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Migrating from CakePHP 1.3 to 2.0

I love CakePHP. It’s a PHP framework with a clear and strict Model / View / Controller (MVC) separation and a great abstraction layer for reading, updating and saving objects to the database. Recently, the CakePHP team released CakePHP 2.0, and I started updating my projects to this new version. …

Moved to WordPress

In order to have more control over the appearance and functionality of my blog, and to merge it with my existing website, I moved all posts which were on forceflow.blogspot.com to my own WP installation. Some images may be missing, I’m trying to resolve that ASAP.

Busy

So, the new academic year has started. I’m following a Master in Computer Sciences now, option Human-Machine interaction. I’ve got a bunch of interesting new courses (Computer Graphics, Distributed Systems, Compiler Construction, …), but the workload is getting pretty heavy. I’m also organising events for the improvisational theater group I’m …

PmWiki

One of my activities these months is setting up a community-oriented wiki for the improvisational theater group Preparee (which I’ll be captaining next academic year. Oh, the suspense !). I went for the PmWiki distribution, developed by Patrick Michaud. Since quite a lot of customization went into converting the base …

Autoviewer XML Generator

For my webdesign activities, I sometimes use the great Autoviewer, which is a handy flash application to quickly display images in a slideshow fashion. Recently, I implemented this in a small website for a company. They were going to add photo’s every day, and don’t know how to edit XML …