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  1. Stupid Command Prompt Tricks (289): These Stupid (Windows) Command Prompt Tricks actually look rather useful. [read]

  2. The truth about Tudu Lists!! (260): I've now been working on Tudu Lists for more than one year, and I'm releasing today version 1.1. With this latest release, it is now time for me to tell the truth about Tudu Lists.… [read]

  3. Toplink vs hibernate (258): I still remember the excitement I felt when I started working on Toplink. It was early 2000. Before that, I was working mainly in visual c++.… [read]

  4. Why RedHat bought JBoss (249): RedHat has a market cap of roughly 20x revenues, which quite frankly is unheard of; most companies would kill to have a P/E ratio that high, let alone a price-to-sales ratio!… [read]

  5. Red Hat Acquires JBoss (214): It is official. Now the corp office is in my back yard!… [read]

  6. Google Calendar is now live (212): The subject says it all... Go ahead: log in, play around and post your suggestions and impressions as long as it's not "It doesn't work on Safari" (usually the... [read]

  7. Why is Tomcat called Tomcat (208): Every now and again the topic of why Tomcat is called Tomcat pops up and I don't know anyone who actually knew Anyway I thought I would look it up so if anyone else asked me I could tell them the… [read]

  8. RANT: Eclipse Sucks (186): Eclipse has an AI engine that realizes when I haven't used it often enough for it to have burned me recently to kick in and do something really painful to me.… [read]

  9. Top ten use case mistakes (170): Top ten use case mistakes -Tyner Blain: We’re reiterating the top five use case mistakes from Top five use case blunders and adding five more. For details on the first five, go back to that post.… [read]


Most read last week-end

  1. Top ten use case mistakes (170): Top ten use case mistakes -Tyner Blain: We’re reiterating the top five use case mistakes from Top five use case blunders and adding five more. For details on the first five, go back to that post.… [read]

  2. Netbeans versus Eclipse (155): Eclipse has been the leader of the pack for the last five years but with Netbeans becoming free, is Eclipse's title of most popular IDE coming to an end.… [read]

  3. MacBook vs. Athlon XP Java benchmark (150): So i finally made a first mini benchmark regarding my new hardware. Of course i was curious how the macBook performs against my old (somewhat outdated) PC platform.… [read]

  4. Eclipse 3.2 RC1 Released (143): Eclipse 3.2 RC1 is out and is available for download. Other Callisto release projects are releasing over the next two weeks. 39 words.… [read]

  5. 7 Hour Daily Commute (139): This person does an astonishing 7 hour commute to get to work. Everyday. And he's been doing it since 1989. I'm too astonished to criticize. Also, it's just too easy..... [read]

  6. Google Calendar - Oh so close! (135): It took me a few years to switch from Yahoo!… [read]

  7. MacBook Pro Update (121): I’m loving my new MacBook Pro, but… it’s definitely far from perfect.… [read]

  8. Next Generation Frameworks are only superficially competitors (117): There's an interesting thread over on the Grails mailing list.… [read]

  9. Is Memory Management in Java Garbage? (117): A friend of mine who was learning C# commented he felt C# was a more powerful because you had to memory manage yourself and it took more effort to create and destroy objects.… [read]


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