It's being reviewed on Ars Technica, and it's out in a final release version.
I find that spectacularly odd. I owned an Amiga; it took me through university, got me onto the Internet before most folks did, including the world wide web, and let me work… more »
A friend of mine had pondered putting together a program where you could take a lot of photos of the same scene, with a tiny bit of movement in-between, and then you could do some interpolation and get a sort of super-resolution that your camera could no… more »
This is an interesting paperback concerning itself with how companies are run where the business is development, like code, as opposed to production, like cheeseburgers. In particular, there is a focus on what sort of management mismatches and business p… more »
Well, my coworker Robert actually went out and did it :)
I came back to work after my wedding to see two lava lamps on top of the filing cabinet outside our office.
We've been a fan of the Pragmatic Programmer people for a long time. They hav… more »
WARNING: Technical :)
I'm not going to talk totally in depth about Borland's environment here, though I will contrast a few pieces with the Visual Studio running on Tom's desk. Don't take these comments as indicative overall; they are just particula… more »
No spies or anarchy here, at least in the traditional sense. I'm talking here about a magnificent little version control system, and if you're programming or even maintaining documents, it is a godsend.
For those who don't know what version control… more »