1. Book review – Tapestry In Action

    My first contact with Tapestry was more than 18 months ago. Back then, I was interested to find a web framework for integration with our custom Avalon-based (using the now-obsoleted) Phoenix server*. The web interface was ment to be backoffice stuff, for simple administration tasks as well as statistics reports ...

  2. Maven-less Codehaus

    While I think that Codehaus is an exceptional provider of open-source software (some of the projects hosted there are really shining), I’m a little horrified by all their Maven-generated sites. It’s not because I’m ignorant to Maven usefulness, but BECAUSE I’ve worked extensively with Maven since ...

  3. Acrobat Reader killed my Palm

    You can tell that my Palm m105 is not exactly bleeding edge. Both by its rather bland dark ugly look (completely out of fashion compared with today’s shiny brigh colored semi-transparent PDAs) and its feature list which does not include webcam, MP3 player, Internet browsing and Office compatibility. However ...

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