Having been with Webfaction for over a year i think it’s about time i said how good they are. The plans are all very reasonable and have a very rich feature from static HTML, PHP and CGI to Rails, Django, Turbogears and Plone, these plans let you run any software you want. You can even […]
Just the coffee cup and a few more and i will have the whole of the developers Christmas wish list.
The idea behind Pecha Kucha is to keep presentations concise, the interest level up and to have many presenters sharing their ideas within the course of one night. Therefore the 20×20 Pecha Kucha format was created: each presenter is allowed a slide-show of 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds. This results in a total […]
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Yesturday I found a company pass in the street. It had a name and a picture on it so I typed in the name to Google, found a facebook page and sent a message. Owner and pass reunited. The joy of tech. Also I feel more warmly towards facebook, as Ive found a use. I […]
Another excellent talk in which Kent provided his latest views on how he thinks problems should be solved from the design point of view. He started by following on from his keynote, pushing that we must design with people in mind; design for the skills of your availoble developers. The talk built up to five […]
A simple journey to put across some guidelines to aid in designing user interfaces. The talk lacked a bit of depth for me, in that some of the observations felt a little personal rather than having much evidence to back them up. It was what i needed though to allow me to think about the […]
I found the speaker a little monotone, but the content of the talk was very interesting. It provided a very clear view of how Merrel Lynch deals with the billions of daily messages, produced by there systems globally. The break down of message precedence and the aim of automated fixing of an issue within an […]
I was not quite sure what to pick today, after almost going for Java Performance i opted for the Agile route. The session was not quite what i expected from the title or excerpt, but still very enjoyable. David Anderson came at agile almost from the standpoint of standard problem software projects. He looked at […]
I had to empty a locked item in the trash and needed to hold the option key, nobody seemed to know it was the alt key on a mac, except one designer and wikipedia.