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Web Development Helper

Posted by dariosantarelli on June 23, 2008


Web Development Helper is a free browser extension for Internet Explorer that provides a set of tools and utilities for the Web developer, esp. Ajax and ASP.NET developers. The tool provides features such as a DOM inspector, an HTTP tracing tool, and script diagnostics and immediate window. Web Development Helper works against IE6+, and requires the .NET Framework 2.0 or greater to be installed on the machine.

Very cool 😉

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Easyfrom Database Convert

Posted by dariosantarelli on June 22, 2008


If you are migrating your database across different platforms or applications, then you know that it can not be done by simple copy-and-paste operations. To forget about difficulties associated with database conversion, you should try ESF Database Convert. This wizard-based tool addresses almost any database conversion need. Advanced converting mechanisms of the tool provide smooth conversion directly from/to any of the following database formats: Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Visual Foxpro, FireBird, InterBase, Access, Excel, Paradox, Lotus, dBase, Text and others(e.g.: Access to Oracle, Oracle to SQL Server, SQL Server to MySQL, MySQL to PostgreSQL…). Also you can convert any format of a database with ODBC DSN.
ESF Database Convert includes the support of table CLOB/BLOB, Primary/Foreign Keys, Indexes, Auto-ID and maps table and field names/types in converting. It provides all the required conversion options, taking into account the peculiarities of both input and output database formats. You can convert data exactly the way you want it.
The tool comes with the batch conversion mode that can enhance productivity by speeding up the entire conversion process. Our users regularly convert multi-million records databases using our software.

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Programming languages history

Posted by dariosantarelli on June 22, 2008


Here you can find an interesting diagram of programming languages history. Years go by, but surprisely you can see how apparently incompatible paths (OO and functional programming) are slowly fusing in time.  For about 50 years, computer programmers have been writing code. New technologies continue to emerge, develop, and mature. Now there are more than 2,500 documented programming languages!

Here a preview 😉

diagram

Moreover, O’Reilly has produced a poster called History of Programming Languages  which plots over 50 programming languages on a multi-layered, color-coded timeline.

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