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:: Friday, October 27, 2000 ::
How To Write Unmaintainable Code
Behavior! home page -- a modelling tool in beta stage as a research project.
Extreme Programming Roadmap
Martin Fowler recomends Continuous Integration as an XP practice.
Thoughtworks.com -- Martin Fowler works here and likes it.
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.:: Thursday, October 26, 2000 ::
The Tech Museum: Robotics: Sensing, Thinking, Acting
A business-to-business news and information site: Line56.com | B2B E-Commerce.
.NET Framework SDK, Visual Studio.NET, and ASP Developer Resources:: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 ::
Some links toward Linux on Palm::: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 ::
Dandelion is a Squeak "Smalltalk code analysis/output framework."
Mostly for Java on devices: devicetop.com. They have a big contest right now (Oct 2000).
Collaborative Software Laboratory -- "Goal: achieving Alan Kay's long delayed dream of creating collaborative Dynabooks.":: Monday, October 23, 2000 ::
Linux.com - Voice-Over-IP For Linux -- several available alternatives.
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!
NewsForge: Open Source News -- free registration, looks pretty decent.
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."