April 10th, 2014
Jeff Sutherland invented Scrum in 1993 and worked with Ken Schwaber to formalize Scrum at OOPSLA’95. Together, they extended and enhanced Scrum at many software companies and helped write the Agile Manifesto. Jeff’s blog reviews the origins and best practices of Scrum at http://ift.tt/1epJ94e.
Tagged development, public via Pocket, added: April 10, 2014 at 03:16PM
March 22nd, 2014
Original post on Uson’s IT Blog
On a headless (==without console) network server, the Oracle 11g JDBC driver used for (Java) application connections may cause trouble. In my case, it refused to connect to the DB Server without providing any error, trace or log entry. It simply hung. After several hours, it connected one time, and froze again.
Tagged database, development, java, public via Pocket, added: March 18, 2014 at 10:35PM
November 16th, 2013
There are 2500 users registered on the blog. 3 of them are humans. The rest are due to spammers trying to use the blog to send mail. So I’ve disabled registration. And since commenting requires registration (previously done to limit comment spam), that means that commenting is effectively disabled as well.
So if you want to comment on a blog entry, do it on Google+ (+TomMalaher)facebook (tmalaher) or twitter (@tmalaher)
March 28th, 2013
Tagged development, public, web via Pocket, added: March 28, 2013 at 10:26PM
March 28th, 2013
Coding for the masses!
Tagged development, web via Delicious at March 28, 2013 at 07:08PM
April 2nd, 2012
So I was having a problem with a cygwin installation. I couldn’t figure out what was going on. Two minutes of googling later, I’d found someone with my exact problem, who had solved the problem and posted to the cygwin mailing list:
“I just wanted to post this in case someone else runs into this issue like I did.”
Thanks, William Voyek!
The moral of this story:
Google is Awesome (given the right search terms, and sometimes even without the right search terms, it finds what you want a lot of the time… quickly).
Open Source is awesome. (How else could you get a nearly complete Unix environment running on a proprietary OS like Windows?)
Collaboration is Awesome (William posted just because he wanted to help others)