New EAP

sigh I know I'm being picky and totally impatient - but another weekend
gone and no new EAP announcement...

sigh the anticipation is starting to kill me ;) 186 issues fixed, and
I see both build 814 and 815 mentioned. I guess things have been returned
to the IntelliJ coders to fixed some fixes to go to 815/816 before
unleashing...

What would really be neat, but likely to never happen, is another
forum/group setup with IntelliJ's internal cvs commit logs :) ( read only
group of course ).


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...turn to the light - don't be frightened by the shadows it creates,
...turn to the light - turning away could be a terrible mistake
...dream theater - the great debate


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What would really be neat, but likely to never happen, is another
forum/group setup with IntelliJ's internal cvs commit logs :) ( read
only
group of course ).


Maybe a webcam showing you the IntelliJ boyz and girlz?

Tom

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Maybe a webcam showing you the IntelliJ boyz and girlz?


Only at work of course ;)

Tom

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On Sun, 11 May 2003 10:58:40 +0200, Thomas Singer wrote:

Only at work of course ;)


Aww thats no fun ;)
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...turn to the light - don't be frightened by the shadows it creates,
...turn to the light - turning away could be a terrible mistake
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this reminds me of a brainstorm i had the other day... but nobody liked it:

IT Big Brother.... the TV event of the year. You place 16 greenish geeks in a mantion... give them uncermountable requirements( and lack there of); and eliminate one coder weekly based on the number of Null Pointer Exception they generate!

add:
-unlimited supply of Red Bull
-a mantion stocked with wireless everything
-J2EE-ready appliances in the kitchen

... And then watch as week after week they code their brains out... and only pause to play network games!

Florian

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Heh - I've often suggested that - "Developer Survivor Series", each week
you vote off the coder that didn't do that well.

"I have two points to coder-x cause he never refactors, and continally
writes smelly code, and I vote 1 point to coder-y cause his code comments
are never precise, or clear, he keeps using too much slang" :)

On Mon, 12 May 2003 08:53:48 +0000, Florian Hehlen wrote:

this reminds me of a brainstorm i had the other day... but nobody liked
it:

IT Big Brother.... the TV event of the year. You place 16 greenish geeks
in a mantion... give them uncermountable requirements( and lack there of);
and eliminate one coder weekly based on the number of Null Pointer
Exception they generate!

add:
-unlimited supply of Red Bull
-a mantion stocked with wireless everything -J2EE-ready appliances in the
kitchen

.. And then watch as week after week they code their brains out... and
only pause to play network games!

Florian


--
...turn to the light - don't be frightened by the shadows it creates,
...turn to the light - turning away could be a terrible mistake
...dream theater - the great debate


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"I have two points to coder-x cause he never refactors, and continally
writes smelly code, and I vote 1 point to coder-y cause his code comments
are never precise, or clear, he keeps using too much slang" :)


And three points to coder-z because he's not good enough at Unreal
Tournament !

Guillaume


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On Mon, 12 May 2003 12:39:20 +0200, Guillaume Laforge wrote:

And three points to coder-z because he's not good enough at Unreal
Tournament !


Hell no - 3 points because he IS good at UT - he keeps killing me :)


--
...turn to the light - don't be frightened by the shadows it creates,
...turn to the light - turning away could be a terrible mistake
...dream theater - the great debate


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