With Jane, Meg and Sarah.
I’ve found myself more and more scripting stuff in Groovy — partly I’m guessing it’s cause of my Java background, partly because I’m probably not such a good bash/awk/perl/sed/etc script hacker 🙂 Nevertheless, make no mistakes, Groovy is an awesome scripting tool! (I’m not going to praise its benefits in terms of building applications — […]
I’m sure some of you have found the need occasionally to use the “console” input/output support provided by the JDK via System.in and System.out — if nothing else just to implement an occasional more complicated command-line “scripty” app to be run in a Linux environment and piped input in or out from/to another program. The […]
I’ve dealt in previous posts (here and on Cognitive Match‘s blog) with JMX and various things around it — as this is an area I have found more than useful in the JDK. It is therefore no surprise that recently I have turned my eyes to Apache Commons Modeler. The project lacks documentation, granted, and […]
Ok some of you are probably already familiar with the Apache Commons‘ BeanUtils framework, so this might not come as a surprise, but I have just discovered recently a class which I found myself in the past implementing bits of, one way or another: the BeanMap class! I swear, when dealing with loading random properties […]
Not the best photos — partly due to me being useless at it, partly due to my camera (well BlackBerry actually!) not being the best, but it did actually look pretty cool from the other side of Hyde Park:
I tweeted this photo the other day as well but I thought it deserves a bit more than just a tweet — having just met up with some old ex-Vibrant Media colleagues, right in the neck of the woods where we all started from. For all of you ex-Vibrant Media (or still in Vibrant Media) […]