Monthly Archives: May 2006

Jostraca 0.4.1 Released!

I have just released the latest version of my open–source code–generator: Jostraca. I first released Jostraca in late 2000 and I have been unable to get rid of it since, despite repeated kicking! So what does Jostraca do? It takes … Continue reading

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CodeGenClipse Released!

Jostraca now has an Eclipse plugin: CodeGenClipse! (Jostraca is a code-generator, in case you're interested.) Open source is great. The plugin is all thanks to Morten Christensen. And he found a load of bugs in Jostraca while he was writing … Continue reading

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Munster Wins!

Woohoo! Munster wins the Heineken Cup Final! I'd only have a casual interest in Rugby, but I'd have to say I really enjoyed the final. Nail-biting stuff at the end.

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Most People Are Below Average

The almighty Seth Godin says: “In every category, in every profession, half the people are below average.“. Bzzt! Wrong! Na-ah. Half the people in any industry are below the median. As in, half the people are below the half-way point … Continue reading

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Pay Per Character

I've been doing this online typing course, and it's been going pretty well. It's not the flashiest of sites, but it gets the job done. I would prefer more coaching, tips and advice. So today I got to the end … Continue reading

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