Knowledgebase

The Knowlege base arranges tips and userful informations scattered on the web.
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jrecordbind: fixed length file parser

=== JRecordBind === A tiny and super fast library that aims to * map fixed-length lines to bean instances, ready to be chewed by an import procedure (Unmarshaller) * and export record beans into a fixed-length file (Marshaller). take al look to it at jrecordbind: Home. It is a very good library, I will suggest …

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About the Gioorgi KnowledgeBase

The Gioorgi.com’s Knowledge Base is a new service provided to readers. The Knowledge base arranges tips & tricks scattered on the web, and based on the Giovanni Giorgi’s  IT consulting experience. The information are mostly based on open source technology, but also commercial products are described. Albeit knowledge base born as a small random “basket …

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Portal Software: LifeRay

I am not a big fan of portal software, because it is not cheap to delivery. Portal specification is heavy to use and implement, and can have a reason only in very big corporate company. SingleSignOn can be delivered in different and simpler way. The big advanteg of the Portal is the ability to “deactivate” …

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JRuby and Jython: the easy way

The revamp of Jython 2.5, the python interpreter written in Java, is a very good news, because give us the chance to think of a new way of coding. Looking at Google trends,  JRuby and Jython are emerging as key  pieces of a new puzzle. OOP revolution take years to become active, and Java success …

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Powered Searches

We are happy to announce we have powered our searche engine, after importing Objectsroot.com blog articles. Now you can use boolean operator like “AND”, to do complex searches. The search service is lucene-compatible at syntax level: feel free to play a bit with it… you can find funny things from the past… :)

Introduction to Bug Tracking tools

At Gioorgi.com we will start a series of articles about bug tracking. As usual, our posts will be short, tight focused and open to comments and improvement. A software will be full of bugs at some point of its life, and every good developer/project manager must be ready to address these issue. Let’s see how …

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Hibernate Speedest introduction

In this article I will introduce you to Hibernate 3 persistence framework. This article is worth to read, because give you a very fast track to Hibernate; I have used this tool for the past six years, when only the good 2.x series was out of there. Then I have the lucky of training two teams …

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Postgres performance tuning

After a bit of work, I have managed to optimize the performance of my Postgresql Server. I have spent a saturday morning digging around postgresql, using the fantastic komodo editor, and I am happy with the final solution. I followed  some suggestion on power PostgreSQL site, and now my postgres is blazing fast. For small …

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