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7 Ιανουαρίου 29, 2002

Posted by Lida in Uncategorized.
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Dave Winer had this test page on his Scripting News Update e-mail today. Ok, Accents and Umlauts work. What about non-latin characters. I still can’t figure out how to make Radio render pages with Greek characters correctly. Obviously there are not many bloggers around from countries that don’t use the Latin alphabet. If they were, someone would have written some sort of guide on how to configure Radio to solve this annoying problem.

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6 Ιανουαρίου 29, 2002

Posted by Lida in Java Stuff.
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Apache SOAP, also known as Axis (they always use interesting names, don’t they), it’s still Alpha so don’t get exited. Some interesting stuff here about Form Processing API , a bit about AI. This one is about XSLT, not very resent but someone may find it useful.

5 Ιανουαρίου 26, 2002

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Kathimerini English Edition:» According to statistics from the European Information Technology Observatory, the Greek telecommunications market was worth 5 billion euros last year, accounting for slightly more than 4 percent of national output. The value of the sector was on par with Austria and Portugal but lagged behind the UK and Germany.» While Greek the telecoms sector is expanding at a frantic pace, the Internet is dragging its feet. Something must be done about this NOW!!!!!!!

4 Ιανουαρίου 26, 2002

Posted by Lida in Uncategorized.
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From this Monday onward there will be serious amounts of work for me at the office. So from now on I will update my Radio site only from my home PC. I’m thinking of buying a license for Radio.Oops!I’m getting addicted to blogging :).

3 Ιανουαρίου 25, 2002

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It might be a good idea to have something really interesting on this site for a change. So it is my great pleasure to present to you TinyScheme. This is a Scheme interpreter that a colleague of mine has developed. You can download and use it if you are interested in that sort of thing. Any bug reports are welcomed

1 Ιανουαρίου 25, 2002

Posted by Lida in Uncategorized.
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Does anybody have a rough estimate of how many companies worldwide (or at least in the Europe and US) use SOAP and (or) XML-RPC? There is a lot of hype around these technologies but so far I can’t find any information on how widespread they really are. The company I’m currently working is beginning to experiment with both and it would be interesting to know what’s going on. So far there must be 5-6 in Greece working with SOAP and XML-RPC (this is a rather optimistic guess).