, a glass of wine and some French cheese, my body relaxes after
a nice bike trip across the
Meurthe River, my notebook connecting to
tonight is my first virtual meeting with the Java Community of Dublin.
One of the most tricky parts to learn Object Orientation is the concept of classification.
The task of separating entities of the real word in groups and then enumerating the
characteristics of each group seems quite simple for experienced programmers but could be messy
for novice students.
The last decade of the XXth century was marked by the HTML advent, from a simple language rendered by the Web Browsers to the standard de facto of Internet contents: web-pages, mail and business applications.
After several years of comfortable positions in Brazil I'm revisiting
the world of the job hunting. After two months trying job hunting portals
- and tired to re-type my CV in several different formats - I started
thinking about innovative ways to demonstrate my abilities to the
prospective employers. This blog entry is a laboratory about curriculum vitae
Life is a movement experience... and one more time the destiny gives me a rare privilege of knowing other countries, other cultures. In the next few months I will
live in Nancy / France. My wife received a PhD schoolarship for six months at University
Nancy and we are moving to there on April, 1.
Debugging with println is an ancient habit in programming - even
the novice developers know about how fragile is such strategy facing the
robust debugging tools provided by the most common IDEs.
In the last CEJUG - CafÃ© com Tapioca, I introduced Cejug-Classifieds as
a project designed to be a study-case for the J2EE community. The aim of
the project is to allow university students to test their subjects on an
alive project, taking advantage of collaborative effort in a real J2EE test
Posted by felipegaucho on January 18, 2006 at 5:30 AM PST
In my new occupation as independent consultant I have visited several companies that produce web applications. Same products, same bugs, including a classical one: the char encoding problem.