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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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:: Tuesday, October 31, 2000 ::

M$ strikes again: ITworld.com - C#, the natural progression.

:: grepninja 10/31/2000 04:19:52 PM [+] ::
Prognosis - UNIX is a commercial systems management system.

:: grepninja 10/31/2000 03:48:55 PM [+] ::
Good article on Wireless : TheStandard.com: Grok - Wireless.

:: grepninja 10/31/2000 03:44:00 PM [+] ::
Article: ZDNet: eWEEK: Dev tool goes open source -- Panther Open Source Software for Linux (POSSL), by JYACC Inc., is going Open Source.

:: grepninja 10/31/2000 11:28:22 AM [+] ::
The VWCL C Class Library is a "public, Open Source, and free C++ class library for Windows and Linux/UNIX development."

:: grepninja 10/31/2000 09:21:40 AM [+] ::
Wator is a Java Applet written for fun by Robert C. Martin of Objectmentor.com.

:: grepninja 10/31/2000 09:07:08 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, October 30, 2000 ::
Mark Edel Answers Project Leadership Questions -- an interesting thread on Slashdot.

:: grepninja 10/30/2000 04:38:07 PM [+] ::
Welcome to NEdit.org -- Nedit is "a multi-purpose text editor for the X Window System."

:: grepninja 10/30/2000 04:32:59 PM [+] ::
:: Friday, October 27, 2000 ::
How To Write Unmaintainable Code

:: grepninja 10/27/2000 01:11:48 PM [+] ::
Behavior! home page -- a modelling tool in beta stage as a research project.

:: grepninja 10/27/2000 11:44:31 AM [+] ::
Extreme Programming Roadmap

:: grepninja 10/27/2000 10:24:36 AM [+] ::
Martin Fowler recomends Continuous Integration as an XP practice.

:: grepninja 10/27/2000 10:22:51 AM [+] ::
Thoughtworks.com -- Martin Fowler works here and likes it.

:: grepninja 10/27/2000 10:16:11 AM [+] ::
Here is the website of Martin Fowler, the author of Refactoring : Improving the Design of Existing Code, among other books. Fowler has recently written Planning Extreme Programming along with Kent Beck.

:: grepninja 10/27/2000 10:13:30 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, October 26, 2000 ::
The Tech Museum: Robotics: Sensing, Thinking, Acting

:: NanoWriter 10/26/2000 03:01:10 PM [+] ::
A business-to-business news and information site: Line56.com | B2B E-Commerce.

:: linuxian 10/26/2000 10:34:19 AM [+] ::
.NET Framework SDK, Visual Studio.NET, and ASP Developer Resources

:: linuxian 10/26/2000 09:31:48 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 ::
Some links toward Linux on Palm:

:: linuxian 10/25/2000 12:26:45 PM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 ::
Dandelion is a Squeak "Smalltalk code analysis/output framework."

:: linuxian 10/24/2000 05:31:13 PM [+] ::
Mostly for Java on devices: devicetop.com. They have a big contest right now (Oct 2000).

:: linuxian 10/24/2000 09:48:46 AM [+] ::
Smalltalk/JVM

:: linuxian 10/24/2000 09:42:27 AM [+] ::
Collaborative Software Laboratory -- "Goal: achieving Alan Kay's long delayed dream of creating collaborative Dynabooks."

:: linuxian 10/24/2000 09:22:06 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, October 23, 2000 ::
Linux.com - Voice-Over-IP For Linux -- several available alternatives.

:: linuxian 10/23/2000 02:49:09 PM [+] ::
ZeroKnowledge has announced that it will OpenSource its Freedom client. The Linux version is available and the Windows version is coming. Be aware that while the client is "free" and Open Source, certain features depend on the Freedom Network, which is not free. Caveat emptor. Actually, I wonder what the "caveat" should be when you're not an "emptor" but are getting something for free? I'll have to think about that one!

:: linuxian 10/23/2000 12:20:35 PM [+] ::
NewsForge: Open Source News -- free registration, looks pretty decent.

:: linuxian 10/23/2000 12:00:35 PM [+] ::
PocketLinux.com -- The site claims that PocketLinux is "a complete platform that provides an end-to-end solution for building unified, standardized and open information communications infrastructure across the entire spectrum of computer systems. PocketLinux is the first Open Source framework to leverage a common software architecture to deliver consistent services to all users. PocketLinux is unique in its ability to provide all these elements."

:: linuxian 10/23/2000 10:09:23 AM [+] ::
:: Friday, October 20, 2000 ::
XSLT.com -- "XSLT is a language for transforming XML documents into other XML documents."

