This week we released my first piece of open source software, known as Deluge. It uses the new features found in XSLT 3 to process huge data files and streaming web sites. It’s both a CLI and API and is written with Java; it includes both the binary (a JAR file for Java 7) and the source (a NetBeans 8 project). My friend, Roger Costello, released the software on his site, xfront.com, along with a tutorial that he wrote on XML streaming. Take a look!
Vainglory on iOS is currently my favorite video game. I tend to play support characters, and in this video I play a crystal Adagio, with the plan of keeping my friends alive. This allows them to focus on damaging the other team. Did it work? Find out:
Today we finally began building a chicken coop for the chickens that Emmy wants to buy. She and I had sketched out a few plans, and Dad came down for the weekend to help out.
We began with the base of the frame.
So what do you think? Is it beginning to look like a trofast?