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Monthly Archives: August 2003
The JDJ email had some links to some very useful tools. 2 in particular I could see myself using for personal projects. Proguard is used to obfuscate your Java classes…never 100% secure, but deters those other than the really commited. … Continue reading
I decided to work at home this day. And I’m really glad I did. It turned out to be one of the smartest decisions I’d made in a long time. But it also left me a little puzzled since I … Continue reading
I needed to reinstall Tomcat as a service this morning. I found this reference which I’d used before in the past but has now disappeared. Luckily Google cached it.This originally appeared on mattkelli.com. Setting up TomCat 4.1.12 to run as … Continue reading
In my RSS aggregator, I was reading about a list of UML tools. What a great resource. It even lists by price…which is very important to me. I like the open source stuff. I tried out the first one, ESS-Model. … Continue reading
Five Lessons you should learn from Extreme Programming. This was posted to the XPToronto mailing list. I’m a bit of an XP sceptic. I think there are some good practises, but some of them I can’t adhere to. I’ve never … Continue reading