Six months ago, I've started researching a fairly new programming language called Groovy together with a couple of my classmates. Our task was to investigate Groovy, Grails, and their position in a SOA environment (Remember I wrote a review about the SOA Symposium?).
Looking back at the research, I must say I really love Groovy. It's an agile dynamic language for the Java Platform with loads of cool stuff. I'm planning on making some Groovy/Grails tutorials, just to show others how strong this programming language is.
More information about the paper:
- Written in English (By dutch students, so please forgive any spelling mistakes).
- A total of 74 pages
- Explains many aspects of Groovy, you could use the first couple of chapters as a cheat cheet for Groovy.
- Pretty nice styled and easy to read
Simply download and read the document if you're into SOA, Groovy and/or Grails (or want to learn it), a Java Programmer and want to learn something else, or another programmer that wants to learn another (fun and very cool!) programming language!
I want to thank Bart van Zeeland, Youssef Elmessaoudi, Gaya Kessler and Jaap Mengers for being my colleagues during this research. I'd also like to thank Rody Middelkoop and Sander Leer for lecturing us.
You can also read more research papers from fellow classmates about Spring & OSGi and Webservice Transactions (Dutch).
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Today, I'm proud to present you my first icon pack: Social Post Stamps. Social Post Stamps is a social media icon set with 13 different icons all placed on post stamps.
The icon package contains icons for the following websites: del.icio.us, Designbump, Designfloat, Digg, FlickR, GMail, Google, PayPal, Reddit, RSS, StumbleUpon, Technorati and Twitter. All icons are available in three different sizes: 32x32, 64x64 and 128x128 px. All icons (except for Digg and del.icio.us) have two versions: With a grey border and with a coloured border.
I hope you enjoy them and use them well. The icons are totally free for all kinds of use.
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Everybody loves a special print on their shirt. Whether they're for the geeky or Photoshop minded, it doesn't matter: You're just showing off who you are and what you love.
Designer Aled Lewis is one of those talented designers that loves to create designs for shirts. Because I really like his illustrations, todays spotlight is on him.
His "Foam Monster" has been polled in the final 20 designs for 2008 at Threadless.com. If you like it, feel free to vote for Aled Lewis.
Make sure you check out his other designs below: They're well illustrated and good for a serious laugh. Oh, and don't worry: There are no "hidden affiliates".
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!JoomlaComment is one of the leading free commenting components for Joomla!. I've been using the component since the beginning of my website.
As I said before, !JoomlaComment isn't perfect (yet). It's still missing some features that make others (Like JomComment) more attractive, like the support for trackback. On the other hand, !JoomlaComment does allow threaded / nested comments which is a big positive point.
Another downside of the component is the lack of using the Akismet service. Akismet (which is often used together with WordPress) is a service that helps you preventing others of placing automated spam messages in your comments. !JoomlaComments current solution for preventing spam messages was by enabling CAPTCHA: A technique not many users like.
We're now going to disable the CAPTCHA and enable Akismet support in !JoomlaComment. How? By "hacking" in the !JoomlaComment core.
So let's edit the PHP code from !JoomlaComment and add Akismet support! This tutorial is written for the latest release of !JoomlaComment at this moment: 3.26.
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