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Cheap Tools

Fri, 02 Dec 2011 20:08:20 +0000

I often joke that since buying a house, my life has become short stints of work and sleep between trips to Home Depot. Between items on my todo list like painting our vaulted living room, building a wall to close in a loft, adding kitchen cabinets, and giving our bathroom a face-lift, I’ve had to […]



MSSQL JDBC Drivers and getSchemas

Sat, 22 Aug 2009 21:02:36 +0000

At work, we’re in the process of trying out some new development projects in Java. And I guess we’re just masochistic, since we decided to write this new project against MSSQL instead of our usual MySQL. Anyways, everything’s coming together for the most part, except that few of the GUI database tools seem to be […]



Less is More

Thu, 20 Aug 2009 15:43:12 +0000

Canon just announced the G11, the latest in the G lineup of compact cameras that give you SLR-ish control and deliver great image quality. What immediately jumped out at me was that for the first time in the series, Canon actually reduced the resolution (10MP in the G11 compared to 14MP in the G10). It’s […]



Cruisecontrol Test Results with Maven

Wed, 19 Aug 2009 17:36:21 +0000

Today I finally figured out how to integrate the results of JUnit tests run via the Maven surefire plugin with the Test Results tab in CruiseControl. It was actually blindingly simple, however, I couldn’t seem to find a straight-forward explanation anywhere. By default, the Surefire plugin dumps the JUnit XML logs into the target/surefire-reports directory. […]



Wonderfully funnily

Tue, 16 Jun 2009 03:34:31 +0000

Can this be real? I have a feeling that something’s being translated or rewritten with liberal use of a thesaurus. But I don’t get the point — there aren’t any ads that I can see, so it’s not just filler to bump up search rankings and get clicks. Weird.



I Have Cupcake

Thu, 28 May 2009 01:40:10 +0000

After saying it was coming, then delaying it, then people claiming to have gotten it, then those claims being debunked, then some people installing the UK version, TMobile has apparently finally begun shipping the Android 1.5 “Cupcake” update to US G1 owners. This afternoon, I downloaded and installed the update by hand, a process that […]



When Objects Aren’t

Sun, 17 May 2009 18:58:04 +0000

When unserializing an object whose class definition is not present, PHP returns an instance of the special type, __PHP_Incomplete_Class, which issues notices if you attempt to call a method or access a property. For example, this code produces the following: andrew@fake:~$ php incomplete.php object(__PHP_Incomplete_Class)#1 (2) { ["__PHP_Incomplete_Class_Name"]=> string(4) "test" ["name"]=> string(2) "hi" } Notice: main(): […]



Best PHP Bug Report

Thu, 07 May 2009 03:55:44 +0000

If this isn’t the best PHP bug report ever, it’s definitely in the running.



Every day

Fri, 06 Mar 2009 22:23:23 +0000

Here are two PHP functions (although one’s actually from an extension) that I didn’t know existed, but give you some good insight into your variables, especially when you’re mucking around with more complicated stuff: debug_zval_dump and xdebug_debug_zval. Both give you more information about the underlying representation of your variables: in particular, what the refcount is […]



Instant Storage

Tue, 24 Feb 2009 21:27:55 +0000

Here’s one of my favorite PHP ‘hacks’: when I’m whipping up a quick script that needs a place to stash some persistent data, but don’t feel like coming up with a database structure, or doing anything remotely approaching a real solution, I instead stuff it into a “static” session. By static, I just mean that […]