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Taking screenshots on an Android-based phone

Even before playing with the new Android phone, the T-Mobile G1, I knew that I would need to be able to take screenshots of the phone itself. Using a digital camera to capture screens externally just wasn't going to cut it. Because the Android platform is open (and now, open source), I really didn't expect this to be a problem. If anything, I thought there would be a way to take screenshots...

Dev Chair : My love-hate relationship with Apple development

First, let me start with the full disclaimer: I develop Windows .NET application by day (and by night too for ecto) and use Mac OS X at home for everything else. Before getting my Mac Pro last December I used to work on ecto using a second Windows machine, but since then I have been using Visual Studio 2005 in an XP virtual machine using Parallels. Whether you love or hate Microsoft, you have to...

Google Developer Service in the works

A new Google Developer service is rumored to be in the works, and is aimed directly at the open source community. Greg Stein at the Google Code Blog posts about how the new service is getting the final touches in time for the Open Source Convention (OSCOM) in Portland Oregon, July 24-28 2006. A first thought by Garret Rogers had might have to do with some code tidbits he found earlier to suggest...

EasyEclipse

I couldn't think of anything to add to the title of this post that wouldn't be redundant. EasyEclipse is what it sounds like: A prepackaged installer for the Eclipse IDE that makes getting up and running with Eclipse really simple on Windows, OS X, or Linux. It comes in a variety of flavors to match your programming language/environment of choice, including Java, LAMP, PHP, Python, and Ruby on...

Adobe releases Flex 2 beta

Adobe has released a beta version of Flex 2.0, its "complete solution for building cross-platform Rich Internet Applications within the enterprise and across the web." What the heck does that mean? Basically it's a development environment for creating Flash apps. While I'm rather skeptical of the idea of creating enterprise apps that run in Flash Player (yes, that Flash Player), I admit...