Archive for November, 2007

Comic: Tina The Tech Writer

November 30th, 2007 No comments

While I was surfing the web I came across this comic. Then a thought popped in my brainless brain (Is it?)… I was like “Crap! don’t I always write my codes in a hurry?!”. Yes, that’s a disease I got problem with. I’m sure in few years from now, when I’ll see my old codes again, I’ll feel embarrassed.

My point is, write a beautiful code. Oh man! Now 2 more thoughts popped on my mind. One of them is the Beautiful Code book from Oreilly!. Okay that’s enough, my brain is gonna be packed with new thoughts!

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‘Six’ best web frameworks in Java

November 30th, 2007 No comments

Great article I found on the web shows the best six Java frameworks for web developers. The unfocused energy on Java frameworks has forced many developers to select a framework path they are unsure off. This article is so helpful for whoever want to get a small idea of best six Java web frameworks out there. If you are one of them, fasten your seat belt and start reading!

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Silverlight 1.1 is now Silveright 2.0

November 30th, 2007 No comments

All the hype and rumors surrounding Microsoft Silverlight in last few days has now come to an end. Microsoft announced that SilverLight 1.1 will be now named SilverLight 2.0. The second installment of SilverLight (Microsoft’s-damn-freaking-way-to-monopolize-the-market) will support C# and Visual Basic of the .NET Framework which is a big plus. That’s a big move from Microsoft to beat down Adobe Flash.

Silverlight 2.0 is still in the development process and will take time to be out in public but the alpha release is out. Many firms and businesses are adopting Silverlight (instead of Flash) for their web applications due . But Flash still dominates the World-Wide-Web with a penetration over 93% for Flash Player 9 and over 99% for previous versions.

The battle between Adobe and Microsoft is still going and Microsoft is catching Adobe fast. If Adobe doesn’t do something fast they could lose this war. Oh god, I can feel the tension between Bruce Chizen and Steve… not that Steve, I meant Steve Ballmer. I don’t expect any gracefulness from anyone of them to the other, but I expect them to speed up the RIA (Rich Internet Application) development process and start working on getting rid of bugs been out there for years!

Go Google it in Your Phone! The Era of GPhone…

November 30th, 2007 No comments

According to The Wall Street Journal, google will announce their intention regarding the bidding for the 700MHz spectrum.

As the world mobile phone subscription approaches 3.3 billion subscribers (1 of every 2 earthling), there is nothing strange for google to get involve in these kinds of mobile market. The Andriod mobile OS announced by google was a first step for google to deepen their touch in the market. It’s also a good way for google, the advertisement freak, to publish their ads in mobile phones. The web is momentum games were the company who dominates people’s devices will revenue billions of dollars if not trillions.

Android + spectrum = GPhone network! I think that might actually work. Hmmm should I get an iPhone or wait to see what happens with Google?!

UPDATE: Google confirms its intent to big for the 700MHz spectrum auctioned by US FCC.

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New AIR Logo

November 18th, 2007 3 comments

A new logo for Adobe AIR has been announced. Mike Chambers posted the new logo on his blog as he says:

Adobe AIR is built on top of three core web technologies (HTML, Flash and PDF), and we wanted the logo to represent this. Thus, each corner of the logo represents one of these core technologies.

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Funny Comic

November 18th, 2007 No comments

Nothing special, just like to share this funny comic from Dilbert

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Video: RSS in Plain English

November 13th, 2007 No comments

Wanna know more about RSS? Check out this video..

If you’re believe of KISS “Keep It Simple, Stupid!” theory, checkout this video. It is a proof of that theory.

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Video: Mac vs. PC: Windows Vista

November 11th, 2007 No comments

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Video: South Park Mac vs. PC

November 10th, 2007 No comments

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Develop and Run Your First JavaFX Script Program in the Next Few Minutes

November 10th, 2007 No comments

I haven’t programmed yet for JavaFX, but I can’t wait to do so. James Weaver‘s JavaFX blog shows the faster way he knows to create your first JavaFX application. If you follow his steps you’ll create your first program using JavaFX which will output a certain text written on a frame.

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