Daily del.icio.us for September 2nd through September 7th

Daily del.icio.us for March 27th through March 30th

Daily del.icio.us for November 14th through November 18th

  • Adobe bringing full-fledged Flash to phones | Business Tech – CNET News – Inspired by a new generation of smartphones, Adobe Systems has begun a new, higher-power effort to spread its Flash technology to mobile devices. The company has worked for years on a lightweight incarnation of its Flash technology for mobile phones, but it now is working to bring the full-fledged Flash Player 10 to higher-end smartphones
  • Expanding the Cloud: Amazon CloudFront – All Things Distributed – Today marks the launch of Amazon CloudFront, the new Amazon Web Service for content delivery. It integrates seamlessly with Amazon S3 to provide low-latency distribution of content with high data transfer speeds through a world-wide network of edge locations.
  • Enterprise JBoss JBPM: Creating A Scalable, Standards-Compliant and Cost-Effective SOA Environment – CIO.com – Business Technology Leadership – This excerpt from the upcoming book, Open Source SOA, addresses the Service Component Architecture (SCA), and its sister technology, Service Data Objects (SDO), emerging standards used in service-oriented architecture for creating multi-protocol, multi-language services based on reusable components.
  • Update On Google iPhone Voice Recognition App: Look For It On Monday – Google could have launched for the Android first and pushed sales of phones on their platform. They didn’t, and Apple should have embraced them for that.
  • A List Apart: Articles: In Search of the Holy Grail – Use the grail wisely, and it can be a particularly handy (and clutter-free) addition to your bag of CSS tricks
  • Choosing the best Doctype for your website – The Web Squeeze – In 2004, after a W3C workshop, Apple, Mozilla and Opera were becoming increasingly concerned about the W3C’s direction with XHTML, lack of interest in HTML and apparent disregard for the needs of real-world authors. So, in response, these organisations set out to with a mission to address these concerns and the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group was born
  • YouTube – Google Mobile App for iPhone with Voice Search – Mike LeBeau, an engineer on the Google mobile team, gives an overview of the new Google Mobile App for iPhone, now with Voice Search and My Location. You can speak your queries to Google Mobile Ap..
  • The YouTube Presidency | 44 | washingtonpost.com – Today, President-elect Obama will record the weekly Democratic address not just on radio but also on video — a first. The address, typically four minutes long, will be turned into a YouTube video and posted on Obama's transition site, Change.gov, once the radio address is made public on Saturday morning.
  • InfoQ: OSGi in the Enterprise – With the recent announcement of GlassFish v3 “Prelude”, Sun's OSGi-based Java EE 6 server, the use of OSGi across the enterprise has grown to encompass almost all of the back-end servers. A recent press release by the OSGi alliance listed the vendors and the technology that uses OSGi:
  • InfoQ: Behind LINQ – And Beyond – In this presentation from the JVM Languages Summit 2008, Mads Torgersen discusses LINQ, declarative programming and metaprogramming in C#, examples of LINQ syntax and usage, lazy evaluation of LINQ queries, extension methods, lambda expressions, LINQ-to-SQL, LINQ expressions and metaprogramming, expression trees, how the .Net Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) works, PLINQ, and the future of the DLR
  • InfoQ: The Architecture of Multi-Enterprise Business Applications – Jack Greenfield and Wade Wegner introduced the concept of Multi-Enterprise Business Applications (MEBAs) at the PDC last week. MEBAs are business applications that leverage the Cloud to enable multiple partners to work together as part as common business processes.

