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webcon 2012

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webcon 2012

webcon 2012 is over, and what a great conference it was. The first reviews are coming in (see Daniel Thulfaut’s retrospective and Tim Becker’s review) and it’s time to make my slides public.
I know I had to rush through a few subjects during my talk, so I hope you can catch up with the help of the resources I supply ...

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Zend_Date, default time zones and DST

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Zend_Date, default time zones and DST

Is your application prepared to support different locales? Do you provide translations and different number formats based on a user’s regional conditions? If so, how about time and calendar dates? Do you keep track of the UTC Offset and the Daylight Saving Time (DST) relative to the time zone your users live in, and are you able to convert dates properly to different time zones? This article will ...

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How conjoon migrated quickly from Trac to JIRA

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How conjoon migrated quickly from Trac to JIRA

conjoon is currently being migrated to the Atlassian’s software suite: Jira, Confluence, Crowd, Fisheye… you name it. While the Trac importer that comes with Jira worked out of the box, I had to do some work to set all previously by Trac defined relations properly up. I also had to add dates to the ticket workflow by hand, but I’m pretty sure it was worth it: Jira is ...

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conjoon – dev notes

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Conjoon_Db_LobAccess_StorageMediator
General purpose: Automatically decide if LOBs have to be stored in the server’s file system (and provide appropriate base functionality), while providing the database as a fallback in any case.

“A storage mediator is responsible for determining whether to store lobs in the database or in the file system. It takes care of processing various operations related to lobs such as retrieving their content and properly storing them, while maintaining relations between the db data ...

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conjoon demo available

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While I was working on a new version of conjoon (which was released just now – see http://www.conjoon.org/blog/2010/03/30/conjoon-0-1-2-released/), I finally had the time to set up a public demo of conjoon. I thought the best way to provide a public demo where multiple users share on installation was to branch the main dev line into a “demo” branch, removing and/or altering some functionality so the demo provides ...

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conjoon – bundled preview available

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ALL NEW!

Yes, you might think the “ALL NEW!” stamp is kind of cheesy and the colors might be too bright, but that’s just how I’d like to announce the immediate availability of a preview version for conjoon 0.1 – in a very reserved way, of course.

conjoon V0.1RC1Pr935 is available from the conjoon project page and brings you a sneek peak of things to come. This ...

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Ext.ux.Livegrid – project home moved

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Ext.ux.Livegrid project home

The project home for Ext.ux.Livegrid has been finally moved – you can find it now at the official webpage www.ext-livegrid.com.
The prior project home will redirect you automatically to the new page – please update your bookmarks accordingly.

Connected with the new project home is a wiki/bugtracker which you will find at wiki.ext-livegrid.com

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t3n magazine: conjoon interview

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t3n interview screenshot

There is an interview about conjoon in the news area of the t3n magazine. You can read it here.

I answer several questions related to the development process and you will find out why I had a hard time figuring out a name for the project. It goes without saying that ...

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Ext.ux.Livegrid in Sun’s xVM Ops Center

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It’s been in the works for over 2 months now, and I’m happy to finally announce that Sun MicrosystemsxVM Ops Center uses the Ext.ux.Livegrid-component.
Sun xVM is Sun’s overall brand for virtualization and management software, and the xVM Ops Center is a tool for datacenter automization and virtualization management of servers at high-scale.
I’m glad to ...

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conjoon stats from ohloh.net

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