During the past 7 years, all .net developers somehow had to face the problems of users with no .net framework installed. We all faced it, we all dealt with it, and we all hate it! .Net framework itself is a COM component actually, and COM is a technology that has roots in OLE which goes … Continue reading Come on Microsoft, where is my linker???
I've build a mobile web site a while ago, which provided xhtml based access to an e-commerce site. I've done the development with vs.net 2005, and when I migrated to vs.net 2008, I decided to move that project into new vs.net. Guess what, mobile web form designer features are gone. They've been gone from vs.net … Continue reading Mobile web development, not attractive for Microsoft anymore?
I've just started porting a Google Web Toolkit project (a small one) to JSF, and this time, I have to admit that none of the choices I've tested on Eclipse is a match for Netbeans 6.1. Once you get the basics, JSF development is not about visual designers etc, but current solutions on Eclipse platform … Continue reading Current winner for JSF development: Netbeans
I've just setup OpenVPN on a windows xp machine, and found out that there are both good and bad sides of it. Good thing is; if you do not deviate from the well known scenario, follow the howtos, you'll mostly make it fairly easily on windows. Bad thing is; I rarely stay within well known … Continue reading OpenVPN, lessons learned
I've just fixed a problem with a Thomson 580 Speedtouch adsl modem/router. The problem is, the web gui does not save any settings you've done, and even though applying them works, if you restart the modem for any of the bazillion reasons, like power outage, angry girlfriend, choked embedded code on modem, you say goodbye … Continue reading Explain this to me please
Google has just announced that they will be releasing their own open source browser: Chrome. They've preferred an interesting approach instead of a press release, and they've posted this comic which tells us what Chrome is all about. Google has been investing in different domains, and I can see them focusing on two main targets: … Continue reading Google Chrome, a serious attempt