You might think I’m crazy, but I’m into this thing “Write your own OS”. I have some commercial ideas on how and why, but I’m willing to share my knowledge of what I’ve found so far. This is the first one in the series, as I’m currently researching stuff and wanted to write them down for …
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Lightweigt SQL database management tools
Just letting you know, that I’ve created 2 simple browse/import/export/execute tools for PostgreSQL and MySQL (and maybe I’ll create one for SQLLite too). They’re hosted on GitHub: PSM and MSM
Latvia, beaches and volleball
For those on Twitter after #London2012 beach volleyball game With USA, #whereislatvia and #whoslatvia – here are some facts about Latvia.
jQuery-Jmol a jQuery plugin for Jmol
User Agent standard
I read this beautiful essay on how we’ve come to this user agent string mess. So I started to google up something about user agent string standards, but even the RFC of HTTP is quite shy on information. So I’d like to propose a standardized User Agent string format.
Build your own CMS, part 1
Today I stumbled upon this really terrible example, of “How to create an admin panel”, it’s terrible in so many ways, that it made me cry. And yet it’s been posted on January 14th, 2012. I thought to my self, why don’t I share my knowledge in the field I’ve been working for the past …
Poll: OSS and Proprietary license mashup?
I wanted to ask you about OSS licenses and their usage in proprietary software and vice-versa. We have very many great OSS licenses, like GPL, LGPL, BSD, MIT, MPL, ASL, etc. But what is that area they cover in development terms and what are you allowed to do with this software?
What’s wrong with jQuery UI?
In overall, jQuery and jQuery UI are really great. As for the former, and speaking purely in subjective terms, it’s the best thing that has happened to the web. But with great power comes great responsibility, so this post is about where jQuery UI team is making a mess. First let’s talk about release cycle – …
99 problems, but the web ain’t one.
Dear web browser vendors…