Random Thoughtfulness

Categories: "FARR" or "AMPL" or "TimeZone"

ContactFX :: Field Linking

  30/09/10 01:16, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, VB.Net, FARR, ContactFX
One of the main (if not neat) features that's driven ContactFX is the ability to enter data once and be able to link to it from other records: thus saving time when making changes. There will be two methods of linking or rehashing contact data: F… more »

TimeZone Updated to 1.4.1

  28/07/10 22:04, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, FARR, TimeZone
This is a small fix for the bugs that I unfortunately introduced in 1.4.0. There had been some discussion over at DonationCoder.com, but it's taken me a little while to get to it. I'm hoping that 1.4.1 fixes both the recent bugs: it seems to on my… more »

FarrCfx Starts to Take Shape

  27/07/10 22:51, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, VB.Net, FARR, ContactFX , Tags: address book, contact, farr, nany
I've had a bit of a break from the main ContactFX application to get my head around Vitaly's FARR C# Plugin SDK, which has meant navigating around a new language: It's been fun (once the penny dropped with the SDK). FARR will be providing Desktop inte… more »

Cfx : The Basic Process

  23/05/10 15:31, by scribbly, Categories: Development, Software, VB.Net, FARR, ContactFX , Tags: address book, contact, donationcoder, nany
The basic requirement for Cfx is to be an address book, but there are huge numbers of address books already available, ranging from on-line applications or modules to on-line applications to desktop software and phone software, etc, etc. For a long ti… more »

Cfx: My NANY 2011 Pledge

  20/05/10 01:46, by scribbly, Categories: Development, VB.Net, FARR, ContactFX , Tags: donationcoder, nany
I'm taking the plunge this year with NANY and have pledged to release a new application on January 1 2011. After a few years of helping out behind the scenes a change to the timing of the event this year has allowed me to consider pledging an entry (a… more »
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Scribbly is derived from the common name of one of the 10 Eucalypts that have insect trails (scribbles) in the bark. Eucalyptus haemastoma is a dominant species where I live and is commonly known as "Scribbly Gum".

The scribbles on the bark of these magnificent trees often reminded me of the journey of many of my projects: somewhat random, but beautiful in the end.


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