Daily del.icio.us for December 31st through January 1st:
- ZSFA — Rails Is A Ghetto – Stay tuned for more about Ruby conferences and why they suck, and why the Pickaxe book is what killed Ruby
- InformIT: Using XQuery to Manage XML with SQL Server 2005 > XQuery Advantages – Jesse Smith gives you a crash course on XQuery methods and how you can use them in certain situations to retrieve and update XML data stored in your SQL Server 2005 database
- Open source and the corporate elephant | InfoWorld | News | 2007-12-12 | By John Ribeiro, IDG News Service – More and more open-source developers these days are employees of companies, paid to work on open-source projects, rather than independent programmers doing it for fun. The change raises issues for projects, programmers and employers alike.
- How to create a theme for Roller 4.0 – In part one I explained how to create a theme directory and add the required template and resource files. Now I’ll wrap things up by explaining what goes into a theme.xml theme definition file and how to deploy your new theme.
- Law Blog – WSJ.com : The Law Blog 2007 Year-End Quiz! – We thought we?d say goodbye to 2007 with a little year-end quiz touching on some of the highlights (and lowlights) of the year in law.
- Automatic blog posts from your Google Reader Shared items « Tzetze Fly – by Dan Woolley – Below is a Ruby script I wrote that does just that. It consumes an Atom feed of your Google Reader Shared Items, formats them, and automatically posts them to your WordPress blog using their XML-RPC interface
- Alfresco Press Releases – Quark And Alfresco Announce New Partnership – This new partnership will enable Quark and Alfresco to provide cost-effective end-to-end content management and publishing solutions based on open standards ? enabling seamless integration with an organization?s existing business system.