Daily del.icio.us for May 25th through May 28th

Daily del.icio.us for April 22nd through April 25th

  • Bonus Quote of the Day — Political Wire – "The Clintons know that she can?t win this. But they?'re hell-bound to make it impossible for Obama to win."
  • Thank you, Javascript – The Daily WTF – Javascript supports octal numbers. Any number starting with a zero is octal, even if it can't be an actual octal number. In certain languages, like Perl, trying to use a non-octal number as an octal number results in an error. In other languages, like Jav
  • Screencast #1 – Amazon EC2 plugin for IntelliJ | Elastic Grid Blog – Here is a screencast demonstration the use of the Amazon EC2 plugin for IntelliJ IDEA
  • a little madness » Ext Discovers Step 2 of the Slashdot Business Model? – The saddest part about this is that the Ext team really have built a fantastic library, and a vibrant community around it. The library had all the hallmarks of an open source success story. Now, however, Ext have committed the cardinal sin of an open sour
  • Application Development Trends – SpringSource Enterprise Edition Now Live – The new SpringSource Enterprise Edition product is specifically designed to support large organizations, providing enterprise-class tools and features. The product aims to meet enterprise requirements by being "certified, warranted and indemnified,".
  • Sun looks to free up the rest of Java | The Industry Standard – By freeing these up, Java can be fully open-source and thus be packaged more easily with Linux distributions. In conjunction with this activity, Sun is talking with Linux distributors, including OpenSuse, Ubuntu and Fedora to have them offer an updated ve
  • Windows Server 2008 Now ‘PHP Ready’ – Microsoft and Zend have worked together on Zend Core, Zend's tested, certified and supported version of PHP. Zend Core and PHP are now certified for Windows Server 2008.
  • InfoQ: Comparing JEE Servers – When picking which JEE server to use for your application, you have a number of choices to select from. Knowing which application server is the best is key. Jonathan Campbell took a handful of JEE application servers, and came up with surprising results
  • Ext JS – Blog – Ext JS is pleased to announce the latest release of the Ext JS toolkit and the introduction of a new product, Ext GWT 1.0 (beta 1). The Ext JS version has been updated to 2.1 and includes new components, performance improvements, bug fixes and more.
  • Ajaxian » Ext JS 2.1 Released – Ext JS 2.1 has been released. In this point release the featured changes are: Full REST support, Added Ext.StatusBar Component and Samples, Ext.Slider Component and Samples, Example to demonstrate Remote Loading of Component Configs, Grid Filtering Sample

Daily del.icio.us for January 27th through January 28th

  • Peter Ent: DataCalendar – The DataCalendar is a combination of DateChooser and DataGrid. Like the DateChooser, the DataCalendar displays a standard calendar with controls to navigate to another month and year. And like the DataGrid, the cells of the DataCalendar display data.
  • Khomsan Ph. – VisualWget – Home – VisualWget is a download manager that use Wget as a core retriever to retrieve files from the web. You can think of VisualWget as a GUI front-end for Wget that give you all of Wget functionalities plus little management features such as download queue
  • Wall $treet Week with FORTUNE . In the News | PBS – America’s growing trade deficit is selling the nation out from under us. Here’s a way to fix the problem — and we need to do it now. By Warren E. Buffett,
  • Ext JS Blog – » Ext continues expansion, Now offers training and consulting services – Ext has been quietly offering services for some time now, basically working towards getting certain pieces in place before formalizing the Ext Professional Services division
  • Ext JS Blog – » Ext continues expansion, Now offers training and consulting services – Ext has been quietly offering services for some time now, basically working towards getting certain pieces in place before formalizing the Ext Professional Services division
  • CSS Reference – Welcome to the SitePoint CSS Reference! We?ve worked hard to make this the most detailed and up-to-date reference on the subject available. To get started, try our handy search box, or click on one of the headings to browse that section of the reference
  • InfoQ: Amazon EC2 Gains Favor with JEE and Groovy Developers – Using the EC2 API is straightforward, but to make life even simpler Chris Richardson has posted a Groovy framework that can launch MySQL, Apache HTTP Server, a set of Tomcat instances and JMeter, as well as deploying web applications to Amazon’s EC2.
  • Seth’s Blog: Nickel and diming – Offering low marginal cost items for free is a shortcut to generating word of mouth, which is a lot cheaper than buying ads.
  • Mastering Grails: Build your first Grails application – In the first installment of his new monthly series Mastering Grails, Java expert Scott Davis introduces Grails and demonstrates how to build your first Grails application.
  • The busy Java developer’s guide to Scala: Functional programming for the object oriented – In this new series, Ted Neward introduces Scala, a programming language that combines functional and object-oriented techniques for the JVM. Along the way, Ted makes the case for why you should take the time to learn Scala ? concurrency, for one ? and

Daily del.icio.us for January 21st