Developers familiar with Java EE web applications would know that the web application deployment descriptor (web.xml) allows you to specify "error pages" which the container will display when a specific exception
I recently wrote a blog post describing my implementation of Kruskal’s algorithm – a greedy algorithm using to find a minimum spanning tree (MST) of a graph – and while it does the job it’s not particularly quick.
I saw a question on the mailing list asking for a simple, stripped-down, version of ActiveMQ. The default distribution and all of its runtime dependencies come in at about 44MB. I was able to get a working, “lean” version going at about 7.4MB.
You’ll hear about these myths most of the time on management level, but some of them can be found on the development level, too. IMHO it’s important to be aware of these myths to be prepared for possible discussions.
Here’s a quick example of an echo utility which outputs two lines, and a pipe operator which redirects that output to a grep utility which performs a simple filter to only include lines that contain the word “cat.”
I'm just about to write a couple of posts on Stackless Python and theNagare Micro Framework which runs on it. So I've been installing Stackless on my Ubuntu 12.04. Here are some nice copy and paste instructions if you want to play along.
Currently I am adding some SAML related functionality to a Mule 3 implementation of one of our clients. To work with the SAML objects I make use of the OpenSAML library that is provided here as open source.
The Apache Bloodhound team has just announced their first release of 2013. Bloodhound (Incubating) is a software collaboration tool that builds on the proven project management and issue tracking system of Trac.