Archive for the ‘Programming’ Category
I like crash-courses, especially when I’m fresh. So, I’ve been looking over this OOP mini-tutorial this morning, and I believe it’s worth sharing and reading, if you are a beginner, or even a programmer who wants a quick fresh-up.
I’ve been using SVN in the command line for a while now, in multiple OS’s. But usually, for major coding projects, I prefer something lighter, more integrated… basically a plug-in for an IDE or a simple GUI-based SVN client. So recently I go to look over the available SVN clients that also offer a GUI in MacOS… and there are actually a couple of them!
So, I like to keep it short. Commercial SVN clients for Mac: Cornerstone, Versions, SmartSVN. Freeware alternative: svnX. Based on the tests I’ve done up until now with the demo versions and freeware, I’d have to say that Cornerstone and SmartSVN seem to be worth their money. While Versions works nicely and has a very appealing design, I simply can’t work with it the way I’d expect to. As for svnX, it’s quite simple and lite, which isn’t bad, but there still are some issues with it—I managed to freeze it up multiple times.
Here are also some sorting animations. Intuitive, ei?
Here are a couple of them.
My favorite is BF that I have even played around with and coded in. Pure awesomeness 😉
Ok, make a coffee, sit down, start this video and play around with it.