Posts Tagged: jre

Common mistake when dealing with Reader in Java

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I’ve encountered this one a few times and came across again recently and thought it relevant to deserve its own post, so here it is. If you have done any I/O in Java you likely came across the Reader class, unlike the InputStream class(es) which deal with bytes, the Reader makes the transition into reading […]

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Java Dependency Injection and a Useless Annotation

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I’ve stepped into the Guice territory rather recently — coming from the Spring framework side of things — and I guess I had so far a similar love/hate experience as with Spring.¬†I rely mostly on the javax.annotation standards anyway so to a certain degree whether it’s Spring or Guice I guess doesn’t make that much […]

Running Multiple JDK Versions on Mac OS X

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If you’re a Java developer like me, working on a bunch of different projects at the same time, then you quite likely find yourself in the situation where you need to switch in between different JDK versions every time you switch context/project. In my case, I am working on the (good) stuff we got going […]