A nifty site called Microdoc News picked up my piece about file recovery using the Google cache today, as part of a short piece about the cache’s pros and cons. Microdoc News is spearheaded by a guy named Elwyn Jenkins, and focuses on the uses of “microcontent” — weblogs, webzines, email newsletters, and the like.… Read the rest
My article on open-source development tools has just been published by CIO Magazine. For enterprise IT managers, the open source revolution until now has meant pretty much two things: Linux and Apache. This article looks at the next phase — not just these open source platforms, but open source development tools — the widgets, programming environments, and application servers used by programmers to create software.… Read the rest
I’m little chagrined to admit this, but I discovered a new use for Google: Web page recovery service for hapless webmasters. I’d been cleaning up some obsolete files on tweney.com earlier this week (a bunch of stuff left in the old www.tweney.com area, which I’ve long since moved under dylan.tweney.com).… Read the rest
Open-source development tools offer low-cost, high-quality options.
BY DYLAN TWENEY
ANDRIG MILLER first got excited about Java’s possibilities in March 1998, when Sun Microsystems released the initial version of the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) specification. But it was more than four years before Miller, vice president of technical architecture for office product supplier Corporate Express, was ready to put an EJB application into production.… Read the rest