Friday, July 07, 2006

PuguaSoft Projects Go Live

Wow, it's been a long time since I last posted something up here. Well, there's a copule good reason why.

First, my parents came up from Cali to vist me for a while. A couple cousins and relatives also flew from Guam and was in the area for a while. So I've been busy spending time with the family, going out, and traveling. We spent a few days up in Seattle and Vancouver, B.C.. It was great - B.C. is beautiful, and the womem there are even more gorgeous! I have lots of pictures and even some video that I'll try to post up whenever I have some free time (and that will be some time).

The other reason why I've haven't posted in a while is because I've been busy working on a couple projects for PuguaSoft. The first two projects released under PuguaSoft are targeted at other software developers and programmers.

The PuguaSoft Commons Project is a collection of open source Java libraries that are used (and will be used) by other PuguaSoft projects and products. The Commons currently consist of the Net, Security, and Utils packages, each of which contains various functions for their respective fields.

My second project (it's actually the first one, but I split the Commons into a separate project), is the JiraBuddy project. It's a Jira plug-in for the Eclipse IDE. Unlike current Jira plug-ins out there, I'm not trying to replecate the whole Jira application inside Eclipse. Rather, I'm adding a bunch of new, cool, and convenient utilites and functions for developers using both Eclipse and Jira - one of which is the Hover feature. The Hover feature enables developers to add Jira keys/issues in Java code and then, if they place their mouse over the Jira key/issue, the summary of the issue will be displayed in a hover textbox. Cool!

There are a couple more features I'd like to add to the JiraBuddy plug-in, but I could always use more ideas. If there's anything you want added, removed, or improved, just send an email to development@jirabuddy.puguasoft.com

3 comments:

jd. said...

cool, brother!

i admit, though, that i just skimmed through the technical details of your soft pugua...since i don't understand the java-mumbo-jumbo.

btw, a friend and i are writing a screenplay together. i'm also helping her with a book that she wrote. we'll have a web site up soon about it (just a "plain" one)!

are gd and i still gonna be part of puguasoft? i want in! i hope and pray that puguasoft is gonna be da bomb!

esta.

jd. said...

cool, brother!

i admit, though, that i just skimmed through the technical details of your soft pugua...since i don't understand the java-mumbo-jumbo.

btw, a friend and i are writing a screenplay together. i'm also helping her with a book that she wrote. we'll have a web site up soon about it (just a "plain" one)!

are gd and i still gonna be part of puguasoft? i want in! i hope and pray that puguasoft is gonna be da bomb!

esta.

Doogie said...

Hey, sis.

Thanks for the comments. Sure you can be in on PuguaSoft. However, nothing is going on right now (and won't be for quite a while). For the time being, I just plan on working on some small Open Source projects. In the future though, I'll try to get this thing going.

I hope your screenplay and book goes well. If either becomes a movie, I want in!!!