On fresh Eclipse installations, I usually feel a bit naked, until I realise that this lovely little plugin is not part of Eclipse itself. It’s called AnyEdit tools, and it features the following nice things:
After spending a considerable amount of time trying to figure out how to refactor some particularly hairly (hairy + gnarly) data access code, I thought I'd share some insight into a popular misconception about what coding to the interface actually means.
It's pretty straight forward to take a message, use an SI header enricher construct and place the message in the header using a SpEL expression - in fact one for the header key name and one for the payload extraction. The following SI flow demonstrates an example of how to do just that.
Time for our weekly code puzzle. The idea is simple: solve the coding problem as efficiently as you can, in any language or framework that you think is suitable. Today problem is to find all the twin primes within a certain range.
Doug Rathbone shares 10 tips from his experience to help you unplug or reinvigorate your interest in IT and your job. I'm sure you've seen millions of these posts, but Doug's tips are a bit more in-depth and practical than many posts out there.
The documentation for Lucene leaves a bit to the imagination. This is a clear introduction to the conceptual architecture of Lucene, with which you will be able to productively approach the FAQ's and tutorials on the project web site.