Computing

Google App Engine

Google just launched a preview release of App Engine, I was lucky to be able to try it. As Google describe it, “Google App Engine enables you to build web applications on the same scalable systems that power Google applications, Google App Engine makes it easy to build scalable applications that grow from one user […]

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I also hate files!

Larry Cannell says “I Hate Files”, and I agree with almost every point. Files are a major nuisance, and until another practical solution is universally accepted, we will have to live with them. Online-only solutions cannot work until connectivity is not an issue, until it becomes an extremely cheap commodity. Until then, maybe a hybrid […]

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Translation in Google Talk

Google’s newly added translation bots are amazing, I’ve been using them for a few days now, and they’re much faster, simpler, and easier to use than opening language tools in your browser. Supported language pairs are: ar2en, bg2en, de2en, de2fr, el2en, en2ar, en2de, en2el, en2es, en2fr, en2it, en2ja, en2ko, en2nl, en2ru, es2en, fi2en, fr2de, fr2en, […]

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Project Euler

I’m addicted to ProjectEuler.net … you solve math problems by any means possible, then you will have access to the problem’s forum thread where users share insight on the problems and some even post code (some are Assembly Language wizards that solve a complicated problem in just a few CPU instructions). The site describes itself […]

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The Evolution of a Programmer

 Here’s a nice link…. Serge?s Blog � Blog Archive � The Evolution of a Programmer

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