Monthly Archives: September 2008

Ruby, Folder actions and full automation

I routinely scan my documents as PDFs so I can keep them in a virtual filing cabinet (you know, the whole “paperless office” thing). I use my HP all-in-one software running on a Windows VM inside a Mac (sorry, but the Mac scanning software on HP is complete garbage in my opinion). What bothered me […]

By |September 25th, 2008|Mac|1 Comment

BernieCode » How to debug JavaScript with Visual Web Developer Express

Among the things we all have to do (even those of us with Macs) is debug Javascript for Internet Explorer. The JS Engine is quirky and dumb, and other than memory management and garbage collection, they have done hardly anything to the annoyances of their particular implementation of the language. But they are the […]

By |September 25th, 2008|Web Development: Client Side|Comments Off