Archive for the ‘News’ Category

We are hiring!

February 17th, 2011 by Martin

Are you a Flex developer that love UX and cool  application design? Do you love Erlang and want to build something with it? Or are you interested in Linux customisation/tuning or even embedded devices? Yes? So why not work together? Our company is looking for developers that want to work on cutting edge technologies. If you are interested do not hesitate to contact me for more information. ;)


I am back to real world and my blog

February 8th, 2011 by Martin

After a year of inactivity I am back to my blog. Last couple of months I was really busy while working on our company product for a digital signage – AMS. It was a great time with Linux,  Erlang/OTP and Adobe Flex/AIR (well not so much fun with AS3 to be honest ;)). We were presenting our solution on ISEurope at Amsterdam and it was very promising.  So now I will have some more time to my real life, WP and maybe even blogging…

WordPress plugins update

January 4th, 2010 by Martin

After quite long time I manage to save some time for my WordPress. There was a big gab between versions and there were some new releases of WP. So to be short I updated two public plugins:

There are still two public plugins to update and also I am thinking about releasing some private plugins for free.

Happy using :)


Just another smooth upgrade to next Ubuntu release

November 1st, 2009 by Martin

Yep, I upgraded my workstation to Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Linux. Upgrade process was as usually smooth without any troubles.  I again put myself into risk by upgrading over remote connection using VNC. But no problem at all. Just better performance and more polished desktop. Ubuntu just rocks. Thank you guys!


London Stock Exchange Lesson

October 8th, 2009 by Martin

I have to say that I am not surprised by news about London Stock Exchange. It is just an example of enterprise software status these days. It is shame that someone is promoting 100% availability. It is just not possible… 99,8% maybe but definitely not on top of MS SQL 2000. Small quiz: Why companies like Amazon or Google are not using Microsoft technologies? I think it is not a question of money for licenses ;).


Preview of Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 Developer Documentation

July 30th, 2009 by Martin

Microsoft published a preview of SharePoint products and technologies 2010 technical  developer documentation. Archive white papers and SDK documentation. Not much, but interesting.


SUSE Studio 1.0 is out!

July 29th, 2009 by Martin

Novell released SUSE Studio 1.0 – a web tool that allows you to create Linux-based systems and appliances for example for VMWare or XEN. Great tool! Great work Nat.


WordPressUpdater is still under development

June 25th, 2009 by Martin

Recently I wrote about my current spare time project WordPressUpdater. It’s purpose is to help with updating and backuping of multiple WordPress sites. It is still under development, but it will be available soon. At least beta version.

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Microsoft has its head deep in sand!

June 18th, 2009 by Martin

I am long term Windows developer (not only of course). I always tried to be fair and objective when I was talking about Microsoft, Linux, Open Source and such topics…  But today I came about this link. It was classical example of total ignorance that will lead to dead of company in a long terms. Not now, not tomorrow, but will die in a few years from now. I felt really sad while I was reading that lies. I know it is not about technology, it is about business and money ;). Thank you very much, I prefer different world.


Just finished work on a new WordPress website – Bydleni IQ

May 22nd, 2009 by Martin

Bydleni IQ is a fresh Internet magazine related to architecture, living and design. OpenLab Ltd. mission was to create website using existing graphical design by company’s designer. We decided to s WordPress as platform for this unique site, mainly because of speed of development as well as lowering project price for this starting project. Customization was quite a challenge because of complex design and structure. Besides visual customizations, we developed two custom plugins for adds and related content.

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