Thursday, December 28, 2006

If you do it, do it best

As i usual say, but as i usual get when i do what i preach is poo smack in the face I'm getting tired and changing my path.

You spoke to your colleagues to explain him why you should go that way or the other, why is so convenient to spend more time on development while you can as later you cannot afford it, then suddenly you get to the point where the specs are written and approved but the reality is that you've to change how the core is doing its job just to fulfill a gap you're manager is sneaking under your own seat.
I write manager but i should write trader.

There will be a day, there will be my day.

... yeah yeah... i know it's the excuse of the looser, so what's the deal!?

Saturday, December 16, 2006

It feels warmy

It's night here now, i come back home after a dinner with some friends i didn't catch up since June.

It's wired to feel more warmy with guys you don't expect when the ones closer just don't.

Thank you guys!

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Event driven

Simply my mind is event driven so is everything i happen to write.
I don't mind do-that-then-please-cut-off-hat i simply expect it to happen then react.

Why do people expect to program the way their software goes, that not feasible, it's even less feasible to impose users to play as you wish, they simply doesn't listen to you.

So simply react insead of program.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

What the hell is this

That's simply plain stupid.
How do you will use for your own day work something like:

Trying 83.x.y.z...
Connected to 83.x.y.z.
Escape character is '^]'.
Huawei Home Gateway 550
telnet> quit
Connection closed.

The monkey could even answer you it did the job, but when it suddenly stops how the monkey answer?

Does anyone with a clue on how network and transport layers works please give them a call and cover their sucked out monkey brain with some kind of intellectual property.

Just while you're there, please smile so to be kind sand so they'll not understand you're offending them.

Saturday, May 20, 2006

No so a buzz, just magic

Actually i wish i could give it a try but let me play with AJAX stuff is not in the future plans of the guy who own it.

Following Tapestry user's list i got noticed by a new framework from Google which by a first glance doesn't sounds too attractive to me since they pretend to compile my code and produce HTML+JS (which builds AJAX) from it.

I whish i write the code no you. They said: "You write your front end in the Java programming language, and the GWT compiler converts your Java classes to browser-compliant JavaScript and HTML."

Well i've to see how it fits... more to come.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

I wish i meet Murphy

Well, i don't know if i owe him a big demijohn of good wine for his own thoughts or a big punch on the nose.
I hate when it comes to me but that's sure Murphy got good reasons to speech that way.

Release time it's when you count on things your sure they will not work.

Saturday, April 01, 2006

Like the first time

Yes... a deep breath and a deep jump in to the game

Thank you guys!

Web side of the moon

I've stated a lot of times that letting the HTML side of the work done by others not me was simply a dream.
Well this has come in front of me lately, I've developed an almost trivial web app which is based on CSS without touching any HTML word, that was (is since this is only 1.0 and will follow 1.x releases) an amazing way of work.

Kudos goes to my co-workers web guys which were able to work with part of HTML, not only the whole doc,but also (most of the) to the neat way Tapestry and HiveMind, overall, makes you do your own work.

I hope to reproduce this way of develop, yeah i know the gui was really trivial but it was an effectively funny job and things start to get funnier now on web side of the moon.

Saturday, February 04, 2006

The commit bit

After submitting my latest patch to Mule i got invited by Trevis Carlson to be a committer to the project, he is the committer who imported my previous patches so I felt really good when received that invite so i accepted.
I owe Trevis a big thanks for all this.

Now i feel i can commit some useful to the project, just need to take time to get in touch with Mule's dev team practice, the next couple of months will be ver interesting.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

HiveMind and Mule updated

I've updated the Mule support to HiveMind as a container for its managed components to be able to use the HiveMind service-id as a reference.
This is far more concise the the full class name and overall lets you abuse of it and have (under different service-id) different implementation of the same interface.

After stressing this in my current project i would like to consider having Mule to embrace a Registry supplied by an external entity.
Yep, i can already hear someone thinking to Tapestry...

Thursday, January 05, 2006

That's bile!

Yes, that's what i call bile, and there's more and more frightening and frustrating, it's all nothing but true.

Let's say, no bile for nothing.