GWT 2.3 was released on May 2, 2011 a few days before Google I/O — May 10. Without doubt there would be some talk about news in GWT. I am curious if GWT RPC XSRF protection is really securing rpc connections. I will try it out.
I participate a few important projects for my company and see there is just mess in my versions and code while working with subversion that is why I am looking for something better — DISTRIBUTED VERSION CONTROL. I’ve already installed EGIT for my eclipse. (I’ve been on a meeting with one developer of it Darius Luksza — nice tool btw) and it impressed me. As I work more with netbeans I found there in options a panel for mercurial. I know that people in are using it. As they are impressing iPhone, Android developers having lights with their jenkings/hudson status projects in office I believe they know what are doing and they became some kind of gurus to me. So I will follow them too. Here are two fine tuts with getting started with mercurial. Using Mercurial to work with NetBeans Sources in the IDE, and Mercurial User Guide. Except anything else I hope this will make my work more comfortable and will bring some order in the code.