Posts Tagged ‘ java ’

I am smarter syndrome

November 30, 2016

Sometimes in University I found bold young guy saying something like: I will reimplement this in machine language because is faster I will reimplement this xyz C function by my own My program crash, I think there is a bug in HP UNIX socket implementation I will ge rid of this Java Garbage Collector...

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Il saggio progetto svedese, rinato: Elixir e Phoenix

June 4, 2016

This entry is part 1 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesNegli ultimi 20 anni sono successe tante cose imprevedibili. Nel 1995 nasce Java. Nello stesso periodo nasce Erlang. Java inizialmente segue la strada culturale tracciata da Sun, e si configura come un linguaggio estremamente verboso, con API specifiche per la gestione della concorrenza...

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Axis2 Debugging options

July 23, 2014

Web service interoperability is a nightmare. But it is easy to understand what is going on: just enable debugging! On Axis2, you can do it with the folowing java options…

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Spring Testing Survival guide

June 27, 2014

If you have an application with thousand of beans, you must do unit testing but…Spring testing is boring, belive me. A very complex Spring application usually have a lot of dependency: I had to manage over 3000 beans definitions in a production project right now. Sometimes you want only to test a bit of...

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Tool Command Language: il papa’ di Java

December 21, 2012

E’ notizia fresca di stampa il rilascio di Tcl 8.6, che introduce parecchie novità a dispetto del fatto che sia una “minor” release.   In particolatre Tcl 8.6 introduce un motore “stackless”, integra nel linguaggio le estensioni OOP, ed aggiunge le coroutine. Parliamo quindi diffusamente di Tcl, un linuaggio che ho sempre trascurato perché mi...

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I hate XML, but now less then before thanks to SimpleXMLParser

August 10, 2012

I admit it: I hate xml square brackets dancing orgy, even in Java. Anyway, all is xml-ized around me. So in 2006 I developed a small XML parser based on SAX. It was a shitty dirty code for JDK 1.4 which let you parse xml stuff defining a method and forgetting about selectors, XPath,  XWing,...

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JavaScript Wars: Xtend

November 20, 2011

And so Java, the old old King is still alive. After Scala, Clojure, NodeJS, and Dart, a new hero is knocking to its castle: Eclipse Xtend Will he succeed? Hard to Say, but Xtend is very similar to CoffeScript: Xtend simplifies writing Java code, but it doesn’t aim take the grab the crown with...

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JavaScript War: Prologue

September 16, 2011

This entry is part 16 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesBe strong young Jedi. This war will begin shortly. You can try to keep you jdk under your pillow, but the html5 will hit you in the middle of the night. And a knife in the dark will rise from shadow: JavaScript

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Functional Programming

July 18, 2011

This entry is part 14 of 18 in the series Programming LanguagesBecause of the success of my article on java closure, I have decided to write another article on functional programming. In the last year functional programming is waving back to us, for a lot of reason. Let’s summarize the facts: Functional programming is...

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