Long time ago, I saw this on tv, now I finally know the term for this: chindogu. Do a google search to see what I mean. 😉 Or read the book.
I know I’m praising Google maybe a bit too much lately, but when Peter tipped me about the GWT I almost started to worship them! 😉 The GWT is actually a dream come true for me. Trying to write a dynamic web application these days is really a pain in the ***. If your background is from a world in which all programming languages are nicely typed and have nice informative compilers, nice IDE’s, nice debuggers, etc then it’s really a chock to start web development. It’s like being in the stone age again. I don’t want to offend anyone, but I hope, somewhere, you can agree that web languages are in general less mature than for example C++/Java.
They chose Java as the source language. I don’t say it had to be Java, but I happen to be a Java developer in my day job, so this makes it extra interesting for me. 🙂 I can use my favorite IDE and actually start debugging an AJAX app, refactor some code, design a gui! Debugging is also nicely cross platform. Google calls it
It seems they have everything nicely documented and there’s even a weblog so we can be nicely kept up to date about any news/progress. 🙂
Conclusion: way to go google! 🙂
Yes, occasionally, you want to be able to create a user to give access to a network share, but the user does not need to be able to physically log on. Mostly, this works fine unless you want auto logon. Today auto logon got broken again because I added an extra user. So what to do?
Continue reading Hide user from welcome screen
*door bell rings*
– Ah, finally! What took you so long?!
– I came by bike..
– yeah, my car got hacked
finally!!! this week, woohooo 🙂
can’t wait 😉
Gush is a IM client (jabber support) and RSS feed reader written in flash. Interesting interface.. 🙂