Late last week, it was found that Twitter had implemented some new security methods. Twitter had been talking about OAuth support for some time, so this was not an unexpected development. However, with many blog posts, sometimes the conversation around it gets interesting. On FriendFeed, there was a comment from Frode Stenstrom that triggered some […]

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As a java developer, I write unit tests all the time. There are a lot of ways to do this, but sometimes unit testing becomes difficult. This could be because you need to test a Struts action or you do not want your unit tests to hit your database. So, the question is what tools […]

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About two weeks ago, Alexander Van Elsas had an interesting post where he asked several questions about the current state of web applications. There were a few questions that really bothered me as I initially thought they had been answered several times: If everything becomes open and connected, what will happen to the big destinations? […]

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I have been playing with the new FriendFeed beta for about a week. As promised, I wanted to give some level of feedback and review after my normal level of use. One minor caveat is that my current normal level of use is significantly lower than six months ago due to my day job being […]

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As you have heard, the DiggBar is now considered evil. Steven Hodson has a great rant, where the first paragraph is priceless: Like most things, we seem to be travelling back in time to pick out the worst shit possible, give it a nifty Web 2.0 type name and then release it upon the world […]

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