Hey all.

 

Nothing new for this month so apart from reminding you that if you want to make a quick 30$ all you have to do is to drop us an good unique article (you can get more information on our Make Money Writing Articles Page). I will move on to the stats.

 

Here are March’s Stats:


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Hey all

 

Nothing interesting happened this month, Except the fact that we are very busy and have almost no time to write. We are hoping to change that.

 

We remind you that if you want to make a quick 30$ all you have to do is to drop us an good article, you can get more information on our Make Money Writing Articles Page

 

Here are Januarys Stats:


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Hey all

 

One year has passed!!! And we are still here!!! We started back there in January 13th with 6 visits and went on to have over 1000 visits daily, From 0 RSS readers to around 900 From 0 posts to close to 200, from 0 comments to over 1800.

 

Indeed it was a great year, and we are looking forward to the next one!

 

Thanks to everyone who read, commented, and participated.

 

Here are the stats for 2008:


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Happy Birthday!!!!!

 

Today is our one year anniversary! Yes! Dev102 is one year old! Thanks everyone for reading and commenting!

 

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Another month is over and once again we received some massive traffic from stumble upon. I have decided to change the structure of the stats as the old one was a bit boring in my opinion so from now on I will present the stats a little bit different than usual.   Guest Posting This […]


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In the last article we installed and configured the Subversion server using Visual SVN.

Today I am going to show you how to interact with the server from the client side.

What you will need to download the Tortoise SVN client application.

Download and install and after a restart (bummer) we are ready to start working!

The Tortoise SVN adds its functionality in the Windows Explorer Context Menu.

Tortoise SVN


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Blog Stats Hey all

September is over and here we are again!

 

Dev102.com 1st Anniversary

Soon we will have our 1st anniversary! Yes , we are 1 year old! Dev102.com was launched on December 7th, we are still thinking about how to celebrate it, if anyone of you thinks of something we are listening.

 

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We have just set up a Twitter account and we would love it if you followed us! So come on,

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Although Dev102 is a blog about software tips, web and technology reviews, I want to introduce you something which is a little bit out of context. Most people, know and use Microsoft Outlook as their email application and are spending too much time searching for conversations, attachments, and other important information in their inbox. A company names Xobni introduce us a free Outlook plugin which offers a new way to organize and search the Outlook email.

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After I published a post about SDEdit which is a free desktop sequence diagram editor, I received a mail from Steve Hanov who wanted to introduce me with a very impressive alternative to SDEdit. Steve has created a web service that creates renditions of sequence diagrams, it is completely online and does not require a download. Well, after reviewing this tool, I decided to let Dev102 readers know about it too, it is really great.

Like SDEdit, the UML sequence diagrams are created from a textual syntax and not by drawing objects and lines. Lets take a look at the following example:

Alice->Bob: Authentication Request
note right of Bob: Bob thinks about it.
Bob-->Alice: Authentication Response

You can notice that the syntax is easy and if you ask from the tool to draw it, this is what you get:


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Blog Stats Hi

August is over and so is my great vacation. The number of posts should pick up in the following weeks. Other than that, no exciting news to deliver.

 

Guest Posting

We would like to remind you that if you want to earn quick 30$ just drop a good post in our mailbox and that’s it! We will gladly discuss articles topics in advance, read more about it on our Make Money Writing Articles Page We would also like to help all you guys who are developing free tools by giving you the option to write guest post about it here on Dev102. So If you have a FREE tool you are working on, and you would like to give it some publicity, come and talk to us.

 


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