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Archive for October 2009

Php from Command Line

A really simple, still useful tip for php developers. It is possible to execute a php command directly from the command line by doing the following: php -r ‘COMMAND’ For example: php -r ‘echo substr(“hello world”, 6);’ Enjoy!

New “Joomla! Picasa” and “Joomla! Flickr”

Hello people, a couple of years ago I wrote a beta version of the two Joomla! components “Joomla! Picasa” and “Joomla! Flickr”. In the past two years, the two packages have been downloaded and tried more than 70.000 times, generating lot of interest and discussions, even in their early stage of development. I’m now going … Continue reading

Essential Free Software for Mac

This is a list of essential free software for Mac, according to the author (ongoing process): Growl uTorrent Emacs Skype Firefox Inkscape VLC Spotify OpenOffice iScrobbler Dropdown Evernote Feel free to comment / add your favourite software (FREE, not already included in Mac OS X).

Erlang Quickcheck Design Patterns – Black Box

Name Black Box Also Known As ETS Driven Testing Intent When writing Quickcheck unit tests for an Erlang application, it usually happens that you require to stub some external application, since you’re not interested in System Tests, but you want to test your application as a mere black box. Motivation You want complete control on … Continue reading

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