I was recently tasked to connect to RabbitMQ via powershell, I am not a fan of microsoft technologies but I do enjoy being employed so I approached the task with vigor and enthusiasm. The interesting part is that RabbitMQ has an API for .NET but not powershell. Additionally since powershell is case-insensative, it doesn’t support importing non-CLS (common language specification) compliant libraries.
This will make for an interesting project, I will post more as I encounter it.
I recently reformatted my laptop (older macbook pro), thinking that it wouldn’t be such a big deal to set things up again. Well, apparently, I didn’t believe myself because I put off setting it up for 2 weeks!
It really wasn’t so bad.
Here is a quick overview for Mac OSX 10.6.7:
- download the java JDK (I used soylatte)
- install Android SDK for mac
- open eclipse and install the ADT plugin
- tell eclipse about the location of the JDK and SDK