Monthly Archives: April 2008

git init

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Jason Rudolph has a great post discussing getting started with git, the new kid on the block for version control. That post alone makes a compelling argument to me for trying it out. This quote hit a little too close … Continue reading

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Grails audit logging plugin

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

Shawn Hartsock has written an in-depth post on writing a Grails plugin to do audit logging. The post is great on several levels. First, he gives a good introduction to just how easy it is to write a plugin in … Continue reading

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Learning Objective-C

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

If you’re at all interested in learning Objective-C (maybe working on a little iPhone app…) then do yourself a favor and check out this nice little tutorial that Scott Stevenson wrote over at Cocoa Dev Central. I particularly liked his … Continue reading

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Welcome Constraints in Design

Post by Ben Edwards

Often times the best designs come about when the designer is forced to deal with constraints. In this case some terrific architecture and landscape design has come out of the space constraints presented by the rooftops of urban buildings. When … Continue reading

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History meme

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

I generally kinda hate following the latest meme going around, but I thought this one would actually be interesting to see, so I’m gonna jump in. [~]$ history 1000 | awk ‘{a[$2]++}END{for(i in a){print a[i] ” ” i}}’ | sort … Continue reading

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Computing in the Cloud

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

Amazon continues to blow me away with all their cloud services. This blog post from Michael Nygard shows how Amazon has pretty much eliminated the final roadblocks to using AWS for “real world” applications. Basically they’ve enabled static IP addresses, … Continue reading

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