Archive for October, 2009

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala released

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Canonical is holding their word when it comes on the strict release schedule of Ubuntu releases. Ubuntu 9.10, with the codename Karmic Koala, has been released yesterday 29 October, a week after the release of Microsoft’s Windows 7.

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The Decorator Design Pattern

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The official definition of the Decorator pattern from the GoF book (Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software, 1995, Pearson Education, Inc. Publishing as Pearson Addison Wesley) says you can, “Attach additional responsibilities to an object dynamically. Decorators provide a flexible alternative to subclassing for extending functionality.”

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Time saving tips when debugging

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Did you ever write some code, compile & run your solution and then, when debugging, found a minor error (like an sql string syntax error) that messed up your code’s execution? Well, stopping the debugger, correcting the error, recompiling & running is the way to go, right? Wrong! Visual Studio has two tricks up it’s […]

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5th Balkans Region Conference on Engineering and Business Education

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Today I’ve been present at opening speeches of 5th Balkans Region Conference on Engineering and Business Education organized in Sibiu by Lucian Blaga University, Sibiu.

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Use Traveler 8.5.1 with iPhone

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Today I’ve update for testing Traveler from 8.5 to Traveler 8.5.1 – this process was made on Windows environment. To update Traveler first you have to update Domino server – that is simple following steps from self extracting installation (CZ5RTEN archive) – it detect actual version of Domino installed and if it is 8.5 it […]

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Lotus Domino 8.5.1 available for Download

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If you are using Domino and Lotus Notes is good to know that 8.5.1 release is available for download from IBM.

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Bowling Competition start for Ropardo at the end of October

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Because autumn comes, we started to organize the Ropardo Bowling Cup – third edition, event that promotes the team concept and the significance of this concept in our company.

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Configure Xwiki and Create a Formular With Field Validation

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XWiki is a growing open source wiki that can be easily used withing a corporate. It has many features that can be integrated in a wiki application with reliability for the user. XWiki is written in Java and supports a variety of datasources: MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle etc.

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Forward vs Redirect

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A Controller servlet may perform either a forward or a redirect operation at the end of processing a request in order to get to the results page. Let’s say a browser requests page “A” in an application. If the application responds by forwarding to “B”, then a server-side forward takes place; the server sends back […]

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Populate DDDW based on the value of another DDDW

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The contents of a particular drop down datawindow depends on the value of another drop down datawindow. For example we need to filter some employees based on the team they belong to. In the current datawindow, Teams will be a drop down datawindow whose contents depend on the value of another DDDW – Departments.

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