Developing for mobile devices can raise some interesting constraints around mobile devices being unable to access a debugging/test service for some reason. Some examples of what I am talking about would include:…
Having a mobile device access a guest virtual machine that is inaccessible since it is behind a NAT on its server.
Being able to access a ASP.NET application that is running in Visual Studio’s development server.
Fortunately there’s a very nice utility called rinetd that boutell created that you can use to get around these issues. You can get started with rinetd on OSX, Windows and Linux by visiting boutell’s page about rinetd or downloading the source from my mirror… Continue reading →
While working at RocketBoots, I have worked with Mac Fan Boys, Windows Gurus and Linux Geeks. Its interesting to see how religious people can get for their operating system. In fact, its been a very fascinating lunch time discussion topic for many months now. I am sure everyone has been in such a discussion before.
If you think of it, aren’t they all evil? Today I stumbled across this excellent Penguin, Two-face and Mr Freeze wallpaper that gives a whole new perspective to this dilemma…
Kudos to Flickr user Lishoffs for posting the image to Flickr!