Linkblog for Friday, 28 July, 2006

The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!)

Nice article to get the basic understanding of Unicode

Linkblog for Tuesday, 18 July, 2006

Software development magazine: UML and agile approaches, programming, testing

Methods & Tools is a free magazine with PDF and text issues that provide practical knowledge and information on all topics of software development and software engineering: UML, Agile Methodologies (eXtreme Programming, Scrum, TDD, FDD,..), Software Testi

ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector

ITU-T Study Groups Publications

Institute For Enterprise Architecture Developments

IFEAD is an independent research and information exchange organization working on the future state of Enterprise Architecture.

Home – The Global Enterprise Architecture Organisation

GEAO exists to serve the Enterprise Architecture community by providing its members with support and resources designed to improve their professional capabilities. GEAO facilitates the successful application of Enterprise Architecture disciplines to the c

Linkblog for Tuesday, 23 May, 2006

Code quality for software architects
IBM’s Article : In pursuit of code quality: Code quality for software architects
2006 JavaOne Conference – Technical Sessions

Pair Programming Myths

TicTap: Free download

OSI on WWW

UDT Series on Data Communication Technologies and Standards for Librairies

Linkblog for Monday, 15 May, 2006

C++ in theory: Bridging Your Classes with PIMPLs
Very often, when a program takes longer to compile after you have made what appear to be trivial changes, the blame can be laid at the door of dependency chains between header files. One change can trigger the need for a massive rebuild. J. Nakamura expla
Training Yourself to Work at Home
T.O. Whenham’s Tips for Productive Working @ Home
How to Rip DVDs to Small AVI or MPG Formatted Files
Step-by-Step instructions from WikiHow
The Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming
Coding Horror’s post on Egoless Programming
fantacular
Fantacular is a user-driven technology news website. (Like Digg)
RSSMicro Search – RSS Feed Search Engine
RSS feed search tool built with Ajax
Firefox 2.0 Alpha 2 Released
Features in the new release:
* Links default to opening in new tabs, not new windows
* Close buttons now appear on every tab, and the close behaviour is slightly different
* Inline spell checking in text boxes
* Automatic restoration
Google Trends
With Google Trends, you can compare the world’s interest in your favorite topics.
Google Co-op
Google Co-op is about sharing expertise. You can contribute your expertise and benefit when others do the same. Help other users find information more easily by creating “subscribed links” for your services and labeling webpages around the topics you know
GigaOM : » The Myth, Reality & Future of Web 2.0
Om Malik’s Thoughts on Web 2.0

Linkblog for Friday, 05 May, 2006

Sahil Malik : Bad programmer diseases
Bad programmer diseases

Linkblog for Tuesday, 07 March, 2006

Hardcode
Programming stuff, mainly Visual C++

Linus Torvalds Says No to Kernel Switching to GPLv3

Linus Torvalds has posted on the Linux Kernel Mailing List today and said that he don’t think the GPL v3 conversion is going to happen for the kernel and he don’t want to convert any of his code.

“The Linux kernel is under the GPL version 2. Not anything else. Some individual files are licenceable under v3, but not the kernel in general. And quite frankly, I don’t see that changing.”

Read the complete mail here
http://lkml.org/lkml/2006/1/25/273

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