Archive for February 2009

Getting dirty – reverse engineering

Posted on February 19, 2009, 15:06, in Hacking, Java | No Comments

Mats has just written a good post about reverse-engineering a binary Java-library. He mention some possible ways to do this, and how he ended up doing it.Well worth checking out. e-mats.org: New Adventures in Reverse Engineering

I’m not developing for IE6

Posted on February 15, 2009, 11:53, in Web development | 3 Comments

I’m not developing for IE6, and haven’t done so the last year or two. Don’t get me wrong: I’m not saying that users using IE6 will be kicked out of my sites – that would be harsh for those poor guys and girls who don’t have a choice – or know any better. (And as […]

Acquiring full screen in Java-applications

Posted on February 12, 2009, 14:36, in Java, Mac | No Comments

Inn a recent project I’ve been toying around with, the need to acquire the entire screen came up as a need. Being rather new to Java as I am, this took some time figuring out. I use the javax.swing-library to handle my GUI. My first try was to ┬áset the JFrame undecorated, “always on top”, […]

Essential mac-applications

Posted on February 5, 2009, 20:29, in Mac | No Comments

Here follows my must-have os x-applications, and several of them are the very reasons themselves I use a mac as my main workstation: Opera (free) – my browser of choice, for development as well as everyday browsing. Transmit (!free, but well worth it) -I’ve yet to find a better FTP-client on any platform. It’s a […]