ORM is a terrible anti-pattern that violates all principles of object-oriented programming, tearing objects apart and turning them into dumb and passive data bags. There is no excuse for ORM existence in any application, be it a small web app or an enterprise-size system with thousands of tables and CRUD manipulations on them. What is the alternative? SQL-speaking objects.
Here’s a dose of irony for you this fine day: the internet just lost its most prolific source of illegal movies after its founder was nabbed after buying something legally, on iTunes.
Attackers take social engineering to a totally new level
Swelio 1.9 is available for download: onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=B4508367FACE85D1!702
In this release the memory allocation problem is fixed with help from Tim Messiaen. The problem causes errors in 64 bit mode and under debugger. I would recommend to all users to update to this release.
I don’t like to resize the Finder window every time I open the new one. Unfortunately, most of the time the size is too small and I have to change it again and again. Yes, I can go to fullscreen mode, but it’s not always the desired option.
The solution for this problem is simple, but not evident:
- Open a Finder window and set it the size you want
- Close all windows (Command + Options + W and click the close button)
- Hold down the Option key, right-click the Finder icon, and select relaunch
Now, when I open the new Finder window it has always the same size.
To help Saab Defence and Security capture some spectacular footage of its Gripen fighter jet, a Swedish-based company called Blue Sky built a custom gyro-stabilized camera system that can ride along at speeds of over 345 miles per hour.