposed by Kent Beck, et al., is an unusual (read "extreme") approach to software development. Lots of good ideas here, although I'm not sure everyone can do everything recommended. These dudes should be able to generate a nice consulting business from this, though!
:: linuxian 3/22/2000 08:52:11 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, March 21, 2000 ::
Refactoring Browser Wiki - John Brant and Don Roberts have set up this Wiki discussion area about the Refactoring Browser.
:: linuxian 3/21/2000 01:55:17 PM [+] ::
RefactoringBrowser: History of the Refactoring Browser
:: linuxian 3/21/2000 01:43:46 PM [+] ::
Refactoring Browser News
:: linuxian 3/21/2000 01:27:05 PM [+] ::
Refactoring Browser - The Refactoring Browser is an advanced browser for VisualWorks, VisualWorks/ENVY, and IBM Smalltalk.
:: linuxian 3/21/2000 01:24:43 PM [+] ::
SQCVS - A Swiki for a project to enable use of CVS together with Smalltalk (particularly Squeak).
:: linuxian 3/21/2000 11:51:00 AM [+] ::
CampSmalltalk Wiki - a Wiki discussion area for the Camp Smalltalk event.
:: linuxian 3/21/2000 10:15:28 AM [+] ::
Camp.Smalltalk.org Main Page -- Results from the Camp Smalltalk event held in San Diego on March 14-18, 2000.
:: linuxian 3/21/2000 10:14:18 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, March 20, 2000 ::
Programming XML in Java, Part 1 - JavaWorld March 2000
:: linuxian 3/20/2000 02:38:08 PM [+] ::
Portable Data/Portable Code: XML - a java.sun.com XML information site.
:: linuxian 3/20/2000 02:36:39 PM [+] ::
SAX for Python - Lars Marius Garshol's Python-based implementation of SAX, the "Simple API for XML."
:: linuxian 3/20/2000 02:33:46 PM [+] ::
SAX 1.0: The Simple API for XML - The definitive SAX site.
:: linuxian 3/20/2000 02:31:55 PM [+] ::
XML for the absolute beginner - JavaWorld April 1999 - self explanatory.
:: linuxian 3/20/2000 02:29:32 PM [+] ::
XML for the absolute beginner - JavaWorld April 1999 - self-explanatory.
:: linuxian 3/20/2000 11:42:32 AM [+] ::
The site of Allen I. Holub, a guru and teacher of Java and OO-Design, contains links to several of his articles and some useful source code (mostly in Java).
:: linuxian 3/20/2000 09:45:06 AM [+] ::

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