Month: November 2009

Strict parameter validation

One of the big new features in Maps 0.5 will be strict parameter validation. This means Maps will allow you to get specific errors or warnings when entering invalid values or parameters. The setting determining the strictness of… Read More

Maps screencast

Yesterday I made my first screencast ever. [ Check it out! ] It explains how you can display a map using the Maps extension for MediaWiki, how you can customize it, and how to interact with it. I’ve… Read More

A first look at VS 2010 and .Net FW 4

Two days I go I got the beta 2 of Visual Studio 2010, which is scheduled to be released in the first half of next year. With it, came .Net Framework 4 beta 2. I’ve taken a good… Read More

Maps and Semantic Maps 0.4.2 released

Yesterday I released version 0.4.2 of both Maps and Semantic Maps. Apart from the version number, this release includes some interesting changes. As resided in my previous post, Maps now supports Google Maps overlays. Another change in it’s… Read More

New in Maps 0.4.2

The last 2 days I’ve been fixing a whole bunch of issues in Maps and Semantic Maps that surfaced since 0.4.x. I’ve also taken some time to implement a new, and IMO pretty awesome, feature for Google Maps…. Read More

Maps and Semantic Maps 0.4.1 released

I’ve just released Maps and Semantic Maps 0.4.1. These new versions mainly increase the stability of both extensions and address a few minor, but very annoying bugs. The only new feature is that the centre parameter for the… Read More

Semantic MediaWiki Camp 2009

Last weekend I attended Semantic MediaWiki Camp (SMWC) 2009 in Karlsruhe, Germany. Both days of the event contained very interesting presentations about SMW and various related extensions. The most exciting aspect of the event for me was perhaps… Read More

from python import Modules, Classes, Namespaces

Last few days I had some time (while sitting on the train) to have a good look at the second part of the Python docs tutorial. I’ve now got a good understanding of everything up to classes, and… Read More

Audiosurf: Breaking Benjamin – Dear Agony

I’ve stealthed all songs of Breaking Benjamins new album Dear Agony on Audiosurf. All runs are done with the Ninja Mono character, and options as-bankcam and as-steep enabled. Have fun watching 🙂

Print(“Hai world”)

Today I made quite some progress learning the basics of Python. After doing a traditional “O hai earf”, I went over the different core data types, control flow and data structures. Next in line are modules, I/O, exceptions… Read More