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Mind can now learn new verbs and data types.
Now, you can configure it to ask you those expressions theWebMind does not understand, allowing you, then, to teach it how to deal from now on with that.
For example, if you use:
Student attempts classes.
Mind will not recognise any verb on it and will ask it for you. Then you can tell it that here, “attempts” is the verb. From now on, any time anyone use this same verb, Mind will know how to deal with it.
The same is going to happen when you use unknown data types as the following:
teacher has salary:bucks(5.2).
Mind doesn’t know bucks, then when it asks you for that, you can tell it that it is related to the REAL type. Now, Mind knows how to treat it ;)

TheWebMind no Flisol 2010

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O Flisol é um evento que ocorre simultâneamente em diversos lugares da América Latina, e este ano estaremos presentes no evento, palestrando sobre o Mind em Caxias do Sul, as 11 da manhã.
O nome da palestra será “Desenvolvimento rápido ao extremo com theWebMind”.
Confira maiores detalhes no site oficial do evento:

I’m quite proud to talk about these new marks and goals.
We’ve also had many feedback, which has helped a lot.

A little secret. I’m working hard to provide a new version with some new features and with a real better engine for the Function Search.

I’m pretty happy to say the PHPDevBar, or PHP Developer Toolbar, has reached the mark of 5 thousands downloads.
It’s increased its amount of daily downloads since it’s become public, thanks to mozilla guys.

More info at mozilla’a addons page

PHPDevBar 2.0.1 released

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This last week we released the latest version of PHPDevBar.
Better, Mozilla has approved it and now it opened to be downloaded at mozilla’s website.

We hope we will have many comments and feedback about it. Ideas are also very welcome.