Category Archives: Java

21 feb

Sublime Text Editor – The Best Ever?

C++, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Java, JavaScript, Linux, Mac, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Windows

Text Editors are extremely important to the web developer. And it’s important for programmers, specifically web programmers to be well versed in all Windows, Mac, and Linux environments. It’s also very easy to get stuck on one particular environment, where … Continue reading

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8 sep

Education: What if C++/Java was Mandatory in K-12?

C++, Hardware, Internet, Java, Programming

Personal computers have been around since the 1980’s. At the same time, computers have deeply saturated the market, to the point where almost every family has a computer and very close to everybody in the United States at least has … Continue reading

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11 jul

Aptana Studio for Ruby on Rails @ChrisPirillo

HTML5/CSS3, Java, JavaScript, Objective-C, PHP, Ruby on Rails

Haha, Chris Pirillo (@ChrisPirillo owner of puts it pretty perfectly when he analyzes Aptana Studio. Listen to this guy, seriously. I’ve recently been using Aptana Studio for Ruby on Rails development. Funny how Chris also uses PSPad, that’s my … Continue reading

22 jun

Learn Object Oriented PHP / Ruby

CakePHP, Java, Ruby on Rails

When people hear about Object Oriented Programming, often they think of Java. Well, it’s all over the place, especially PHP. As projects grow throughout website development and application design, they tend to get more complex, repetitive, and often times, tedious. … Continue reading

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15 jun

A little about Web Content Management Systems

Java, PHP, Ruby

Content Management Systems (CMS) are everywhere. If you really wanted me to, I could absolutely list over 100 different CMS systems that exist on all sorts of platforms from PHP, ASP, Python, Perl, Ruby, and even Cold Fusion. Here, it’s … Continue reading

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2 may

Learn Objective-C, Phil’s Reading Recommendation. A book… really?

Java, Objective-C

Hey guys, the past week, I’ve been learning Objective-C. I have a pretty solid background with C/C++, Java and consider myself an expert at the web script languages PHP, Perl, Python, and very elite using JavaScript, HTML, CSS even HTML5, … Continue reading

18 feb

JavaScript is not only for Web Browsers

***, Apple, Chrome, Firefox, Google, Internet Explorer, Java, JavaScript, Microsoft, Safari

JavaScript, derived from ECMAScript, is becoming one of the most powerful and popular scripting languages in and around the web. Primarily, JavaScript is code that runs on a users web browser. But it’s use has expanded into many other realms. … Continue reading

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10 feb

SDK Wars turn into Mobile Browser Wars

***, Android, Apple, Browsers, C++, Google, HTML5/CSS3, iPad, iPhone, Java, Microsoft, WebGL, Windows (Mobile)

I found this well thought out article here at TechCrunch about the future web and mobile world to be swept by HTML5. It’s an article on what the world of web technology is and where it will be in the … Continue reading

8 feb

Project Tracking: Microsoft Kinect MediaCenter App, Android Voice Recognizer App, WebGL Tetris

**, Android, C++, Chrome, Electronics, Entertainment, Games, Google, Hacking, Home Projects, HTML5/CSS3, Java, Linux, Media, Microsoft, Mobility, Site Related, WebGL, Windows

This will be my periodic tracking post for my current projects. This is probably more for you, but I’ll let the readers hold me accountable to get these things done. I’ll limit these to only three at a time. At … Continue reading

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5 feb

Creating an Android App, the process from Step 0

***, Android, Google, Java

As mentioned in yesterday’s post, I decided to make an Android application. While doing this, I thought I’d log how to setup an Android development environment. It was pretty simple to do. Lots of automatic install’s, just a couple environment … Continue reading

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