Given the media-hype on the CRISIS I want you to take a minute to think and react on the statement below. “The optimist sees opportunity in every danger; the pessimist sees danger in every Opportunity“ And the realist?
This is a short post, still I want to give it a little bit of attention. A while a go I have written an article about flex and security for Adobe. It is published on the developer network. If you
As you might have deduced from some of my previous blog entries, I work as a software engineer for a large consulting firm. That firm works on a project basis, in which personnel works at the client site rather than
I just got done reading Jettro’s post on refactoring your library. And still being in the vacation mood, it reminded me of an idea that surfaces in my so-called brain every now and then: the public library for the twenty-first
Last week, I have had the pleasure to travel to Denmark with a few colleagues and visit the JAOO conference in Arhus. As with all conference visits, drinks, late nights and early mornings for the first presentation make it a
From monday to wednesday I am attending JAOO in Denmark with 6 other colleagues. I am not going to give an extensive report, but some notes and remarks might interest you guys. Therefore a brief summary of what I have
This is one of the smallest blog posts I have created. Still it is an interesting one if you are interested in google web toolkit or if you are a dutch reader looking for a vision to open source. First
That sounds unnecessarily uncomfortable A response to “Cram your test driven development up your ass….” by Samuel N. Hart I was surfing the Web this evening and stumbled upon a rather uncomfortable-sounding suggestion by Samuel Hart regarding the disposition of