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Sammy the Snake is a demo Zune game made for an article on Microsoft's Coding4Fun blog. Sammy the Snake and the article were written by Nick Gravelyn ([url:http://www.nickontech.com]) All artwork provided by George Clingerman ([url:http://www.xnadevelopment.com])
EvisBlog.NETThis project is suspended, while the sourcecode is "AS-IS". Mainstream BlogEngine.NET development is really active and entering its v2.0 stage. There are several alternatives of ACCESS DB for light-weight solutions, please browse http://www.dotnetblogengine.net/ for details. Btw, myself is a fun of BlogEngine.NET. Project IntroductionThis project is meant to maintain the source code of a customized BlogEngine.NET for my personal web site. The base version of BlogEngine.NET is 126.96.36.199
The aim for Bloggie is to be a blogging environment for Developers and Programmers. Bloggie.co.uk will host blogs under the freemium model, however, the source code will always be available. The open source licence has not been chosen yet. Bloggie will be written in C# .NET 4.0 for ASP.NET and IIS6/7. Should developers wish to add extra functionality, then can do so with Extensions.
This is a copy of the multithreaded TC project (http://code.google.com/p/multithreadedtc/) with enhancements for JUnit4. See a blog post of mine with more details: http://janvanbesien.blogspot.com/2009/06/modernizing-multithreadedtc-junit-4.html I would like to contribute this to the multithreaded TC project itself, but I haven't been able to get in touch with the authors yet.
I belive catalyst is a beautiful framework. The main goal is to study: 1. how to promote web performance; 2. how to expand architecture 3. how to modularize code 4. how to use extreme programming 5. study new technique. catalyst + posgresql now.
Update 2nd Nov 2011 The O-Kay-Blog will no longer be maintained as I have stopped using Google App Engine. You are free to continue using the source code of this blogging engine. Latest release on 2nd July 2010 using new buzzapp theme for both admin and public website using textile for markup of post body added post preview added syntax highlighting for programming language code in post body css and js files are compressed using 'python manage.py compile_media' The O-Kay-Blog is a Google App Eng
OVERVIEWI wanted to be able to copy a snippet of source code from my text editor, convert it into color-coded HTML, and paste that into my blog. I found some Windows programs for this but I'm a Linux user. So I wrote my own in Python. code2blog is a pyGTK front-end to Lorenzo Bettini's excellent command-line utility GNU/Source-Highlight. The goal of this utility is easy conversion of source code into HTML. It supports multiple languages and output formats. You can specify tab size and line numbe
NOTE: SINCE ErlyWeb 0.4, Smerl IS NO LONGER MAINTAINED IN THIS LOCATION. THE CURRENT VERSION OF Smerl IS NOW IN THE ErlyWeb REPOSITORY AT http://code.google.com/p/erlyweb. Smerl is a library that simplifies the generation and manipulation of Erlang code in runtime. Complete documentation is only in the code for now. You can also visit the Smerl blog, currently at http://yarivsblog/articles/tag/smerl, for announcements, tutorials and examples.