Jul
19
2009
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Computer hardware poster

The guys over at Hack a day found this computer hardware poster of pretty much all the connectors in use by the industry today.  Very useful especially for someone like me who really hasn’t been a hardware geek for quite some time.

You can also buy the print as a full-sized poster.

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Jul
18
2009
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D&D Session 3: July 18, 2009

Last night’s had us continuing our adventures from the last session in the dungeon I-keep-forgetting-the-name-of with characters I-don’t-recall-their-names-unless-it’s-written-on-my-character-sheet.

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Jul
15
2009
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Looking for help for CuteFlow

CuteFlow is an open source PHP workflow management system. The current version is written in plain PHP. The codebase is pretty old and pretty pretty pretty ugly for current PHP standards. We are at the beginning of a complete rewrite of the system with Symfony but still maintaining the old version. The most work is done by myself, so I can need any help I can get. If you are interessted in helping there are a lot of areas you can help.

  • New website with symfony (layout is ready)
  • Writing documentation
  • Creating Screencasts
  • Developing

If you are interessted send me a mail to timo.haberkern@fantastic-bits.de.

Jul
14
2009
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YouTube to nix IE6 support…finally

IE6, the bane of all web developers.  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to code special cases just for the most non-compliant browser (since IE 5.5), of them all.

YouTube Will Be Next To Kiss IE6 Support Goodbye

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Jul
12
2009
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PHP urlEncode urlDecode Tool

So while I was at it made this PHP urlEncode urlDecode Tool because I keep forgetting to bookmark other sites’ urlencode/urldecoders.  Also because the Mac version of Hackbar in Firefox doesn’t have the same options as the Window’s version.

Jul
12
2009
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PHP TimeDiff Tool

I needed to send an email with human readable string of the difference between two timestamps, so I made this little tool:

PHP TimeDiff Tool

Jul
03
2009
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Well-Intentioned Destruction

A friend at work forwarded me this article from 2007 titled Well-Intentioned Destruction.  Its a great article about maintaining legacy code and debugging a serious problem with seamingly random data deletes.

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