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After receiving several emails over the past few months, inquiring about Script Connector, CastleKart and where I stand with all of that, I felt some sort of official comment should be posted to put an end to any questions concerning all of that once and for all.
Sometimes things in life just do not work out as you’d like, or hope for. As many know, Sam and I worked closely for many years, working on various projects under the ScriptConnector brand name. As of the beginning of this year, our business and personal relationship has come to an amicable ending with each of us choosing to move in different directions. I have restructured the codebase of the framework to my own needs, inspired by the setup system I developed for it last year.
Sam is the sole owner of the Script Connector brand name and therefore my old contact addresses are no longer valid. Please view my contact page for the most recent contact information.
The CastleKart project was fun while it lasted, but I wanted to clarify that the project has been terminated, since we have ceased working on that project for some time now. I am sure there are many other open source ecommerce solutions available to fill that void.
portalZINE on the other hand, has been coming alive again, allowing me to rethink my goals and move forward again. 2008 promises to be an exciting year for me, with a lot of new ideas just waiting to get out. I have an internal roadmap for many things coming, but currently existing and new customers come first.
I have been in touch with many current open source projects and already started contributing to those communities again as time permits. So it’s back to work for me, and I hope this clears up any outstanding questions concerning Script Connector, CastleKart and MagicX.
If not, please feel free to contact me from my contact page.
After waiting long enough for a jabber class to surface / resurface for Realbasic, I decided to get my own hands wet. Only took me a couple of hours to add the basic set of functionality from the RFC.The class currently provides simple access to
Once those above are stable, I will move to the more advanced features. Really wonder why I have not done this before :), but it sure is a nice way to clear my head a bit and dive more into the xml / socket capabilities of Realbasic.
This is a simple PHP wrapper for the newly released Public API of Pownce.
As soon as new options are made available, I will be extending the class accordingly. Hope they will add the posting option soon ;)
When it comes to my development environment I have always been really picky. I need a clean and structured interface, not to cluttered, but still adjustable to my needs. I have tested countless IDE solutions in the past, but always seem to come back to Komodo from ActiveState.
I have been busy the past weeks getting all of my work organized. Again a lot of things happening at the same time. Must be my karma :)
I was at a media event 2 weeks ago and made some nice contacts, also met the guys I have been working with for some months now. Was fun mingling a bit and talking to other developers as well, had enough cave time (office only) the past months :)
I am also preparing the opening of a new website in the coming weeks, not sure if I will actually open it in October or wait till November. I guess that will depend on the workload in the coming weeks :) Will be a fun new project, that will force some of my current ideas out into the open. Similiar how portalZINE started of some years ago.
Was a really tough transition the past months, moving from underground development back into active project development, while figuring out how to align things for the future. Not really there yet. Being an entrepreneur has its downsides, especially with a demanding family :)
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