Month: February 2006

I am big on flow time. Whenever I am placed in a completely new environment I strive to find a way to achieve the maximum possible flow time. Here’s a great description of this with an eye to human interruptions, which cites De Marco’s Peopleware…

Here’s a helper I just wrote for a site of mine. I use it with my picasa XML albums to generate the appropriate links for Lokesh Dhakar’s lightbox image viewer trick. You can change it to use your own image views by simply changing the…

I have many computers, so using Del.icio.us has helped me a lot. Recently I found some intructions on how to post your daily links on your blog. So that’s what I’m doing. Nightly, a post wll show up here with what I’ve linked to. I…

So I open an e-mail in outlook by double clicking on it (which opens it in a new window), from 10 new emails that are to a distribution list. I want to create a rule from them so I go back o the main Inbox…

He añadido al curso de rails el capítulo práctico de pruebas de unidad, incluyendo el desarrollo basado en pruebas. Espero les guste, y les agradezco sus comentarios y apoyo a este proyecto.

Recently I posted a link to Mark McNeil’s entry about expecting more, and how as developers we need to get use to giving more.  Well, on that note, Zimbra is pretty cool. It’s a very nice groupware, outlook-like email/calendaring solution that is open source and…

I’ve been playing a bit with the Yahoo User Interface Library (YUI for short), and I have to say it’s awesome. So far I’ve been using Script.aculo.us for some of my personal stuff. The feature sets pretty much complement each other, and Yahoo’s excellent code…

He añadido el capítulo de Mapeo de objetos a relaciones al curso de Rails. Todavia faltan dos tipos de relaciones y la parte práctica, pero como el contenido es muy útil como referencia decidí añadirlo de una vez. Espero les guste y que demuestren su…