Foi domingo agora, dia 30 de agosto.
Percurso de 10K pela USP, bastante interessante e bem parecida com a Reebok 10K.
Uma subida igual (de matar) e outra mais amena... mas foi tudo bem.
Tempo total: 1h 10min.
Há um mês
JRuby, IronRuby. Ruby on the JVM. 'nuff said. Ditto for IronRuby on to CLR. All the linguistic power (and flaws) of Ruby, on top of the JVM/CLR, which now means it's a far easier sell to the IT boys who run the datacenter.Neste mesmo artigo comenta que as linguagens dinâmicas são over-hyped, e que não é sensato pensar que esta ou aquela linguagem dominarão o mundo. Traduzindo em miúdos... Cada macaco no seu Galho.
Groovy. "Ruby meets Java in a bar and has a love child." Groovy's syntax is easy and based on Java, and that's both a good and a bad thing. Good if you're a Java programmer who doesn't want to have to reach very far to get some dynamic goodness; bad if you're trying to avoid some of the stranger or syntactically inconsistent aspects of the Java language, or looking to do some entirely new ways of doing things. Personally, I don't find Groovy all that intellectually stimulating, which is both a blessing and a curse.
Ruby. "Smalltalk meets Perl in a bar and has a love child." I like parts of the Ruby syntax, but there's too many Perl-isms in there for my taste. The fact that Ruby runs on top of its own interpreter (which is neither monitorable nor manageable using IT-datacenter-established tools) is a significant drawback. RoR may be great for vertical silo apps that don't need to integrate with the rest of the datacenter, but that's a pretty scary place to put yourself.
sudo /etc/init.d/mysql stop's
sudo mysqld --skip-grant-tables &
mysql -u root mysql
UPDATE user SET Password=PASSWORD('YOURNEWPASSWORD') \
WHERE User='root'; FLUSH PRIVILEGES; exit;