Your first few days on RubyCocoa →
I’ve been playing with RubyCocoa lately and really enjoying how easy it is to create OS X GUI apps with just a few lines of Ruby. After playing with this stuff for the past few days, I’m even more excited about Apple’s inclusion of Ruby for Cocoa Development officialy in Leopard.
MySQL Performance Blog » Predicting how long data... →
I had this question asked many times during last week, and there is really no easy answer. There are just way too many variables to consider especially while loading large schemas with a lot of different table structures. So which variables affect the load speed …
geektechnique.org: Slurpr - the mother of all... →
““At this moment I can see 8 different signals. Some are closed networks but most are open and available. I can only connect to one at a time so I tend to just pick the one with the best signal. But what if I could connect to all the networks at the same time and combine their bandwidth?”
About Security Update 2007-005 →
mDNSResponder CVE-ID: CVE-2007-2386 Impact: An attacker on the local network may be able to cause a denial of service or arbitrary code execution.
From the Facebook Platform Launch →
Facebook applications are granted real estate on users’ profile pages, in both the narrow and wide columns, as well as their own “Canvas”—basically an entire page which is framed by the Facebook navigation.
Long Ruby Strings :: The Here-Document →
Be like water making its way through cracks. Do not be assertive, but adjust to...
Researchers: 307-digit key crack endangers... →
A 307-digit composite Mersenne number has been broken down into primes, and 1024-bit RSA keys are next, according to encryption researchers. Researchers from the University of Lausanne, the University of Bonn, and NTT DoCoMo have broken a new record in discovering the prime factors of a “special” 307-digit number this month, which took 11 months and roughly 100 years of computer time....
MySQL Find 0.9.0 released →
If you’ve used the UNIX find command for more than a trivial find-and-print, you know how powerful it is; it’s almost a miniature programming environment to find and manipulate files and directories. What if you could do the same thing with MySQL tables and databases? That was the inspiration for writing this tool. I was about to write several other tools to do some MySQL administrative jobs when...