:: grepninjalog ::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, September 29, 2000 ::
Link to complete course notes for a Data Structures and Algorithms II class (Oriented toward C++).:: Wednesday, September 27, 2000 ::
Jabber.org - Perl
An Archive of Jabber IRC Logs including irc.jabber.org and conference.jabber.org
Some Jabber information reminders from the archives:
DevX Source Code Library
Linux 101: RPM files explained:: Tuesday, September 26, 2000 ::
Cellmania.com: Wireless Store:CellPhones Search: "web-enabled"
This looks really interesting: Kannel: Open Source WAP and SMS Gateway.
This article, "allNetDevices: - Vendor Launches Linux Browser Group," describes the a new open source WML browser being developed for Linux.
wmlbrowser.org coordinates development of an open source project WML Browser for Linux.
LinPeople.org is a Linux Internet Support Cooperative. They also operate an IRC channel at irc.linpeople.org. Actually, it looks like the real IRC network was changed into Open Projects Net but they still support Linux users on #LinPeople, on a 24-hour basis, providing help for new and experienced users alike.
Open Projects Net IRC has listings of hostnames that provide access to the OPN IRC network.
CNET Linux Center:: Monday, September 25, 2000 ::
Well! At least someone is trying to preserve one of the ancient behemoth computers for posterity! The CSIRAC is exhibited at the Melbourne Museum in Australia. For however long the link lasts, here's an article about it: The Age: Electronic dinosaur is dusted off.
Well, a friend recommended it as a cute bit of anti-M$ humor, but then Hasbro threatened the producers of the MS-Monopoly.com site. I am *so* tired of heavy-handed lawyers trying to crush parody and humor from the world. I still wear my Borg-Gates T-Shirt sometimes, though it's starting to fade. No offense, Mr. Bill!
The Linux Joystick Driver
You can get a free or commercial version of Dolphin Smalltalk at the Object Arts site. You will also find a Beginner's Guide to Dolphin Smalltalk there.
Monty Kamath's Goodstart - Smalltalk Information
An old but complete edition of Howard Rheingold's Tools for Thought is available on the Web. Chapter 11 contains interesting biographical material on Alan Kay, inventor of Smalltalk, among other things.
Must-read article includes info and picture of Alan Kay: SPACEWAR - by Stewart Brand - Fanatic Life and Symbolic Death Among the Computer Bums..
A list of some Smalltalk Knowledge Tests list includes interview questions, etc.
A Smalltalk Webring has been formed. It was started in October of 1999 and is currently part of the Object Bodies and Parts, Inc. website.
Why Smalltalk? is a Smalltalk promotional site. It does not seem to be tied to any particular Smalltalk platform and it is part of a Smalltalk Webring.
Jabberd Cross Reference (LXR) -- This is on a personal server so be gentle.:: Friday, September 22, 2000 ::
Welcome to the openCoast distribution site -- a groupware framework.:: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 ::
eLance.com is another Linux and OpenSource "expert" marketplace site.:: Monday, September 18, 2000 ::
At HotJabber.com -Instant Messaging you will find the alpha release of the HotJabber instant messaging client and you can sign up for a free account on their server. HotJabber uses the Jabber instant messaging protocol.:: Friday, September 08, 2000 ::
Here's Tim Rowledge's homepage. Tim is a key Squeaker.
An article on TechnologyEvaluation.com: Technologyevaluation.com - GNOME Will Try to Buff Up Linux
CREATE Squeak Smalltalk Page:: Thursday, September 07, 2000 ::
SmallInterfaces Squeak port.The "SmallInterfaces" introduces interface in Smalltalk. Interface specifies which messages an object will execute (not *how* the object is going to work). It will lead to a better Responsibility Driven Design.
Har, Har! Dig this: Microsoft Linux - the premier linux distro!
Reminder: Here's the URL for an important Linux reference, the Single list of HOWTOs. This is only one part of the very cool Linux Documentation Project (LDP) site.:: Wednesday, September 06, 2000 ::
PythonLabs ~ The Python Source at BeOpen PythonLabs
Big news today! PythonLabs ~ Download Python 2.0 beta 1
Supporting Multilanguage Text Layout and Complex Scripts with Windows NT 5.0--MSJ, November 1998
The VIM (Vi IMproved) Home Page  is a US Mirror for Vim.org.
Command line psychology 101
PolySoft Crypt Edit
Here's how you can use grep to recursively search for a string. -- Greg Hinkel's UNIX Tip of the Week for March 3, 1996.
DevX Source Code Library
A SAX Based (K)Java WBXML Parser
Redherring.com - Ericsson swept up in wireless VC "tsunami"- September 05, 2000:: Tuesday, September 05, 2000 ::
The Street Performer Protocol and Digital Copyrights
Hack the Planet Prime:
Supposedly, this item passes the "grandmother test": ZDNet: Enterprise: FreePad: Norway's alternative to Sweden's Screen Phone.
xml-xhtml-tips mailing list - simonstl.com
Waponomy - Create your own wireless service. Join for free.
Some OpenSource-related sites:
An interesting Linux Journal article that features Jabber: "LJ 77: The Next Bang: The Explosive Combination of Embedded Linux, XML and Instant Messaging."
ccWAP offers a free online WML editor/generator: ccWAP.com : WAP Wizzard.
ccWAP.com: Free WAP-Browser, Free eShop and information about the Wireless web, WAP, WAP-Sites and much more
An online WAP simulator (French site).
ASP Today recently published an interesting WAP article: "Generating WBMP Images With ASP.":: Friday, September 01, 2000 ::
Welcome to CollabNet, Inc. -- another service designed to foster OpenSource collaborative development. It looks like CollabNet is the parent to SourceXchange and SourceCast. CollabNet was mentioned in a recent news article about an "Open Source Development Lab" that will presumably soon be hugely funded by IBM, HP, and Intel. Watch for the sequel!