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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, May 05, 2000 ::

Georgia Tech Squeak Students' Cases.
:: linuxian 5/5/2000 04:54:42 PM [+] ::
This is Eric S. Raymond (ESR's) site for Jargon File Resources. Esr writes that this site is "as official as anything associated with the Jargon File gets."
:: linuxian 5/5/2000 04:10:54 PM [+] ::
Here are some of the Georgia Tech students' results: Newspaper Sharing - Spring 2000.
:: linuxian 5/5/2000 03:50:54 PM [+] ::
Squeak students at Georgia Tech faced the following challenge: Spring 2000 Project Assignment Description.
:: linuxian 5/5/2000 03:49:46 PM [+] ::
David N. Smith's Squeak Page - Many useful goodies, including an printf()-like Formatter for Squeak, a TT800 Random Number Generator, a HangMan game, code for filing IBM Smalltalk applications into Squeak, code for hiding and showing automatic updates in a Change Set Browser, etc.
:: linuxian 5/5/2000 12:53:59 PM [+] ::
:: Thursday, May 04, 2000 ::
Here is the lxr cross-reference of Linux Source Code.
:: linuxian 5/4/2000 01:19:32 PM [+] ::
Linux Cross-Reference (lxr) is a new utility for viewing and cross-referencing relatively large CVS code repositories.
:: linuxian 5/4/2000 12:48:06 PM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, May 03, 2000 ::
Here are the main links for the CVST Project sites:
:: linuxian 5/3/2000 11:26:33 AM [+] ::
XML.Smalltalk.org Main Page - "Enhancing all versions of Smalltalk with XML."
:: linuxian 5/3/2000 09:51:55 AM [+] ::
A Swiki page was started for an investigation into using the new M$-sponsored SOAP XML RPC protocol with Squeak.
:: linuxian 5/3/2000 09:45:50 AM [+] ::
More on Jabber, today. First, a list of indexes to various Jabber Archives: Here is a link to another Jabber Archive Index.
:: linuxian 5/3/2000 09:15:29 AM [+] ::
Here are some references on the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), an XML-based spec for communicating with wireless devices such as appropriately equipped cellular telephones.
:: linuxian 5/3/2000 08:33:32 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 ::
An interesting advanced tutorial Squeak project: Squeak as Web Server.
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 04:39:35 PM [+] ::
Well, after looking at some small archive files, I've decided to archive monthly. Just changed the setting.
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 11:55:52 AM [+] ::
Look at this again; it's a port of the SUnit testing framework for Squeak.
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 11:44:26 AM [+] ::
I just changed the number of days to display on the main page from 14 to 30. I'm still archiving weekly.
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 11:27:58 AM [+] ::
I needed to answer a post about Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine and found a Java Applet Emulator for the Analytical Engine.
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 09:55:40 AM [+] ::
The W3C's Introduction to HTML 4 contains a good description of URI's.
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 09:15:38 AM [+] ::
What Is...a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) (a definition)
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 09:13:39 AM [+] ::
Uniform Resource Names (URN) Progress Report
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 08:59:03 AM [+] ::
Purveyor Administrator's Guide - Uniform Resource Locators
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 08:58:05 AM [+] ::
rfc1630 - Universal Resource Identifiers in WWW: A Unifying Syntax.
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 08:53:02 AM [+] ::
And this: Web Naming and Addressing Overview (URIs, URLs, ...).
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 08:48:57 AM [+] ::
Today I'm researching URI's and URL's a bit so we'll be looking at sites like this: URI::URL - Uniform Resource Locators (absolute and relative).
:: linuxian 5/2/2000 08:46:44 AM [+] ::

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