A great read for programmers who program using Qt and for those who just program. Gives insight into avoiding major pitfalls in creating horrible code. […]
For all of you readers out there who can’t get enough of Forever Geek (and who couldn’t? ;), I’m going to show you how to […]
If Apple had any sense they would actively expand their gaming market to introduce new users to their desktops. They would also illicit the help […]
I saw this while reading my copy of eWeek last night. It seems that Novell has hit a eureka (aka common sense) moment in that […]
For all of you on the bleeding edge, a new alpha build of Visual Studio Whidbey (now called Visual Studio 2005) will be released this […]
A do-it-yourself linux powered automated bartender. How cool is that?
The iStory Creator lets you create text games for your ipod. In addition to creating your own, you can download games other people have made. It’s free. Worth a look.
Jeff, a developer on the IE team at Microsoft, has described what exactly is going to be different in the new version of IE that’s […]
Once upon a time there was this small design firm called 37signals that developed this neat little web-based project managment system referred to as Basecamp. […]
So this Microsoft guy started a new column and decided to talk about a new filesystem in a new OS that Microsoft is developing that […]
One knock against Java in the geek community is its lack of generics. I have never found the need to use generics before, but maybe […]
Not just another weblog, net.narrative environments is also a research platform exploring the dynamics of networked culture. Laura reflects on both netwar and open source, […]