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When I was first introduced to workplace Java the amount of ways one could define a project appeared to be restrictive, confusing and a point of frequent friction. While those things may all be true, it’s a great deal better … Continue reading
Recently we’d played with table partitioning and because of the limitations of it and some decisions we’d made a very long time ago we ended up spending a couple of days tracking down hotspots. In the process I picked up … Continue reading
Not wanting to ditch your already built well working ant scripts for the plugin-centric view of Maven, especially if your project structure doesn’t line up quite right with Maven’s point of view? Enter Apache Ivy which like Maven can automatically … Continue reading
Hibernate unlike NHibernate comes with a variety of connection pooling options. The three primary ones of which I’m aware are Proxool, Apache DBCP, and c3p0 . I myself have only so far used c3p0 and it works quite well having … Continue reading
So I finally sat down and did the math and found out Amazon EC2 was quite a bit cheaper than what I’d been paying for hosting as long as I was willing to prepay for at least a year. However, … Continue reading
NOTE: due to issues with spam I’ve turned off comments, I’ve cross posted on my old blogger account if you have comments. For those of you who don’t know Maven is a build tool/dependency manager/project model. Those in the Microsoft … Continue reading
NOTE: this applies to Hudson version 1.352 Ok so yesterday I was setting up a publicly accessible build server, that was not to be viewable to anonymous sources. So I configured Hudson to “matrix security” and disallowed all access to … Continue reading
UPDATE: added links for video, slides and source Subject: Boo: The Extensible Little Language On The CLR You’ve Never Heard Of. When: Wednesday April 14th at 5:45pm Where: New Horizons In San Antonio map Summary: I will be covering Boo basics, advanced features, … Continue reading
For those of you who don’t know what Boo is its a statically typed CLR language with Python like syntax that lets you extend it’s compiler, and the language itself easily by giving you access to the AST (Abstract Syntax … Continue reading
First a disclaimer. I’m not in anyway shape or form an experienced win32 systems programmer. I’ve always done application development or systems administration scripting. That in-between area where you get out your C/C++ compiler and start dealing with pointers is … Continue reading