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I've been a devout fan of Borland's development tools since my pre-teen years (I started programming with Turbo Pascal, downloading code from BBSs). I used Delphi back in the day, and I was a debout JBuilder supporter until about a year or two ago, when I moved to Eclipse. Even when I was using JBuilder, a friend of mine and I often concluded that Borland should be selling the best suite of...
on Aug 17, 2007
So, I've been happily using Opera for a while now. I have applied a cool skin, imported my Firefox bookmarks, created and saved sessions (Opera has session-saving of tabs built-in), and so on. There are, of course, a few caveats: I'm not too fond of the way Opera caches things. For normal browsing this is fine, but it's annoying for web development. For now, I've actually turned off caching. It'...
on Mar 13, 2006
Like many Java developers (and an increasing number of web users in general), I have been a big Firefox supporter ever since I switched from Mozilla quite some time ago. The development plugins make it great for building web applications, tab browsing is cool, and it's a snappy little browser. Or at least it used to be snappy. Lately, especially with version 1.5, it seems to gobble up tons of RAM...
on Mar 2, 2006