The year is about to get wrapped up, so me and Emelie are on our way to Mrs Macquarie’s Point in the Botanic Gardens of Sydney. It is the best view in the city, where the Opera House is seen in front of the massive fireworks in the harbor area.
Posts from year 2006
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While people are struggling with understanding most of .NET Framework 2.0, the confusingly named .NET 3.0 came along and added interesting stuff to the mix.
The world of mashups didn’t stop at the infamous projects HousingMaps or Chicago crime map. It goes on and on with stuff such as Weatherbonk and the Where to go travel map.
Many people have followed the adventure of the crew aboard space shuttle Discovery which includes Christer Fuglesang, first Scandinavian in space. The opinions about the mission range from “heroic adventure” to “stupid waste of tax money”.
I held a customer presentation yesterday about Web 2.0, the technology involved and some of the social aspects of it. The most common question from the audience was how all this fit in with the real world. That is a perfectly valid question.
The release version of Internet Explorer 7 is now available for download. The final version has improved since the early CTP versions.
If Ajax was the most overused and ubiquitous web term of 2005, I would guess that Web 2.0 is the equivalent for 2006. I see it everywhere and I hear everyone talk about it, but many seems to miss the point anyway.
If you have followed the crowd and abandoned HTML for XHTML, you may have noticed that some elements needs to be closed in your markup. The reason is that XHTML is simply a reformulation of HTML in XML syntax.
In the beginning, programmers looked like Santa Claus and chewed trees for breakfast. Or something like that. Coding used to be a lot harder with tons of restraints and limitations.
Five years ago, the world changed forever after the World Trade Center attacks and the web changed with it. I remember that day vividly.