Two years ago, I learned that you can be a brilliant programmer and write awesome code but if your code doesn’t help solve some problem or doesn’t ease someone’s pain, then you’re not really doing your part. This is exactly the lesson that this book tries to drive home. It… Read more“Book Review: From Program To Product”
Dear Ati and Ati’s daddy AMD, A week ago, i needed to replace my graphics card and so after being an Nvidia customer for several years, i decided to go with an Ati card this time to support the company for choosing to open source their graphic drivers. I am… Read more“A letter to ATI/AMD”
Currently attending #barcamp-lebanon. Sitting in a session about IP law and creative commons. The main question is why don’t we promote creative commons as a way for brand recognition in this part of the world. This is specifically true for Arab media networks which are unknown in the western world…. Read more“barcamp-lebanon session about IP Law and creative commons”
I am a big fan of the Galactic Konquest game. It is similar to the risk board game, except it occurs in space and it may have different rules, i am not familiar with risk myself…ahem… It is a part of the kdegames package and thus comes with some strings… Read more“Project: Space Explorer(SpaceX)”
Strange title, isn’t? I don’t actually make bombs although during the last war, a lot of people probably thought i did. In my KDE days, i used to make a lot of use of an applet called KTeaTime(http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdetoys/kteatime/introduction.html#whats-kteatime). Its a nice little applet that tells you when your tea is… Read more“Quietly working on my Bomb Maker”
As a follow-up on , does a much better job at going over Ruby’s faults. Ruby on Rails is not discussed except to say that it and Pylons are very similar, but i tend to agree that a lot of the different web frameworks out there are quite similar because… Read more“On getting Ruby-fied and its aftereffects”
Migrated website from own ugly design to bootstrap. Went very well, and it looks much better IMO.
Working on a Joomla and VirtueMart installtion for a client. Seems like a solid platform, why have I been neglecting it all these years?