Category Archives: Links bookmarks for January 26th, 2009 through March 23rd, 2009 bookmarks for January 2nd, 2009 through January 20th, 2009 bookmarks for November 26th, 2008 through December 2nd, 2008

  • Crack.NET « Josh Smith on WPF – “Crack.NET is a runtime debugging and scripting tool I made that gives you access to the internals of any .NET desktop application running on your computer.” Greasemonkey for .NET. I wish something like this existed for gobject.
  • Room 101: We have Good news, and we have Bad news – “We will be releasing a Newspeak prototype in the first week of January 2009.” Unfortunately, they’ll also need funding.
  • Neopythonic: Scala? – “Types are just the primary focus of compile-time checking at the moment.” Guido van Rossum’s thought on Scala. bookmarks for November 11th, 2008 through November 14th, 2008 bookmarks for October 29th, 2008 through November 10th, 2008

  • Seed – GNOME Live! – “Seed is a library and interpreter, dynamically bridging (through GObjectIntrospection) the WebKit JavaScriptCore engine, with the GObject type system. In a more concrete sense, Seed enables you to immediately write applications around a significant portion of the GNOME platform, and easily embed JavaScript as a scripting-language in your GObject library.”
  • Room 101: Dynamic IDEs for Dynamic Languages! – “In an IDE written in a dynamic language (such as Smalltalk or Self or Lisp), the IDE code itself can be modified on the fly. This is a double edged sword?”
  • Casual Connect: Sony On Developing for an Open PS2 Platform – ‘The most important information Bain had for his audience was news that, in Europe, the PlayStation 2 “is effectively an open platform,” adding, “You no longer have to submit a game for content approval.”‘ This could be an industry-transforming move. bookmarks for October 20th, 2008 through October 27th, 2008

  • DreamHost Blog » How To Make Money – A good article on banks and hosters.
  • MOAP – Maintenance of a project – Trac – “moap is a swiss army knife for project maintainers and developers. It aims to help in keeping you in the flow of maintaining, developing and releasing, automating whatever tasks can be automated.”
  • Valério Valério?s Blog » BlueMaemo – “BlueMaemo is a remote controller program for the Maemo-powered devices. With BlueMaemo you can turn your Maemo-powered device in a mixed Bluetooth keyboard-and-mouse device through the HID Bluetooth profile.” bookmarks for September 26th, 2008 through October 15th, 2008