:: linuxian 10/20/2000 04:50:32 PM [+] ::
www.smalltalksystems.com sent me to Instantiations.com. Have a look at their Smalltalk offerings.

:: linuxian 10/20/2000 04:20:07 PM [+] ::
:: Thursday, October 19, 2000 ::
Unix Haters Release 2.0

:: linuxian 10/19/2000 09:03:09 AM
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:: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 ::
Links2Go: Python produces an amazingly good resource tree.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 12:21:27 PM [+] ::
Cetus Links: 18,872 Links on Objects and Components / Python

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 12:17:49 PM [+] ::
Books About Python -- the "Python Bookstore" site at Python.org.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 12:16:29 PM [+] ::
Welcome to Digital Creations -- Publishers of Zope.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:55:39 AM [+] ::
Welcome to Zope.org

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:54:02 AM [+] ::
Scintilla and SciTE. Scintilla is a free source code editing component. SciTE is a SCIntilla based Text Editor.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:49:28 AM [+] ::
ActiveState - Products - .NET (sigh!) includes stuff for "Perl.NET" and "Python.NET." Is there *no* escape?

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:43:26 AM [+] ::
ActiveState - Products - ActivePython

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:41:29 AM [+] ::
ActiveState - Products - ActivePython - Python Extensions For Windows (win32all)

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:40:29 AM [+] ::
PythonLabs ~ Python 2.0 -- :Final" release is out!

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:22:18 AM [+] ::
Deja.com: PyXML 0.6.1 is released

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:21:08 AM [+] ::
Deja.com: Forum comp.lang.python.announce

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:18:38 AM [+] ::
The Vaults of Parnassus: Python Resources is new to me, although it's adequately posted to [Top: Computers: Programming: Languages: Python] at Dmoz .

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:16:40 AM [+] ::
Looks new to me! See The Vaults of Parnassus: Python Resources.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 11:07:07 AM [+] ::
Source-Navigator(TM)IDE works with the Insight GUI interface for GDB.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 10:51:33 AM [+] ::
Standards Now! The Web Standards Project: Fighting for Standards in our Browsers.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 10:24:56 AM [+] ::
Steve Holden's Website

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 10:22:55 AM [+] ::
The Daily Python-URL! at Pythonware.com.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 10:16:05 AM [+] ::
Whisker: The O-O Stacking Browser has been updated to work with Squeak 2.7 and 2.8. Looks like it's getting better all the time.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 08:46:25 AM [+] ::
John Macintosh has started an account of Camp Smalltalk CS3 (OOPSLA 2000).

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 08:42:53 AM [+] ::
Reminder: the W3C's Canonical XML Version 1.0 Working Draft.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 08:31:34 AM [+] ::
Reminder: current W3C Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Second Edition) specification.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 08:29:36 AM [+] ::
Reminder: The W3C's Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) 1.1 specification.

:: linuxian 10/17/2000 08:27:43 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, October 16, 2000 ::
Open Source PDA Platforms -- Compaq iPAQ H3600

:: linuxian 10/16/2000 09:51:18 AM [+] ::
Source code for Sun's OpenOffice suite is now available at www.openoffice.org.

:: linuxian 10/16/2000 09:24:49 AM [+] ::
:: Friday, October 13, 2000 ::
iPAQLinux.com -- Put some Linux in your hand

:: linuxian 10/13/2000 02:37:39 PM [+] ::
handhelds.org -- Home Page

:: linuxian 10/13/2000 02:34:01 PM [+] ::
Greg Haerr's Microwindows and NanoGUI Page

:: linuxian 10/13/2000 02:30:31 PM [+] ::
Techdirt.

:: linuxian 10/13/2000 02:19:13 PM [+] ::
Some *very* interesting designs for handheld devices: CEATEC Photos.

:: linuxian 10/13/2000 02:09:52 PM [+] ::
Open Directory - Computers: Data Formats: Markup Languages: XHTML and cHTML = Compact HTML are now possible competitors to WML for WAP, which appears to be undergoing a "redefinition," due to the competitive i-Mode technology now sweeping Japan.

:: linuxian 10/13/2000 09:37:00 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, October 12, 2000 ::
Moved GrepNinjaLog to http://cyberjet.tripod.com/grepninjalog/.

:: linuxian 10/12/2000 12:25:08 PM [+] ::
I am moving grepninjalog from http://employees.exobox.com/jtobler/grepninjalog/ to http://cyberjet.tripod.com/grepninjalog/. That will now be the official location. This older location will not be updated in future.

:: linuxian 10/12/2000 12:23:34 PM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, October 11, 2000 ::
I just registered at WikiWeb. They have Wikis for Smalltalk, Pocket Smalltalk, Java, etc.

