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Silly Idea I once had. Or is it?

It seems that the idea I had is more of a silly thought. It’s not the nature of the idea, or how to apply it. It’s because of cultural limitations and its inherited problems. It was simply a solu...

Change Background Without Javascript

It might be an old trick, but, it is nice to know that I can change the background image without the need to use javascaript. Here’s how

CSS Color Scheme Generator

As a start of my blog’s CSS revamping – I found this gem. A Color Scheme generator (Javascript based) with lots of cool features (It suggests a plethory of schemes just by dragging the dot on the c...

XmlHttpRequest - Which one to pick?

After having GMail, Google Suggests, Google Maps, Yahoo! mail contact list, it seems like XmlHttpRequest is really kicking in. Althought the idea have been around for a while yet, it looks like Go...

New App Idea (Don't Read – No Meat)

I was requested (in alignment with my hazy career plan in the company) to do a review of our corporate strategy and to present my report to a line of the T.M. (WOW! sound like this guy is climbing ...

Spring controller forwarding

I’ve been through Spring forums for quite a while now trying to figure out how to SIMPLY forward a request to a controller from another controller (keywords: forward, forwarding, controller chaini...

Spring Admiration Post

The plug was pulled on the project I was working on – adapting an opensource workflow engine (jBPM in my case) for use in an existing application. Although it did hurt a bit (since I’ve done an ex...

Middlegen Sample Simple build file

Middlegen is a timesave. Although it’s not the perfect solution to generate Hibernate mapping files and hence POJOs, yet, it saved me a lot of time. I was about to quit playing with it as it would...

Chainsaw

A neat tool for log [files] processing is Chainsaw. It enables processing log files from various sources and in various formats. I had to download log4j-1.3alpha for some of its jars (UGLI) in orde...

Rosalia Tamer Helmy Salama

I’ve always wanted to post some personal stuff on this blog, so, as a very good start, and a wonderful addition to the blog, introducing Rosalia, my wonderful daughter. [image] Rosy was born on 3...

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