There are lots of posts about java, and quite a few on Crashplan on embedded systems. But even despite people’s efforts to aggregate all the little information, I just lost a weekend to this project. If you’re frustrated by the … Continue reading
My problem with productivity is that I refuse to have a rigid schedule. 30 minute time chunks? Way too much work. Task lists for everything (not work)? Do not want! It works all right for little things, but big things … Continue reading
If it involves data loss, it’s happened to me:
At work, we’ve been talking about how we need more specs. Spec all the things! I admit I was a little slow to get on this train, but a few months of subcontracting for some other companies has helped me … Continue reading
Remember when I was complaining about the state of PHP? I think congratulations are in order, because it’s time to retract some of that criticism. Oh, not all of it, but this is a really promising release. Let’s run over … Continue reading
For everyone who enjoyed the clock in Thomas Hall, or who just wish time ran a little backwards, here’s a hack on Apple’s World Clock dashboard widget. Enjoy!
So, I know you’re supposed to call imagecolordeallocate and create new colors when you create a new image object. And test that your colors are created successfully. But really, who can be bothered? But, if you’re running the latest PHP … Continue reading
I saw this article the other day on HN, and it’s something I thought I’d blogged about, but apparently not. Unfortunately, Laurie has a point – although “PHP needs to die” is a bit of a strong statement. The more … Continue reading