Geeks With Blogs

News


My blog is worth $14,678.04.
How much is your blog worth?


Totzkeeeeee's Blog Just because I can... July 2005 Entries
Another One Bites the Dust...
Another blogging related firing. Nadine Haobsh. “It was just a fun way to write. A lot of my friends have blogs. Blogging has becoming tremendously popular and so it was just a fun way to tell my friends basically what I tell them in person. I was never trying to expose the beauty industry or to point fingers. I was including myself in it. I was just saying- look at what a fun job I have, basically.“ You can get the rest of the story here. DaveJust because I can ......

Posted On Tuesday, July 26, 2005 10:45 AM

There's always one...
It seems that stuartd (with no link so pretty much synonymous with Anonymous Coward) has some interesting points regarding my previous post on the recent FireFox problems. Users are hardly "stuck with security problems" - the vulnerabilities are simply not being exploited (or if they are it's on such a small scale that nobody on bugtraq or /. has noticed, which is effectively the same thing) - unless you know differently? Dude. Exploited or no, these are flaws that are rated “Extemely Critical”. ......

Posted On Monday, July 25, 2005 10:46 AM

A Philosophy for Us All
From Six Apart's News and Events Page: The "export" button in Six Apart's products keeps us on our toes. Knowing that you can leave at any time is our motivator to keep on developing stable, intuitive and flexible applications. We want you to stay because you like the product, not because you can't get out. “...because you like the product, not because you can't get out.” How beautiful is that? I'm starting to like this company already and I don't even own any of their stuff. Never used ......

Posted On Monday, July 25, 2005 9:04 AM

Firefox 1.0.5 Breaks Some Add-Ins
< groan > I'm not generally one to say “I told you so”. Ok, so you probably saw right through that big fat lie. I do it all the time and generally enjoy it. :) Here's my favourite quote from the article: "Backward compatibility with any kind of application development is kind of the holy grail of software problems that haven't been solved by anyone yet," Hofmann said. "(But) you try to respond quickly when it does happen." While a difficult problem to be sure, I wouldn't go so far ......

Posted On Thursday, July 21, 2005 7:21 AM

David Anderson - Program Manager - Microsoft Team System - MSF
Despite the babbling fool behind the camera, there is a great web cast interview with David Anderson who is one of the current thought leaders on Agile Development. MSF for CMMI, W. Edwards Deming, Work Remaining Reports and more. All this wrapped up in a cool Scottish accent. You can view the interview over on Channel 9. DaveJust because I can ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 20, 2005 8:05 AM

iXP - a new TDD paradigm
Great article over on Mike Spille's blog which may or may not explain the nonsense below. To the tune of Duncan Ohhhhhh! I love to go codin' with Michael.Oh I love to go codin' with Mike.We code TDD with iXP,It's great cause we always think alike.We code at Sing Sing Karaoke.Where the atmosphere is great.Oh I love to go codin' with Michael'Cause Michael's my mate! DaveJust because I can... ......

Posted On Thursday, July 14, 2005 11:47 AM

Copyright © David Totzke | Powered by: GeeksWithBlogs.net | Join free