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Archive for May 5th, 2009

05 May

System Guide

Ars Technica’s ‘budget box’ guide is great advice if you’re looking for a good cheap system (or even just parts).

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05 May

YAJSW

Yet Another Java Service Wrapper alpha 8.0.0

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05 May

Saxon

I’ve heard of it, even poked at it, but never used it (yet). But given this ringing endorsement it’s hard to consider anything else: Re: IBM Releases XML Feature Pack (XPath/XSLT 2.0, XQuery 1.0) Posted by: Jess Holle on April 29, 2009 in response to Message #308035 Saxon is a one-man show. It has two […]

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05 May

Aqua Data Studio 7.5

Here.

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05 May

JBoss Tattletale 1.0.0

Static analysis of Java projects for common problems. Handy.

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05 May

New JDBC Driver for SQL Server

Microsoft released a new JDBC driver (v2.0) for SQL Server.

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05 May

CodeTracker

Microsoft codenames. Handy.

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05 May

Microsoft, Phase 2

The “second phase” of Microsoft’s spending reductions and job eliminations occurred today. More links abound. No positions were included in these job elimintations within the Exchange organization, including my group. Shameless plug: Exchange 2010 is looking like a solid improvement. Good news for the many Exchange users out there (and good news for Microsoft

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