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Programming

Lets start with a small quiz: Can you find 3 differences in the pictures below? Yeah, you got it. That was an easy one. :) Surprisingly, implementing preview for extra asset types has been relatively simple as well. When coming up with the architecture of DAM, the Magnolia team chose to not generate previews and thumbnails of assets directly in the module, but rather delegate this functionality...
on Dec 31, 2013
Atlassian has made some seriously great products, for example the project tracker JIRA. We recently upgraded our rather archaic version of JIRA at Magnolia to the latest and greatest offering. Everyone in the team found something in this upgrade. Some of us were desperate to use GreenHopper, others were looking forward to a better LDAP integration, and my personal favourite was the new REST API...
on Feb 20, 2013

Blogging

You know how nowadays everyone loves to tweet at conferences or presentations in middle of the talk? Sometimes you as a presenter might want to return the favor and tweet something in response. If you know upfront that what you are going to present will provoke a response from audience, you can now actually put the tweets in your presenter notes and have Keynote or PowerPoint to tweet on the...
on Nov 15, 2011

Tools

The other day I was looking for some software to create mind maps and friend suggested I look at XMind. I was very pleasantly surprised. Not only is this application good looking and written in java (running standalone or as plugin from Eclipse). It is also designed and developed with usability in mind. If you are used to touch typing and don't need to look at the keyboard while typing, this is a...
on Nov 26, 2008
Few months ago drive in my notebook stopped working and I lost some data which I was very sorry about. That's when I started to look into some backup solution. Then recently I found this little (physical size wise) disk - WD MyBook World Edition 2TB. Since memory of having lost my data is still fresh in my mind I configured this drive to run in RAID-1 mode even though it meant reducing size to...
on Apr 16, 2008