Category: Technical Review

Alfresco 3.2 – Creating a Better Collaboration Experience 11

Alfresco 3.2 – Creating a Better Collaboration Experience

I’ve been using Alfresco for quite some time as a document management and “collaboration” platform. Alfresco works with documents as one would expect, but as a collaboration tool it lacks many of the things...

Out with the Old in with the…VirtualBox 0

Out with the Old in with the…VirtualBox

I’ve used VMWare on and off ever since it first came out. Both the server and workstations products revolutionized the data center and brought huge power to a developer. These days I’m back into...

10 Tools to Keep a Programmer Happy 0

10 Tools to Keep a Programmer Happy

All programmers have their set of tools that keep them happy and moving ahead. I work with a lot of technologies: PHP, Java SE, Java ME, Drupal, Oracle, J2EE, .NET, and a few others....

Creating A Thick Java Application – in 2009? 8

Creating A Thick Java Application – in 2009?

Has the web become so pervasive that thick client applications are obsolete? Of course we all use a thick Java application once in a while – Office, Photoshop, Nero, and CCleaner are good examples,...

J2ME Development: NetBeans 6.7M2 vs. Eclipse MTJ 0.91 4

J2ME Development: NetBeans 6.7M2 vs. Eclipse MTJ 0.91

J2ME development is fun stuff I think. For some reason it is cool to deploy your own apps to a cellphone or a smartphone. Add in a thrill factor based on the real potential...

Yikes – Disk Full! Acronis Disk Director 10 – Great Stuff 1

Yikes – Disk Full! Acronis Disk Director 10 – Great Stuff

Recently I got a fresh drive from my IT guys…and well of course its lots of fun to chuck mud at them, but what’s the point? I asked for a bigger drive because I...