Currently, Frame2 does not work on Macs.
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Frame2 1.3.1 is now available.
I don’t think It’s just me, but maybe I am the only person who gets easily frustrated working on Eclipse plugins.
There’s been a bug in the Frame2 Eclipse plugin from day 1 that I believe I have finally squashed.
The Eclipse plugin for Frame2 is almost done.
Version 1.3 of Frame2 is officially available.
I’ve pretty much wrapped up the coding for the next version of Frame2, and decided to give the documentation a once-over.
This seems to happen to me no matter what project I’m on. I try to implement a simple (or not so simple) feature and end up exposing at least one bug that’s ...
Frame2 is almost ready to be released as a new version.
Consistency is an important aspect of API design.
Fine tuning FindBugs to achieve better results.
I’ve been trying to set up a development environment for working on NodeJS source, with little luck.
Follow this simple example to get started analyzing real-world data with Hive and Hadoop.
Follow this simple example to get started analyzing real-world data with Apache Pig and Hadoop.
Getting the correct indexPath for a table cell’s accessory action segue is different than for a cell selection segue.
A simple tool for reducing PNG file sizes.
Adding iPhone 5 support to your app.
Set a grouped table’s backgroundView to nil to properly show a custom background when in a popover.
A simple method to open PDFs in a new window while displaying validation errors in the original window.
I ran into a bit of a quandary the other day. I had to modify a piece of legacy code in our system — one that has no tests written against it.
I got admonished at my new job for coding practices that have become second nature to me. Is aggressive refactoring really that scary?
My co-worker tests his code with the toString() and visual grep method. I’m not sure he would have ever caught the bug on his own.
Don’t just wait for a good day to “happen”. I’ve been able to make some attitude changes and make good days.
Flicker vertigo and aspartame
Computer Vision Syndrome and fluorescent lighting are a bad combination.
About two years ago I finished a project I’d been working on for a while — a CD lamp.
See the jam jar pulse jet operate.
I made a jam jar pulse jet.
A phone screen is typically used to screen applicants for a job, but it gave me enough information to not want to work for the company.
Several years ago, I worked for a small software shop. The company had gone through its number of growing pains, but seemed to be well established.
Switching to an Agile process shines the light on a developer who has been successfully hiding his lack of work, but what can I do to change his behavior?
Raising beef is not the water hungry process that some people want you to think it is.
Local scammers attempted to steal my wife’s identity.