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Google Personal Homepage

I really love Google Personal HomePage. Google Personal HomePage lets you to have GMail, Google Calendar, Google Reader, Google Analytics, weather forecasts, and much more in a single page for a quick overview. Almost any application can be integrated with it. Recently Google launched Google Docs & Spreadsheets, which makes possible to write and share […]

It has been a long wait, but finally Eclipse Callisto is ready for the download! Callisto is a sort of distribution of 10 projects released and tested to work properly together. This is a big step for the Eclipse IDE: the time of different plugin releases conflicts is over. Sometime ago I used to build […]

A thing I usually do with firefox is to read documentation. Usually also BIG documentation. An example of that is the JDK javadocs or other libraries documentation. I think that this is quite common to any kind of developer. So a thing that I would like that any browser to do is the ability to […]

Today I tried to use remote debugging with Eclipse and Tomcat. I usually use a Tomcat Sysdeo Plugin to run Tomcat inside Eclipse, but today I faced remote debugging. To run tomcat in remote debugging you can start it with command catalina jpda start But this will start remote debugging using shared memory, and Eclipse, […]



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