Monthly Archives: September 2006

Graphical Modeling Framework

Boy don’t I know this – in a prior life I wrote a GEF editor for a workflow engine.

Let me be blunt: In the past, creating graphical editors within Eclipse using the Graphical Editor Framework (GEF) was slow and painful. It involved understanding a complex framework and quite a bit of redundant code. That […]

By |September 15th, 2006|Eclipse|Comments Off

Coders: Living on the Edge

Fun and entertaining early Linux History, from Lars Wirzenius:

At one point, Linus had implemented device files in /dev, and wanted to dial up the university computer and debug his terminal emulation code again. So he starts his terminal emulator program and tells it to use /dev/hda. That should have been /dev/ttyS1. Oops. Now his […]

By |September 15th, 2006|Linux|Comments Off

History of the OSX Screen of Death – and make your own

If you’ve followed this for a while you probably know I love emulation and retrocomputing. I’m a big time history geek. Which is why I found this history of the OSX Screen of death entry I found on OSNews pretty cool. And of course I also love when I can tweak things:

Mac OS X […]

By |September 14th, 2006|Mac|Comments Off

Using Hibernate Validators with Spring and Hibernate

In this article, Ted Bergeron shows you how to use the Validator component of Hibernate Annotations to build and maintain validation logic easily in your Web apps.Hibernate can meet your validation needs

technorati tags:java, validation

By |September 14th, 2006|Best Practices, CBBTR, Java|Comments Off