ResponseHound project update

ResponseHound has been an incredibly useful tool in my most recent work project. My team is building an application that uses a GWT (JavaScript) client-side app connecting to a PHP server. They communicate using JSON. As usual, some of the more stringent testing (unit) has been pushed to the side. ResponseHound gives us a way […]

The Story of Spaz: How To Give Away Everything, Make No Money, & Still Win

ZendCon 2010 – Tuesday Morning, 10am UnCon Session Summary. Presented by Ed FinklerĀ  – @funkatron ( Ed Finkler has been on Spaz since 2007. Spaz is an open source micro-blogging client. He joined the twitter dev mailing list, became a moderator, back in the days when Twitter had 6 employees. Initially, Spaz was writen […]

Cydia repo and rebuilding apt on iOS4

It took me quite a bit of work to locate the cydia repo so that I could manually download packages. So here it is for future reference (for the most current version): or to the repo root: Installing apt7 took the following packages: apt7_0.7.25.3-6_iphoneos-arm.deb apt7-key_0.7.25.3-3_iphoneos-arm.deb apt7-lib_0.7.25.3-9_iphoneos-arm.deb apt7-ssl_0.7.25.3-3_iphoneos-arm.deb berkeleydb_4.6.21-4_iphoneos-arm.deb curl_7.19.4-6_iphoneos-arm.deb Word of advice: don’t […]