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November 23 2012

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September 15 2010

10:01

log4jdbc

log4jdbc is a Java JDBC driver that can log SQL and/or JDBC calls (and optionally SQL timing information) for other JDBC drivers using the Simple Logging Facade For Java (SLF4J) logging system.
10:01

log4jdbc

log4jdbc is a Java JDBC driver that can log SQL and/or JDBC calls (and optionally SQL timing information) for other JDBC drivers using the Simple Logging Facade For Java (SLF4J) logging system.
10:01

log4jdbc

log4jdbc is a Java JDBC driver that can log SQL and/or JDBC calls (and optionally SQL timing information) for other JDBC drivers using the Simple Logging Facade For Java (SLF4J) logging system.

September 13 2010

06:40

Scala for Java Refugees

You’ve tried looking on the Scala website, but what you found stopped you in your tracks.  Everything’s so…functional.  Lamdas, high-order functions, immutable state, recursion out the wazoo.  Suddenly things are looking less promising. Have no fear, ye refugee of Java EE grid iron, all is not lost.  True, Scala is a functional language, but it’s also imperative and highly object oriented.  What does this mean?  It means that you don’t have to write code with the sole purpose of pleasing Haskell Curry.  You can write code that you can actually read a week from now.  You may even be able to show this code to your Java-loving coworkers and they just might understand it.  You don’t have to curry every function and avoid loops at all costs.  You can write your Java applications in Scala.  You just need the right introduction.
06:40

Scala for Java Refugees

You’ve tried looking on the Scala website, but what you found stopped you in your tracks.  Everything’s so…functional.  Lamdas, high-order functions, immutable state, recursion out the wazoo.  Suddenly things are looking less promising. Have no fear, ye refugee of Java EE grid iron, all is not lost.  True, Scala is a functional language, but it’s also imperative and highly object oriented.  What does this mean?  It means that you don’t have to write code with the sole purpose of pleasing Haskell Curry.  You can write code that you can actually read a week from now.  You may even be able to show this code to your Java-loving coworkers and they just might understand it.  You don’t have to curry every function and avoid loops at all costs.  You can write your Java applications in Scala.  You just need the right introduction.
06:40

Scala for Java Refugees

You’ve tried looking on the Scala website, but what you found stopped you in your tracks.  Everything’s so…functional.  Lamdas, high-order functions, immutable state, recursion out the wazoo.  Suddenly things are looking less promising.
Have no fear, ye refugee of Java EE grid iron, all is not lost.  True, Scala is a functional language, but it’s also imperative and highly object oriented.  What does this mean?  It means that you don’t have to write code with the sole purpose of pleasing Haskell Curry.  You can write code that you can actually read a week from now.  You may even be able to show this code to your Java-loving coworkers and they just might understand it.  You don’t have to curry every function and avoid loops at all costs.  You can write your Java applications in Scala.  You just need the right introduction.

September 05 2010

13:46

August 30 2010

09:12

Membrane SOAP/HTTP Monitor and Proxy

Membrane SOAP Monitor is an open source tool to capture, display and manipulate SOAP and HTTP messages. The monitor can work as HTTP proxy or as reverse HTTP proxy.

July 27 2010

20:21
20:21
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Clojure for Java Programmers - 2 of 2
Part 2 of a presentation by Rich Hickey to the NYC Java Study Group. A gentle introduction to Clojure, part 2 focuses on Java integration, functional programming, persistent data structures and concurrency.
20:17
Clojure for Java Programmers - 2 of 2
Part 2 of a presentation by Rich Hickey to the NYC Java Study Group. A gentle introduction to Clojure, part 2 focuses on Java integration, functional programming, persistent data structures and concurrency.
20:16
Clojure for Java Programmers - 1 of 2
Part 1 of a presentation by Rich Hickey to the NYC Java Study Group. A gentle introduction to Clojure, part 1 focuses on reader syntax, core data structures, code-as-data, evaluation, special operators, functions, macros and sequences. No prior exposure to Lisp is presumed.
20:16
Clojure for Java Programmers - 1 of 2
Part 1 of a presentation by Rich Hickey to the NYC Java Study Group. A gentle introduction to Clojure, part 1 focuses on reader syntax, core data structures, code-as-data, evaluation, special operators, functions, macros and sequences. No prior exposure to Lisp is presumed.
20:15

Clojure - Functional Programming for the JVM

The goal of this article is to provide a fairly comprehensive introduction to the Clojure programming language. A large number of features are covered, each in a fairly brief manner.
20:15

Clojure - Functional Programming for the JVM

The goal of this article is to provide a fairly comprehensive introduction to the Clojure programming language. A large number of features are covered, each in a fairly brief manner.

April 08 2010

21:19

Taekwindow

Taekwindow is a simple, lightweight and free Windows program that allows you to move and resize windows by dragging them with the Alt key, similar to many X11 window managers. Also makes scrolling focus automatically follow mousecursor (also similar to X11).

January 07 2010

21:26
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