Posts Tagged ‘ http ’

Http1.0 on firefox

June 6, 2013

To force Firefox on http 1.0 proceed as follows: Open a window and go to “about:config” page Hack “network.http.version” property restart firefox

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Closure in Java: fast and nice!

February 26, 2010

This entry is part 6 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesWorking for two very important Banks, I have the need to play with Closure in Java. I have a lot of trouble looking at a good description of the subject, until I read a post on StackOverflow. I have decided to re-cook this...

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Nested Tag Library for struts 1.x

February 12, 2010

Example: http://www.laliluna.de/struts-nested-iteration-tutorial.html Reference http://struts.apache.org/1.3.10/struts-taglib/dev_nested.html

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Erlang Book Review

July 19, 2009
Erlang Book Review

This entry is part 3 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesAfter reading an interesting article on Erlang  and Java interoperability, I have decided to dedicate my spare time to Erlang. O’Reilly has just published a wonderful book on Erlang, so I decided to dive into it.

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Evolving concurrency, like memory management did

June 11, 2009

As processors become faster and multiprocessor systems become cheaper, the need to take advantage of multithreading in order to achieve full hardware resource utilization only increases the importance of being able to incorporate concurrency in a wide variety of application categories. In this article we are evaluting a new approach to the concurrency. In...

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Java HttpClient and Load Balancer bad interactions

May 21, 2009

Working for a very big customer, I found a very nasty interaction between Sun HttpClient (JDK 1.4) and Http  Load Balancers. In a complex network environment, sometimes you can experience low level TCP/IP comunication errors, because sometimes HttpClient get confused and hangs. The bad behavior of Sun HttpClient is well known: some guys suggested...

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Javascript and Smalltalk

February 16, 2008

There is a future for SmallTalk? I was a very strong fan of the SmallTalk language, but in the last five years I have seen more and more contraction of its usage in the IT field. The OLPC project, which uses also Squeak Smalltalk and its done by the core team fo Squeak, is...

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About macosx

February 6, 2008
About macosx

We read in wikipedia:

"Mac OS X is the successor to the original Mac OS, which had been Apple's primary operating system since 1984

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Dynamic languages troubles

January 31, 2008

I have read http://www.manageability.org/blog/stuff/chandler-failure and I think it is very danger way of exposing concepts.

In the article pointed out, the quite dead Chandler project is compared to the multi-billion Eclipse project. And then a too easy analysis is done against dynamic languages, where Java is the absolute winner.

I will try to fix...

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