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Adding navigator filters to Eclipse 2.x

Reading Time: 2 minutes For the last year or so, I’ve been using Eclipse as my IDE. One limitation that I’ve noticed with Eclipse 2.1 is the inability to customize file extention filters. These filters are important because every time you checkout files from the CVS repository a new CVS subdirectory is created. And, each time you recompile, there…
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GMailFS for Windows

Reading Time: 2 minutes I was lucky enough to finally get an invite for Google’s GMail last week. Feature-wise, GMail seems to be one step ahead of Hotmail and Yahoo Mail. Basic features like virtual labels, email forwarding, and contact import are nice. But, the obvious plus is the incredible 1GB of storage space! Since GMail started gaining attention…
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Thoughts on Google Desktop

Reading Time: < 1 minute Today I installed Google’s recently released beta Google Desktop. Although I only briefly skimmed a ZDNet review on this, and had some preconceived notions on what this product was like, I decided to download anyways. I have to say that after 15 minutes of using it I was definitely impressed! I’m usually pretty good about…
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JSMF – JavaScript State Management Framework

Reading Time: < 1 minute Over the years, I’ve used various techniques for maintaining state within my web-based applications. Recently I started experimenting with IFrames and decided to expand on these techniques and create a JavaScript API. Enter JSMF…. JSMF (JavaScript State Management Framework) provides your web-based applications with a comprehensive mechanism to maintain state. This solution is made possible…
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New website URL

Reading Time: < 1 minute I finally broke down the other day and registered This website hasn’t been updated for a while, but I plan on posting some new pictures very shortly. And, of course, I have a few tidbits of code to share that will be posted under the Technology section.

ClearSilver – A fairly impressive templating system

Reading Time: < 1 minute Last week I stumbled upon a gem of a templating system. I accidently discovered ClearSilver as I was in the middle of developing a prototype web interface for a project at work. For years I’ve been looking for a C API that allows me to completely seperate my HTML content from my source code. Admittedly,…
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This is my first blog…

Reading Time: < 1 minute Wow, this is much easier than it looks.