Now, I realize Palm OS 4 software can be run on Palm OS 5, but I'm looking to use some of the "newer" APIs. Also, I have the Wi-fi add-on card so I wanted to create something that uses it. I thought what I needed was PODS (Palm OS Development Suite) but not only I can't find it anywhere but also it seems it was deprecated during Palm OS's lifetime. It really doesn't help the fact that I'm a beginner, but I really want to give this platform some life.
Any general tip, book, working link or even anecdotes related to all this will be greatly appreciated."
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I looked at the DataNitro website and the tool looks interesting. Thanks for mentioning this.
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Sorry about that.
I think you meant Talend, right?
I have used the ETL functions of both Pentaho and Talend, as well as Informatica (and MS SSIS a smidgen). Right now, I am using Talend Open Studio for several production integration worfklows. It works well. The only issue I have with it is that you need to know some Java syntax, at least, to create calculations and expressions. Since I am not very fluent in Java, that makes Talend a little tougher for me to use.
The BIRT suite has always sounded impressive. If I become better skilled at Java in the future, I will certainly check it out.
I have never used Jaspersoft, so I cannot comment on it.
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Another option for retro-gaming hardware is Andre LaMothe's XGameStation line of DIY kits.
Looks like they now have a "Chameleon" line of kits, in both 8- and 16-bit flavors, which are similar to Arduino or BASIC Stamp systems.
I have not personally used these, but they appear to be pretty cool.
These have been available on the VH1 Classic site for quite some time now, I believe.
Since MTV and VH1/VH1 Classic share the same corporate parent, maybe they've just now added the VH1 Classic video content to MTV's site.
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Oh, I'll one-up-you on the Troll...at least it's not the New York Times; there's a chance that this story is not made up fiction.