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New project - Anna-Craft is now live.
I am FREE (as in freedom, not beer!) now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Majestic 12 will soon be born....
I had a great honour to be the last member of the original Jungle.com's development
team who walked out of the door of the company that was so well known in 2000. As
I left the building I have taken out battery from Jungle branded clock to signify
the moment when Jungle's time has stopped.... photo 1 and photo 2.
Exactly 3 years ago I started my new job at Jungle.com (back then a leading
UK ecommerce website). It is now time to turn the page and reflect on what I have gained
during the course of these very tough character-building years:
Overall I am very pleased and would have done it again, despite bitter disappointments at
certain unnecessary decisions that I had no control over (no, its not .com crash).
- A fair bit of money
- A lot of experience
- A few, but very good friends
Alas my job prevented me from working on my site, which is in many respects the same
as it was in 1996. Some links are broken, and some info is outdated. English
is very bad all around the site, please forgive me :'o(
I intend to do a big overhaul in the next few weeks.
The dream is now over... long live the dream!
After 3 years of cryo-sleep I am back. There will be no mercy.
I now have a webcam!!!.
I was really bored this weekend, bored enough to analyse dotcom drop outs based on publicly available
data from fuckedcompany.com. Check out quick results and data files here.
David - our excellent Sybase DBA was leaving the company, and to celebrate that we had a few glasses
of champaign and made this group photo.
JUNGLE.COM's Development Team's photo
My article - Two ways to attack Internet based applications written in Java (The DoBeDo case study).
Fury for NT v1.1.2 released with full source under GPL.This POP3/SMTP server written completely in Perl mightwell repalce expensive and bloated Microsoft Exchange server.