Monthly Archives: October 2007

Monitoring message flow performance with IS02

My DeveloperWorks article on Monitoring message flow performance with the WebSphere Message Broker Explorer Accounting and Statistics facility has finally been published! The new WebSphere Message Broker Accounting and Statistics facility can help you monitor message flow performance and resource … Continue reading

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GIMP 2.4 – third release candidate

Third Release Candidate for GIMP (The GNU Image Manipulation Program) 2.4 announced There are some cool new toys in this release – Once I get familiar with them I will show some off. Grab a copy and try it out! … Continue reading

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How long will your iPod last?

According to The iPod Death Clock – iPodMechanic.com, my brand new iPod has another 2 years left. Doubtful as my old one lasted about 5 years before the disk failed, and it would still run for around 8 hours before … Continue reading

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Stupid names?

With the names I have seen being disputed in the paper, surely this isn’t that far off…

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IBM SOA 6.1 range announced

I had meant all along to blog a little about work, so to reiterate a post from SOA Tips ā€˜nā€™ Tricks, the Websphere SOA 6.1 range has been announced by IBM: Websphere Message Broker, WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, WebSphere Process … Continue reading

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Short Break

I am off for two weeks, and doubt I will find time to blog, but when I get back I will be reviewing the new Panasonic DMC-FX33 and Canon EOS 40D.

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