Monthly Archives: March 2013

Cruel Java

Heaps of praise are not what one will find being thrown at any portion of the Java programming language lately. See for instance these recent articles: What Is Java, Is It Insecure, and Should I Use It? [Lifehacker] Thanks, Oracle: New Java malware protection undone by old-school attack [Ars Technica] Google search hijack may be […]

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HelloWorld.XML + XSLT + SAXON XSLT Processor = HelloWorld.HTML

I have logged a lot of hours this semester trying to learn some things that make the concepts we’ve been discussing in our Digital Humanities classes somewhat practical. Save for the few computer science people peppered in the MALS roster, I have little doubt these steps seem dubious to the bulk of the class. Last […]

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