Archive for May, 2009
I know I am not the first person to say this. I know I am neither the last. But I am using this post to ease my indignation about a pathetic piece of engineering called IE.
I am wondering what kind of coding and engineering effort would have gone into making this crap of a browser called IE. As I am imagining how to write code for parsing and rendering CSS display components, I can feel the awkward code that is inside IE parsing my CSS. Something like graceful degradation and granularity of CSS styles are simple to achieve by “a little thought” while coding. But the crap inside IE makes it so complicated!
I wish there never was a browser called IE.
Check the release notes and download.For those using Maven, here is the dependency:
<dependency> <groupId>junit</groupId> <artifactId>junit</artifactId> <version>4.6</version> </dependency>
The article is titled Testing RESTful WebServices Made Easy. You can read a small synopsis here. For those of you who cannot get a copy of Linux for You, the article will be made available by the publisher with Creative Commons License next month.
Larry Page has given a wonderful address. He has reinforced the value of family so well. All my compatriots in Indian software industry, don’t waste your time in your virtual world and spend countless hours in your cubicle! Your family is waiting for you!
At last, at last, some action is going on in this direction!
Clojure is a dialect of Lisp, and shares with Lisp the code-as-data philosophy and a powerful macro system. Clojure is predominantly a functional programming language, and features a rich set of immutable, persistent data structures. When mutable state is needed, Clojure offers a software transactional memory system and reactive Agent system that ensure clean, correct, multithreaded designs.