I’ve made a start on a Rally mode for Emacs. Creatively called “rally-mode”.
As of now, it only shows your tasks for the current sprint. I hope to figure out how to add to MELPA/Marmalade, and maybe extend the features a bit.
In the meantime, you can grab it here:
I finally found some time to update CheckFox for Firefox 4 (4.0.*). In the process, I’ve already put the project on GitHub:
I’ve been doing some work with Grails, and I am constantly amazed by how much power it has. I’ve not been doing much web development in recent years. It’s nice to see so many things that were just so painful in the past to be much improved. Although now the bar of expectation for features is much higher, so it’s no longer mostly putting a happy face on CRUD operations. 🙂
I finally got around to updating my Google Dual Index Greasemonkey script so that it works again. To get a quick idea of what this Greasemonkey script does, see the page I’ve made for Google Dual Index.
Moving the technical blog over to WordPress.