1990s – When Life Was A GameBoy

I was ten years old when I first laid hands on a Game Boy. My uncle had just come back from New York with one and ever curious about games and games machines I was eager to have a go. He’d bought an American football game (which I can’t seem to find hide nor hair of on the internet) and I was hooked. I imagine he was a little peeved by his little nephew hogging…

"1990s – When Life Was A GameBoy"

Crowdfunding – there’s a new player in town!

First of all, huge props to kickstarter – I’ve been in huge like with the idea idea since I first heard of it, and have been evangelizing it to entrepreneurial friends. BUT… it doesn’t work from Sweden, unfortunately! Just last week the new platform Fundedbyme was launched, and YAY now the awesome possibility of crowdfunding is also open for us Northeners!! Since it’s actually open for any international project submission, I simply urge you all…

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The default PackageResolver for gwtoolbox has changed?

I spent the last 4 hours to understand why gwtoolbox is not injecting dependencies. It was a painful process; there was not any log, just a NullPointerException since there is nothing to inject in the container. Anyway the problem occurred after upgrading gwtoolbox to 2.0-SNAPSHOT from 0.7. Finally I figured out that they changed default PackageResolver strategy in the new version. Before I wasn’t specifying any PackageResolver, meaning; I was relying on the default package…

"The default PackageResolver for gwtoolbox has changed?"

Drupal Module Usage Page

Some three years ago, the nice people at Drupal launched a service that gathered statistical data from deployed drupal sites, regarding the modules they used. This was mainly to solve the problem of which module to use for a particular purpose. I remember this was a real problem when i started using drupal; I often ran into 2-3 Drupal modules doing something similar, that solved my problem, but i had no idea which one to…

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Transitioning from SAAS Enterprise to Cloud Computing

When, If Ever, Will SaaS Crack Core, Mission Critical Processes In The Enterprise It’s no secret Software as a Service (SaaS) has generated tremendous excitement among many customers for its apparently transformational adoption model and ownership experience.  Unlike client-server applications, SaaS delivers faster time to value often via a viral buying cycle as well as lower risk deployment.  The early adopter focus has been on small and midsize businesses (SMBs) because SaaS makes it economical to…

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