Wow, who would have thought I would ever get it working? Not me, that’s for sure… But thanks to this great howto i finally did it, what a relief it is too – thanks Jimmy!
Oh yeah, there it is – erm – so I write on this thing then? Well, so I should write about what is on my mind and such. Unfortunately I cannot afford the psych bills and will assume the reader … Continue Reading Blogging?
OK, so having played around with SearchMash for a while I decided to set it as my search engine for Safari. Not an easy task indeed, but here is the answer, just follow the following simple steps: open a Terminal … Continue Reading Using SearchMash instead of Google in Safari on OSX
A talk on the introduction to Maven that I proposed has been accepted for the preliminary agenda for Developer! Developer! Developer!’s Scotland conference this year! If you would like to hear it, or think it would be useful to others … Continue Reading Maven talk accepted by Developer Day Scotland
You are: Charlie Pace
You almost have two different personalities. You are a good person but have some issues you've been struggling with. You aren't one of the bravest people in the world but you defend what is closest to you. You are willing to fight for what you believe in, no matter the cost. You are also a smooth operator and your charm and honesty make people like you. You can be a bit cocky at times but definitely have the right to be. You feel the need to take care of people because of guilt from your past. Ultimately, you are a courageous soul and want to be everyone's friend.
OK, so the iPhone is not really new news as it has been out in the ‘States for 4 months now but that did not stop UK Apple fanatics from being excited about the UK iPhone launch. The queue at … Continue Reading First impressions of the iPhone
The long awaited Zelda title for the game boy DS has finally arrived. With the combination of a new method of game play and a renowned game genre it already looks set to be a classic. Link’s latest adventure continues … Continue Reading Link returns in the Phantom Hourglass
Sudoku is now a global phenomenon. The logical 9×9 numerical puzzle was initially developed by an American before gaining popularity in Japan. Now the whole world has taken notice. And so has Retang.com… eSudoku is the fastest open source logical … Continue Reading Esudoku goes global with a competitive edge
Amazon’s new music store has stirred up the DRM arguments again. Sigh … In the absence of DRM software music can be copied as many times as you wish. Obviously, this should be done within the terms of your contract. … Continue Reading DRM is annoying but not new!
So, today Apple had their fancy press release and yes, as everyone suspected, it was regarding the iPhone. Are we all psyched? Hardly. All week they kept us on tender hooks about what was going to be announced. The Apple … Continue Reading Apple iPhone… NOT any day now
Hello from San Francisco! The JavaOne conference went very well indeed. Sonatype managed to meet with all those we had planned and as a bonus we all got a day pass into the pavillion. There was a lot of crazyness … Continue Reading JavaOne Celebrities
Thats right, there is a new guide out there to help all those interested in Maven (or already using it) to get the most out of their build lifecycle. It is indeed the definitive guide and will be regularly updated … Continue Reading Better Builds with "Maven: The Definitive Guide"
Wow, this is very cool! I was invited (with a group of singers from the National Youth Choir of Scotland) to sing Belshazzar’s Feast in Edinburgh’s Usher Hall with the Royal Choral Union. This is a huge privilege and I … Continue Reading Belshazzar Feasts Again
No more late nights. No more broken builds. No more missed deadlines. Meet Sonatype. Sonatype is an exciting new company that I have helped put together along with Maven founder Jason Van Zyl and many other core Maven committers. This … Continue Reading Sonatype – Build Success for your Enterprise
Well, here we are again – pusing Maven 2 into the Enterprise. I published the first code for Maven Enterprise 2 days ago and since then a lot has happened. Todays additions include: – Addition of site deployment to the … Continue Reading Enterprise makes life easier
As many of you will have noticed I have over the last while been moving my open source efforts to Apache and Codehaus centering around the Maven build system. It struck me over my time coding in this environment that … Continue Reading Maven Enterprise hits subversion