Archive for November, 2005

An iTunes alternative

Wednesday, November 30th, 2005

It’s been a fairly long time since I’ve started using www.Allofmp3.com as my primary source for music, and I think it’s about time others know what a great sevice they provide.
Due to several loopholes in the Russian copyright laws it’s possible for this Moscow based company to provide legal mp3 download services for as [...]

Doxygen meets SEQUENCE diagrams

Sunday, November 27th, 2005

I’ve been tinkering with Doxygen and SEQUENCE (see my previous post on this) to make them play well together for the documentation of the Daversy project. The goal was to have Doxygen automatically incorporate sequence diagrams into the resulting documentation, complete with a description of the diagram and links to other relevant parts of the [...]

Sequence Diagrams

Sunday, November 27th, 2005

I’m working on documenting Daversy, the open source program I’m working on, and quite naturally I’m using Doxygen to do it. Doxygen is a fine tool, but there are things it cannot do.
One of those things is generating sequence diagrams, which I believe are a very important part of a project’s documentation. I’ve been using [...]

Working evironment

Sunday, November 27th, 2005

I’ve been talking today to a friend of mine about her working environment and something struck me as odd. It seems to me that we have been using the wrong criteria when deciding which people should share a com.
My friend is a developer working at a large software company and is sitting in a room [...]