Windows Mobile 5.0 Developer Resource Kit

„What’s inside the kit?
Tools and Technologies
Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition (90-day trial)*
Windows Mobile 5.0 SDKs for Pocket PC and Smartphone
ActiveSync 4.1
.NET Compact Framework 2.0
Localized emulator images and other useful developer tools
SQL Server 2005 Mobile Edition
Developer Resources

Links to technical whitepapers and webcasts
WeFly247-50 sample applications
Hands-on labs and videos
Partnering opportunities „

Windows Mobile 5.0 Developer Resource Kit

Windows Mobile 5.0 Developer Resource Kit

Using Ruby on Rails for Web Development on Mac OS X

„The Ruby on Rails web application framework has built up a tremendous head of steam over the last year. Fueled by some significant benefits and an impressive portfolio of real-world applications already in production, Rails is destined to continue making significant inroads in 2006. Simply put, Ruby on Rails is an open source tool that gives you the advantage of rapidly creating great web applications backed by SQL databases to keep up with the speed of the web. And with the release of Rails 1.0 kicking off the new year, there’s never been a better time to climb aboard.
It should come as no surprise that Mac OS X is a favored platform for Rails development. Rails and its supporting cast of web servers and databases thrive on the rich Mac OS X environment. A popular text editor used by many Rails programmers is TextMate, a Cocoa application. And all members of the Rails core development team work with Macs.
This article introduces you to Ruby on Rails by building a trivial web application step by step. Consider it a ride on the express train–an overview of what Rails can do, including a look at features new to Rails 1.0. In the end you’ll be better equipped to consider the advantages of powering your web application with Rails. „

Using Ruby on Rails for Web Development on Mac OS X

Using Ruby on Rails for Web Development on Mac OS X

Vampir-Aufladeger&t saugt Strom aus Kopfh&rerbuchsen – Golem.de

„Viele Flug- und Bahnreisende vermissen seit Jahren schmerzlich Steckdosen an ihren Plätzen, während es oft am Onboard-Unterhaltungsprogramm nicht mangelt. Ein findiges Unternehmen ist nun auf die Idee gekommen, aus den Kopfhörerbuchsen Strom zu saugen und damit kleine Geräte der Unterhaltungselektronik wieder etwas aufzuladen. „

Vampir-Aufladeger&t saugt Strom aus Kopfh&rerbuchsen – Golem.de

Vampir-Aufladeger&t saugt Strom aus Kopfh&rerbuchsen – Golem.de

Hacking Network Printers (Mostly HP JetDirects, but a little info on the Ricoh Savins)

„Hack a printer you say, what kind of toner have you been smoking, Irongeek? Well, I’m here to tell you, there’s more that can be done with a printer to compromise network security than one might realize. In the olden days a printer may not have been much of a concern other than the threat from folks dumpster diving for hard copies of the documents that were printed from it, but many modern printers come network aware with embedded Operating Systems, storage and full IP stacks. This article will attempt to point out some of the more interesting things that can be done with a network based printer to make it reveal information about its users, owners and the network it’s part of. „

Hacking Network Printers (Mostly HP JetDirects, but a little info on the Ricoh Savins)

Hacking Network Printers (Mostly HP JetDirects, but a little info on the Ricoh Savins)