This blog continues to be spammed with automated log-in attempts from bots. Luckily 99% of the bots are so unsophisticated, they just try to log in as “admin” with a random password. If you’re a WordPress user yourself, I urge you to delete the default admin user and create a new one under a different […]
Even though this site doesn’t reflect it, I have made numerous changes, bug fixes and additions to JewelScript. I’m planning on releasing a new version on Sourceforge in April. Until then, I want to make sure the changes are stable.
Like many WordPress Blogs, this one is under permanent attack by Login Spammers; most of which originate in Belgium. It seems the land is kind of a paradise for computer criminals. It is a sad testimony for the internet still beeing “lawless territory” indeed, at least in a way, seeing that people can abuse ISPs […]
Just in case you always wondered.
Expressions in an object-oriented programming language can become utterly complex, so how do you make sure that everything that should work does work? And how do you make sure that things that must not work, don’t? Here is how I do it.
Yes, it has been almost 18 months since I’ve posted an update on the project. I must say, I haven’t actually worked on JewelScript ever since the last post in June, 2008. This is partly due to my job, which doesn’t leave me much free time anymore to work on personal projects at home. But […]
If you have been following the progress of this project for a while, you’ll probably remember that I posted a resumee on the project after its one- and two- year anniversary at sourceforge.net.
Last year I posted a review on the project after its one year “anniversary” at sourceforge.net. Since the project had it’s 2 year anniversary only last month (January 22), I thought why not make a habit out of it.
Yes, a few days ago, the JewelScript project had it’s one year “anniversary” at sourceforge. Time to look back and think about what has changed, or what has not changed during the last 12 months.Next Entries »