I’m sure we are all aware of the Apache webserver’s dominance. But Apache is just not httpd, it is a vibrant community of software projects. Well, I think we can just let this graph speak for itself:
Monthly Archives: April 2005
For all of Java’s authentication/security API’s, there is actually no way of verifying a user’s password with the underlying operating system. We wanted to support this kind of authentication in FishEye, so I sat down one weekend and cooked up in C some win32 and Unix code to verify usernames/passwords, added a dash of JNI and then topped it all nicely with a simple Java interface.
First Post by Brendan. Very astute use of diagrams, with a self-referential half-twist pike. Score: 9.1 (level of difficulty: 8.5).
As I hinted at the other day, we have been secretly working on some killer products, and we are now ready to release them.
If you are into XP, then you really need to be into XP… if you know what I mean. That is why I’m so excited about our new PairOn product. Love the one you’re with baby, love the one you’re with.
But of all our new product line-up, it is The Commentator that I love. If only we had this tool while creating The Commentator, we could have saved so much time!