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:: Friday, February 02, 2001 ::
Python-Aware Programmer Editors and IDEs
Dive Into Python -- a free Python teaching book by Mark Pilgrim.
Dive Into Python -- a free Python teaching book.
Helix Code has been renamed as Ximian.com
I changed my "public" email address today to email@example.com. I re-ran the archives but I notice that archives for October and December are missing. Looks like Blogger dropped the ball on those.
Introduction to Metadata
Root Prompt -- Nothing but Unix
Unix Guru Universe
etrieve - email evolved - listen to your email
WAP.com - - Your guide to the wireless Internet, wap phones, wap services and PDAs
Dinkum C/C Library Reference
C O R A N T E - Tech News. Filtered Daily.
Welcome to Zope.org
Zope Newbie News - 2001 02 01:: Thursday, February 01, 2001 ::
Catalog.com -- "Free Websitehost ISP with ASP, DSL, ADSL, Dedicated Hosting for your Free Web Site, Catalog Directory, Commerce, Merchant Account and Domain Transfer" This site has strong potential as a future home for Grepninja.com and Unology.com.
Celera Genomics Group (CRA) -- sequenced the genome. Long term potential could be *huge*.
Welcome to NuTec Sciences -- now getting into genetics supercomputing. Looks like it's still privately held, VC funded, and pre-IPO.:: Wednesday, January 31, 2001 ::
1 Dollar Hosting -- cheapest I've seen yet!
QUALCOMM's new Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless (BREW)
The Adventures of ACTION ITEM!:: Tuesday, January 30, 2001 ::
Joel on Software Daily Builds are Your Friend
A subjective analysis of two high-level, object-oriented languages -- compares Python and Java but the comparisons are not only subjective but also vary almost chaotically.:: Monday, January 29, 2001 ::
JDOM -- a project to "build a complete, Java-based solution for accessing, manipulating, and outputting XML data from Java code."
JavaRE Project SourceForge site -- some day may give the reverse of ArgoUML.
Someone on the ArgoUML list recommends this asa "best practices tutorial for UML: " Use case modeling tips: Techniques for better UML use case models."
Microsoft has a UDDI - Universal Description Discovery and Integration project related to Web Services and the new .NET technologies.
XML.Com article: "XML.com: Using XSL Formatting Objects [Jan. 17, 2001]." The article defines XSL Formatting Objects as "an XML-based markup language that lets you specify in great detail the pagination, layout, and styling information that will be applied to your content." At this time, XSL FO is not as practically usefull as XSLT but may be worth watching if you must create real, printed output from your XML-based data.
The OpenOffice.org project has an XML Project that is developing an XML based file format. The project's mission is "to create an open and ubiquitous XML-based file format for office documents and to provide an open reference implementation for this format."