:: linuxian 10/11/2000 10:04:42 AM [+] ::
PocketSmalltalk Wiki

:: linuxian 10/11/2000 09:59:16 AM [+] ::
Welcome to Pocket Java(tm) -- under construction and references Pocket Smalltalk.

:: linuxian 10/11/2000 09:57:06 AM [+] ::
The main Cygwin project page.

:: linuxian 10/11/2000 09:54:29 AM [+] ::
GCC Development Tools -- Here's what the Palm OS site says:
PRC-Tools is a complete compiler tool chain for building Palm OS® applications in C or C++. It is free software. The PRC-Tools package includes patched versions of the GNU packages GCC, binutils, and gdb, along with various post-linker tools to produce Palm OS .PRC files.

:: linuxian 10/11/2000 09:41:31 AM [+] ::
PilRC is now at Aaron Ardiri's Site. "PilRC is an application that takes a resource script file and generates one or more binary resource files that are to be used when developing for the Palm Computing Platform. PilRCUI gives you a preview of your resource file."

:: linuxian 10/11/2000 09:35:57 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, October 10, 2000 ::
JBuilder 3.5 Foundation for Linux Download -- "free download" but be sure to read the license.

:: linuxian 10/10/2000 02:47:48 PM [+] ::
BlueBookImplementationTOC

:: linuxian 10/10/2000 10:25:12 AM [+] ::
Dwight Hughes Website -- Dwight is a serious Squeak Smalltalk programmer. Of particular note on his site, be sure to check out Part 4: The Implementation, Chapters 26-30 from the Blue Book -- Smalltalk-80: The Language and Its Implementation by Adele Goldberg and David Robson. This is rare and out-of-print material. Extremely important for true Smalltalkers!

:: linuxian 10/10/2000 10:23:48 AM [+] ::
:: Monday, October 09, 2000 ::
Oracle Sales Online - Welcome -- This is a "killer app" free service that is causing some serious problems for the competition.

:: linuxian 10/09/2000 11:49:09 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, October 05, 2000 ::
Reminder: the Squeak Book is progressing toward publication.

:: linuxian 10/05/2000 11:10:09 AM [+] ::
Key Extreme Programming (XP) practices: XPractices

:: linuxian 10/05/2000 10:29:48 AM [+] ::
eXtreme Programming section at Indistrial Logic has pointers to XP information.

:: linuxian 10/05/2000 10:24:30 AM [+] ::
XPDeveloper FrontPage appears to be a British Wiki devoted to Extreme Programming (XP).

:: linuxian 10/05/2000 10:20:50 AM [+] ::
SOFT-22: Extreme Programming and Flexible Processes in Software Engineering

:: linuxian 10/05/2000 10:17:40 AM [+] ::
Some XP consultants: eXtreme Programming at TriReme.

:: linuxian 10/05/2000 10:17:03 AM [+] ::
The Extreme Programming Wiki contains an onging discussion and amplification of the 12 practices of Extreme Programming.

:: linuxian 10/05/2000 10:12:36 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, October 04, 2000 ::
Unofficial XP FAQ

:: linuxian 10/04/2000 01:43:03 PM [+] ::
SourceForge: Project Info - PyUnit testing framework

:: linuxian 10/04/2000 01:37:21 PM [+] ::
JUnit, Testing Resources for Extreme Programming

:: linuxian 10/04/2000 01:36:51 PM [+] ::
XProgramming.com

:: linuxian 10/04/2000 01:36:14 PM [+] ::
Extreme Programming: A Gentle Introduction.

:: linuxian 10/04/2000 01:34:15 PM [+] ::
Extreme Programming

:: linuxian 10/04/2000 01:33:41 PM [+] ::
:: Monday, October 02, 2000 ::
XFce - XFce Desktop Environment - "a simple, light and efficient environment" for a Linux System.

:: linuxian 10/02/2000 03:04:09 PM [+] ::
Symbian - Powering the heart of the wireless community -- Symbian Smartphone, etc.

:: linuxian 10/02/2000 12:56:21 PM [+] ::
PC World.com | Phones and PDAs Merge at Wireless Show

:: linuxian 10/02/2000 12:43:13 PM [+] ::
kuro5hin.org || Making the Perfect Moderation System -- description of Glasscode, a forum moderation system used on the Glasscode creator's half-empty: Mindless Drivel For The Masses site.

:: linuxian 10/02/2000 09:11:50 AM [+] ::
The 6th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition -- This should be cool!

:: linuxian 10/02/2000 09:07:31 AM [+] ::

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