After being annoyed for a long time about the Neo4j REST protocol performance I decided to have a look at streaming JSON last night. It seemed simple enough.
Today Peter pushed me to continue through and use the Lab day for finishing the lab-project.
So I started to create a server-extension project that does 2 things differently. [...]
I was invited to give a keynote talk at the 4developers conference in Poznan, Poland.
I’d liked to talk about the Java.next programming languages on the JVM and polyglot programming. When pondering how to address this issue, two things came into my mind.
I thought about extending Lego Time Tracking to a kind of Agile story and task management. There you take the time estimated for the task and put that many bricks of the color assigned to the task away to a central location where it is clearly visible (area of stacked bricks). Everyone contributing to the [...]
After struggling for some time with the performance problems with recent IDEA versions on my clients workstations, I’ve finally found a solution. After upgrading from version five the performance of IDEA began to degrade.
I had many hangs and a general sluggish feel.
Finally I’ve found it: The mysterious “Anykey” is living under the strange name of “QuickFix” in your IDE of choice.
Pressing Alt+Enter (Cmd+Enter) in Intellij IDEA or Ctrl+1 in Eclipse enables you to program on a “per example” basis. You can do
introduction of variables, fields, classes,
changing method signatures
surrounding code with live template
and much [...]
I’ve had troubles with time tracking my worktime for all the years. I always found this to be a tedious burden and inconvenience. So one morning in my blue hour (reading in a cafe before work) I spent the time pondering the alternatives.
I started listing software and realworld solutions to timetracking that are possible and [...]
I’ve been reading Neal’s blog for a while. So I’ve been looking forward to the book. (I even accidentally ordered it twice – one was the pre-buy at amazon, which I forgot about).
I spend the last two days reading the book and found it quite helpful. There are a lot of concrete tips and [...]