Monthly Archive: January 2009

review-board.org – Web Based Software for Code Reviews 0

review-board.org – Web Based Software for Code Reviews

[url=http://review-board.org/]Review Board[/url] is an open source tool developed by the VMware team to help with code reviews and pending code changes. Somewhat similar to an issue tracker, but worth a look. From the same...

Crayon Physics Level Pack 0

Crayon Physics Level Pack

If you’ve played through all the 76 standard levels of [url=http://www.crayonphysics.com/]Crayon Physics[/url] and don’t want to bother downloading user-made levels one by one, try the [url=http://www.kloonigames.com/forum/index.php?topic=621.0]level pack[/url] created by forum user SockFullOfPennies – it...

Scriball 0

Scriball

If you need another time waster, check out [url=http://www.thegamehomepage.com/play/scriball/]Scriball[/url]. Using a little line guided by your mouse, you need to bring the yellow ball to the green exit. Don’t let it touch the bombs!

PET-CON: An Informal Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Techniques 0

PET-CON: An Informal Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Techniques

“PET-CON 2009.1 an informal workshop on Privacy Enhancing Techniques March 24-25, 2009, Dresden, Germany PET-CON is a convention to help junior researchers, master and diploma students, to come together and exchange ideas. For this...

TYPO3 v5, FLOW3 and Unicase 0

TYPO3 v5, FLOW3 and Unicase

I had the pleasure of attending two interesting presentations at our university yesterday. I am a bit biased here, because one was held by myself, for a few students participating in the current “Softwareentwicklungswerkzeuge”...

Crayon Physics Deluxe is out 0

Crayon Physics Deluxe is out

[url=http://www.crayonphysics.com/]Crayon Physics Deluxe[/url] has been released yesterday. Happy playing! [quote]Crayon Physics Deluxe is a 2D physics puzzle / sandbox game, in which you get to experience what it would be like if your drawings...

Burton Analyst Manes: SOA is Dead 0

Burton Analyst Manes: SOA is Dead

[quote]Once thought to be the savior of IT, SOA instead turned into a great failed experiment—at least for most organizations. SOA was supposed to reduce costs and increase agility on a massive scale. Except...