Thursday, May 27, 2004

Exception handling in Java No, this isn't yet another rant on checked vs non-checked exceptions. It's just a link to an excellent article on exception handling by Heinz Kabutz. Heinz drew me into reading the article with the very first sentence (which I completely agree with): In my experience, all Java projects contain poorly written exception handling code. He then shows how exception handling... (176 words, 3 Comments)

Tuesday, May 25, 2004

I'm published! (kind-of...) After having had it on my Amazon wish list for about a year, I finally picked up my copy of Chris Sells' "Windows Forms Programming in C#". Being a server-side Java developer by day, I've put off getting this book for quite a while, despite the excellent reviews it got everywhere. Then when a few weeks ago I got stuck... (175 words, 5 Comments)

Thursday, May 13, 2004

Interview with me It's been a while since my last post here, so for all of you suffering from withdrawal, you can get your fix at The RSS Weblog, where Harold Check just published an interview with me about syndication in general and SharpReader in particular. This is the first post in a series of interviews he conducted with aggregator authors. I thought... (78 words)