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10 JSP tag libraries no programmer should be without
at 2007-08-12 19:18:53

This blog entry is also available as a TechRepublic download.One of JSP's most overlooked features is its ability to work with reusable code blocks, aka "tag libraries," to add new functionality to a JSP application. These tag libraries, declared using XML-type markup, provide ready-to-use widgets that can easily be integrated...

Google hack to instantly search for files
at 2007-08-12 19:18:53

Thanks to Jimmy Ruska's video on YouTube, there are several quirks about phrasing search queries for Google that can find you files in a jiffy. I will detail the method and include it as a Firefox bookmark first, and then I'll follow up with detailed information on the actual query.Adding...

ActiveState Hackathon: Get Your Boss to Do This!
at 2007-08-12 19:11:22

Get your boss to do this: have your entire company put all non-essential work (i.e., everything but your customers) on hold for a whole week and devote your time and energies to neglected projects and wish-list work that you never have the time, energy, or team to accomplish. And call it a hackathon.

ActiveState had a full week-and-a day of hackathon goodness last week, where we attacked projects as banal as moving the microwave (so the short people can see if their food is boiling all over the place and get it down without scalding themselves) and fixing the sticky lock on the ladies' bathroom to grander schemes involving taking a hatchet to some antiquated legacy systems that seemed to constantly slip through the rethink cracks.

We came up with a huge list of tasks and projects (although kept our scope to projects that could be achieved in a week), and each volunteered for the work we wanted to do. This wasn't some top-down cheesy corporate team-building directive

Adding Fresh Blood to the Bleeding Edge of Web Development with Komodo 4.1.1
at 2007-08-12 19:11:22

Komodo IDE and Komodo Edit 4.1.1 are now available, with more bugs squashed per square inch than the windshield of a semi driving through Winnipeg in August. Talk about graphic debugging, huh? (And you thought all the puns around here related to Tcl...).

You can read the release notes for all the gory details, but basically, the latest release enhances some key features of our Ruby-focussed 4.1 release at RailsConf, such as improvements to the Rails project template, as well as addressing issues for XML, HTML, JavaScript, Run Command and PHP tools. So download it now.

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Komodo 101
at 2007-08-12 19:11:22

I just watched the latest screencast from the Komodo team, and it was fantastic. Seriously, I was totally oblivious to some cool stuff that I should be using to make my life easier. If you're reading this, you probably use Komodo like a pro already—and you're definitely far more adept at using it than me—but if not, and...


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