And not a moment too soon. Via InfoWorld:
Microsoft also is pondering accepting Java as a first-class citizen on the Windows platform, Ramji acknowledged. “I think there’s enough interest to start taking a look at that,” he said.
Unwired. Yesterday it was BusinessWeak, today, Tired magazine. This time we have a fake tension between two supposedly opposing forces backed by cherry picked facts and half truths. The result is a well written article and a very compelling read, I enjoyed every minute of it, much like my other guilty pleasures, Lost and CSI. Except, I don’t want fiction and fake drama, no matter how entertaining, from an article appearing in the Tech Biz section. I’ve got to wonder what other fallacies are passing through the editorial sieve at Wired? Until I find out, and I probably won’t, I decided to just yank it from my feed reader. Goodbye.
Open as in not. Verizon’s feeble attempt at opening up. Sounds like Microsoft talking about their relations with the open-source world: a big step for them, that doesn’t change much for us. Too bad, though, their network is top notch.
Be lazy. The lazy way to get better test coverage: Laziness catches errors in your Rails application and turns them into test cases.
Jon’s principle could perhaps be more accurately stated as “in general, only a subset of a protocol is actually used in real life. So, you should be conservative and only generate that subset. However, you should also be liberal and accept everything that the protocol permits, even if it appears that nobody will ever use it.
Above, Git is getting more and more tempting with each passing day.