Google Docs recently added support for uploading arbitrary files (up to 250MB large). Can this be used to host Java applets?
While hiking, I often carry along a small GPS device to record my tracks. This is not just useful in case I get lost and need to backtrack, but also allows me to geotag my pictures before uploading them. Plus it can be fun to review a hike in Google Earth. What about sharing tracklogs? This can be valuable when hiking in areas with outdated maps or maps hat don’t have all trails. So I had a look at some of the existing websites for sharing GPS tracklogs — here’s what I found.
Here are my take-away notes from the first day of the Google Testing and Automation Conference.
Here are some take-away notes from the course on presenting data and information that Edward Tufte gave in Seattle on July 17.
Spent this weekend at the Spring 2008 Pacific Northwest Software Symposium. Here are my notes (trimmed down to whatever I felt was new & noteworthy to me) and some general comments about the event.
I recently needed to add support for extracting data from Excel files (which are still ubiquitous in labs) to a Java application.
Blist is an interesting cross between a spreadsheet application and an interface to a proper database. The goal (I believe) is to allow mere mortals to create and share simple databases on the Web.