Day: June 23, 2003

  • WWDC

    Lots of happenings at WWDC today.

  • Tomcat 5.3.0 Alpha: Wait

    Matt Raible notes the release of Tomcat 5.3.0 Alpha, with the following cautionary note:

    I’ve found that this release is not worth your time. It’s even worse than 5.0.2.

    Well if Matt “bleeding edge” Raible doesn’t like it, it’s definately not worth your time.

  • Happy 20th Birthday, DNS!

    Sify News:

    Exactly 20 years ago, two computer scientists Jon Postel and Paul Mockapetris at the University of Southern California invented a key component that was to become the backbone of the Internet. Reading this article has been made possible mainly due to their pioneering work.

    The development of the automated domain name system, or DNS as it is popularly known, was the turning point which allowed computers to locate each other on the network and exchange information on their own.

  • WWDC Keynote

    Keep an eye on the WWDC Quicktime Keynote Stream page later this afternoon.