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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, July 31, 2001 ::

IBM has made available a 50 page Technical FAQ for Linux Users in PDF format.

:: grepninja 7/31/2001 12:42:27 PM [+] ::
NCBI offers more genomics links on its Genomes Guide and The Human Genome pages.

:: grepninja 7/31/2001 11:54:22 AM [+] ::
Check out Ensembl, a joint project between EMBL - EBI and the Sanger Centre to develop a software system which produces and maintains automatic annotation on eukaryotic genomes.

:: grepninja 7/31/2001 11:49:58 AM [+] ::
Human Genome Central

:: grepninja 7/31/2001 11:48:40 AM [+] ::
The National Human Genome Research Institute hosts the Human Genome Project and has a great Researcher Resources section and more links at the Genome Hub.

:: grepninja 7/31/2001 11:45:21 AM [+] ::
Here is a little reminder about the Public Library of Science initiative.

:: grepninja 7/31/2001 11:37:51 AM [+] ::
Genomeweb

:: grepninja 7/31/2001 11:35:57 AM [+] ::
:: Friday, July 27, 2001 ::
The Tree of Life Project Root Page - biological taxonomy.

:: grepninja 7/27/2001 10:26:22 AM [+] ::
The NCBI BLAST site is a key bioinformatics resource. What is BLAST? The site describes it like this: "BLAST® (Basic Local Alignment Search Tool) is a set of similarity search programs designed to explore all of the available sequence databases regardless of whether the query is protein or DNA. "

:: grepninja 7/27/2001 10:24:14 AM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, July 24, 2001 ::
Open Source Software Development as a Special Type of Academic Research (Critique of Vulgar Raymondism) by Nikolai Bezroukov.

:: grepninja 7/24/2001 10:02:44 PM [+] ::
:: Monday, July 23, 2001 ::
Introduction to Structured Query Language offers a basic SQL tutorial.

:: grepninja 7/23/2001 09:33:29 AM [+] ::
A mirror site for PostgreSQL, chosen from the main PostgreSQL.org site, has the full Release Documentation online.

:: grepninja 7/23/2001 09:27:15 AM [+] ::
SQL for Web Nerds by Philip Greenspun is an online book that covers SQL basics in a sometimes humorous way.

:: grepninja 7/23/2001 09:16:23 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, July 19, 2001 ::
Lutz Roeder's Programming .NET

:: grepninja 7/19/2001 09:35:13 AM [+] ::
Here is a Dave Winer piece on Miguel de Icaza's new efforts with the Mono Project at Ximian. Mono is getting some cooperation from Microsoft (see this FAQ). Here is a response from Miguel. Mono is "an effort to create a Free Software (sometimes called open source) implementation of the .NET Development Framework." These materials are a GrepNinja "Must Read."

:: grepninja 7/19/2001 09:27:23 AM [+] ::
One of my favorite groups of gurus has formed "The Agile Alliance" and has issued the Agile Manifesto. The group includes at least 17 key Extreme Programming (XP), Refactoring, and Pragmatic Programming people :
  • Kent Beck
  • Mike Beedle
  • Arie van Bennekum
  • Alistair Cockburn
  • Ward Cunningham
  • Martin Fowler
  • James Grenning
  • Jim Highsmith
  • Andrew Hunt
  • Ron Jeffries
  • Jon Kern
  • Brian Marick
  • Robert C. Martin
  • Steve Mellor
  • Ken Schwaber
  • Jeff Sutherland
  • Dave Thomas

:: grepninja 7/19/2001 09:17:09 AM [+] ::
:: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 ::
Open Directory Category for ISO 9000 information.

:: grepninja 7/18/2001 09:22:31 PM [+] ::
:: Monday, July 16, 2001 ::
Yea! BioRuby is now an active project. In addition, here are some other important Bioinformatics projects:

:: grepninja 7/16/2001 09:28:32 AM [+] ::
:: Friday, July 13, 2001 ::
Portable.NET - "The goal of this project is to build a suite of open source tools to build and execute .NET applications, including a C# compiler, assembler, disassembler, and runtime engine. The initial target platform is Linux, with other platforms to follow in the future."

:: grepninja 7/13/2001 10:46:26 AM [+] ::
Lincoln Stein wrote this fascinating article, " How Perl Saved the Human Genome Project" for The Perl Journal. It's a great introductory piece reproduced on the Bioperl.org site. Related projects are Biojava.org, Biopython.org, Bioxml.org, Biocorba.org. All can be reached from the Bioperl.org site.

:: grepninja 7/13/2001 10:22:37 AM [+] ::
Visual Parse++ is a next generation visual development environment for writing lexers and parsers.

:: grepninja 7/13/2001 09:46:50 AM [+] ::
The Prime Pages - everything you didn't realize you wanted to know about prime numbers.

:: grepninja 7/13/2001 09:29:39 AM [+] ::
:: Thursday, July 12, 2001 ::
GNOME's Miguel de Icaza on .NET outlines efforts to make .NET available on UNIX and Linux systems. The new project is called Mono. O'Reilly has a new .NET Devcenter section.

:: grepninja 7/12/2001 12:26:53 PM [+] ::
:: Tuesday, July 10, 2001 ::
A reminder of the main site for the Whisker Browser, a cool Squeak Smalltalk goodie provided by Smalltalker Doug Way.

:: grepninja 7/10/2001 12:49:41 PM [+] ::
Squeak Fixes, Enhancements, Add-Ons - extracted from the Squeak email list.

:: grepninja 7/10/2001 10:44:04 AM [+] ::
A Newbie's On-going Tutorial is a new beginner's tutorial for Squeak Smalltalk.

:: grepninja 7/10/2001 10:32:22 AM [+] ::

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