Work is never fun if you do it for other people. But why? I’d guess it’s not simply that someone else is asking you for it. It’s that the other person is *always* setting some constraints, defining the boundaries of what the thing should be, that don’t entirely line up with your own. And then […]
Dare Obasanjo on Windows Live Calendar
Round-up of web-based IDEs. Ecco via Roberto Saccon Eclifox, plug Eclipse into Firefox. Global System Builder (web-based IDE for IronPython)
My God! Visual Studio 2008 and VB.NET suck!
Surprising SdiDesk news!!!!! Like Cthulhu, SdiDesk, is still, currently dead, but occasionally stirs in its sleep and sends out weird dreams to the minds of men. Here’s one-such … Around this time last year I got a new laptop with Vista and discovered that the old SdiDesk (in VB6) didn’t work. Not having VB6 on […]
StackOverflow went live today, and it’s already pretty good. Update : Actually StackOverflow is awesome! Look what cool tricks people are doing with it. Joel has another hit on his hands. It’s amazing what you can do when you’re smart AND have an audience.
This looks good. CodeMirror, an in-browser code-editor.
Here’s a company with the right attitude. Their recruitment puzzle is pretty cute, too.
Lloyd Davis’s Social Media Empire, driven from a N95.
Richard Gabriel is thinking and speaking about Ultra-large Scale, Resilient, Systems. Essential reading.