Hug a developer

http://www.develop-one.net/blog/2008/08/27/HugADeveloper.aspx So realistic…

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My contribution to SCORM 2.0 ideas

Following my article on SCORM 2.0 White Paper call, and the kind personal invitation to contribute from Mike Rustici, I decided to go ahead and submit my list of suggestions to the SCORM 2.0 thinking process team just before the…

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Flash 10 Beta 2 for Linux will support V4L2

Wow… this is great news for us. Mike Melanson, the developer of the Linux version of the Flash plugin, just announced on his blog that Flash plugin 10 beta 2 will start supporting V4L2! For Dokeos, this means that we…

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E-learning solutions comparative study

There’s a nice comparative study (if I get it right, it’s based on analysis a few months back) between e-learning solutions here. The nice thing is it offers a cute chart of 4 axis of analysis, by an external company,…

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Canonical, Microsoft and Apple

Just wanted to highlight a post I randomly found and that is interesting and is from the blog of someone (I don’t know whom exactly) obviously close to Ubuntu (the blog is full of articles and links to Ubuntu). http://jonreagan.wordpress.com/2008/07/26/canonical-microsoft-and-apple/…

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Legacy Moodle-Blackboard comparison

Although not very reliable per se, the following article, written in 2006, has an interesting set of comments (part by me) about statistics about Moodle, Blackboard/WebCT and Sakai, and Dokeos of course. http://zacker.org/higher-ed-lms-market-penetration-moodle-vs-blackboard-vs-sakai

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Surprisingly good position in Dokeos-Moodle-ILIAS comparison

I was playing around a little bit with a code metrics tool on the Ohloh website and, although I’m sure there’s some kind of arguable element there as some included libraries add a lot of “noise” in code contributions, I…

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Dokeos in Peru

In case it would be of any interest to you, I am currently developing a kind of “branch” of Dokeos (although nothing legally-binding about the branch stuff) in Latin America, and more specifically in Peru. Peru is still what I…

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Dokeos single database – don’t let yourself get tricked

I wanted to write this post for two reasons: to remind everybody that we (the Dokeos company) continue to vaguely support this mode because we understand it is still more practical when installing it on a free/cheap hosting server to…

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Video activity report for Dokeos

There’s some new stuff on the net in terms of code analysis. If you already knew about the CIA project and the Ohloh.net website, and you liked it, you might get a good interest in code_swarm, a java tool that…

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