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. 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 […]