If you don’t already know Google provides a free service for hosting your open-sourced projects called Google Code.
When you create a project define the license you want to use (i.e. GPL2, GPL3, etc…).
Today at work I made a Zend_Acl – Resource / Role / Privilege Viewer that I wish I could share, but can’t. Pretty straight forward, globs the resources by their file names and instantiates all the roles on another glob. Overrode the allow/deny in Zend_Acl to save the privileges and then use that to display a table of all the isAllowed calls for a specific resource for all the roles for their privileges.
Was looking around to see if there are any open-sourced projects and didn’t find any.
Physicians and information specialists across the country are feverishly figuring out how to best prepare for the impending availability of $19 billion designated for health-care IT spending in the newly signed stimulus bill. Broadly deploying electronic health records (EHRs), they say, will require special support for small private practices across the country.
In my humble opinion we need to fix things like the vulnerability of DNS servers and SSL certificates, before something like this goes into effect. (more…)
Its amazing coming back and reading this book again after so many years. I remember the first time I read this in 2002 having alot of this gloss over my head and now many of these design patterns are second nature – I couldn’t think of designing any type of OO software without these patterns.
I wonder if something like this could be used for Search & Rescue? I want to see how this works underwater:
A surgical procedure allows intuitive control of a sophisticated robotic arm.
By surgically rearranging the nerves that normally connect to the lost limb, physicians have developed an intuitive way for amputee patients to control a robotic arm.
I wonder how soon people will replacing their own limbs with bionic superior limbs? I mean if you could get a set of legs that would allow you to run a marathon in under 2 hours, would you get them?