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01
Dec
2012
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(Re)Start me up!

This post was originally published as part of the Java Advent series. If you like it, please spread the word by sharing, tweeting, FB, G+ and so on! Want to write for the Java Advent blog? We are looking for … Continue reading

29
Nov
2012
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Feedback de la JUG #40: Lightning Talk Edition

Pe baza formularului: La 100% din oameni le-a placut editia 40 de la JUG 100% din oameni ar vrea sa se mai tina lighgtning talk-uri la JUG Multumim prezentatorilor!

24
Nov
2012
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Calling on all Java enthusiasts: lets make Java Advent happen!

I’m announcing a small (but quickly growing) project here: the Java Advent Calendar. What is it? To put it simply: a blog which will publish each year 24 high-quality Java related articles between the 1st and 24th of December. It … Continue reading

23
Nov
2012
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Slide-urile de la JUG Meeting #40: Lightning Talk Edition

Lista prezentarilor: Claudia Dumitras – Android Near-Field Communication Dan Dromereschi – AChartEngine – a charting library for Android (open source) Florin Bunau – Tools in the box Gabriel Ciuloaica – Lightweight Rest Services Partac Constantin – Adopt a JSR Sa … Continue reading

07
Nov
2012
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Global Day of Coderetreat 2012 in Cluj-Napoca

From the RABS blog: We invite you to the Global Day of Coderetreat in Cluj-Napoca! Coderetreat is a day-long, intensive practice event, focusing on the fundamentals of software development and design. By providing developers the opportunity to take part in … Continue reading

06
Nov
2012
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Writing beautiful code – not just for the aesthetic value

This article was originally published in the 6th edition of TodaySoftMag in Romanian. Reprinted here with the permission of the author / magazine. You can see a quick talk about the article in Romanian on Youtube. Writing beautiful code – … Continue reading

09
Oct
2012
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Helper for testing multi-threaded programs in Java

Testing multi-threaded code is hard. The main problem is that you invoke your assertions either too soon (and they fail for no good reason) or too late (in which case the test runs for a long time, frustrating you). A … Continue reading

07
Oct
2012
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Transylvania JUG Meeting #38: Eclipse DemoCamp

In the spirit of “better late than never”, here are the pictures from the Eclipse DemoCamp held on June 15th: The speaker was Tom Schindl and you can find the presentation slides on his blog. My main takeaway was that … Continue reading

03
Mar
2012
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Deserializing arbitrary messages with Google Protcol Buffers

Google Protocol Buffers (shortened protobuf) is data (de)serialization with good speed, size and cross-platform support (it supports Java, C++ and Python out of the box). It can also handle different versions of the same message (as in: old and new … Continue reading

04
Jan
2012
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Debugging the JVM

In some (rare) cases you might find yourself in the situation that you managed to crash the JVM itself. I most recently managed this by setting the name of a ThreadGroup to null. In these cases it is useful to … Continue reading

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