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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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:: Thursday, August 03, 2000 ::

The site for SUnit port downloads: SUnit Camp Smalltalk. I've probably logged this before but it's important.
:: linuxian 8/3/2000 12:30:28 PM [+] ::
Reminder: Refactoring Browser Wiki.
:: linuxian 8/3/2000 11:05:43 AM [+] ::
The IBM site for VisualAge for Smalltalk has many Smalltalk resources. Here is the VisualAge Smalltalk Sitemap link.
:: linuxian 8/3/2000 10:55:54 AM [+] ::
The IBM site for VisualAge for Smalltalk has many Smalltalk resources. Here is the VisualAge Smalltalk Sitemap link.
:: linuxian 8/3/2000 10:55:48 AM [+] ::
Wireless Application Protocol is a WAP-oriented page provided as a part of Developer.com, which is, in turn, provided by Earthweb.com.
:: linuxian 8/3/2000 09:50:57 AM [+] ::
Wireless Application Protocol is a WAP-oriented page provided as a part of Developer.com, which is, in turn, provided by Earthweb.com.
:: linuxian 8/3/2000 09:50:48 AM [+] ::
Ralph E. Johnson is a master Smalltalk teacher and is very active in the Squeak community. Many people credit him for whatever Smalltalk ability they have.
:: linuxian 8/3/2000 08:05:17 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, August 02, 2000 ::
Thomas Muldowney [temas@box5.net] cites the OpenH323 Project as one of the main possibilities for Jabber to use as the primary voice target. Temas says: "This is a very common video and audio stack that has strong backing; it also has a very strong open movement around it."
:: linuxian 8/2/2000 05:50:06 PM [+] ::
Cellmania.com indexes and previews more than 5,000 WAP-enabled Web sites and appears to be adding something over 100 new sites every week.
:: linuxian 8/2/2000 02:47:33 PM [+] ::
TheStandard.com publishes two pages of extreme importance to a number of my colleagues:
:: linuxian 8/2/2000 12:50:09 PM [+] ::
Worth a read: Compare XML-RPC and SOAP, WDDX, ebXML, and JMS.
:: linuxian 8/2/2000 09:37:01 AM [+] ::
Next Generation Gaming, an EM Ventures investment, is experimenting in online gaming (mostly casino-type, right now). They have a newsletter and are also doing some stuff with online television, WAP gaming, etc. Two other EM Ventures investments: May be worth keeping a watch on these for the future.
:: linuxian 8/2/2000 09:13:16 AM [+] ::
Looks like there's a new Linux C++ compiler around! Check out the Pentium Compiler Group's PGCC. It's a highly optimized, Pentium-specific replacement for GCC.
:: linuxian 8/2/2000 08:39:35 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, August 01, 2000 ::
Squeak Prolog - What the ...?
:: linuxian 8/1/2000 03:49:03 PM [+] ::
Some Lisp/Scheme/AI Software at Temple University
:: linuxian 8/1/2000 03:40:10 PM [+] ::
Lifestreams Project Home Page. According to the site, "Lifestreams was invented by Eric Freeman and David Gelernter as a network-centric replacement for the desktop metaphor. That original work is detailed in the Lifestreams dissertation:"
:: linuxian 8/1/2000 02:45:26 PM [+] ::
Suck just published an *extremely* uncomplimentary article about the Mozilla project: "Before the Body's Cold". Suck previously bruised Mozilla about usability in "Skin Cancer". It's painful to remember just how much I and others wanted Mozilla to succeed!
:: linuxian 8/1/2000 09:34:03 AM [+] ::
Anybody paying attention to The Web Standards Project: Mission?
:: linuxian 8/1/2000 09:26:37 AM [+] ::
"A GNOME Web browser based on gecko":Galeon : the web, only the web.
:: linuxian 8/1/2000 09:19:28 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, July 31, 2000 ::
Freenet: Installing stable release on Win.
:: linuxian 7/31/2000 05:45:23 PM [+] ::
Network Advertising Initiative has come up with a "self-regulation proposal" that was approved last Thursday by the Federal Trade Commission. For some strange reason, online privacy advocates (and I) remain skeptical. The site contains a good deal of their information. You decide! Other refs:
:: linuxian 7/31/2000 10:21:53 AM [+] ::
Without further commentary, here is a link to The Free Network Project site and here are the Installation Instructions.
:: linuxian 7/31/2000 10:15:30 AM [+] ::
TimeZone is a time zone database for Smalltalk.
:: linuxian 7/31/2000 09:52:03 AM [+] ::
This Swiki page from the main Squeak Swiki contains information about Kent Beck's SUnits Testing Framework.
:: linuxian 7/31/2000 09:42:37 AM [+] ::
Funny, I hadn't really seen this before: Squeak Smalltalk: A Quick Reference. Also, it's nice to have the Squeak Language Definition readily available.
:: linuxian 7/31/2000 09:36:10 AM [+] ::

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