This afternoon I spend some time to take the jaev Framework closer to the 1.0 final release.
Recently I discovered something new about a thing I am using on an every day basis like most of the software engineers. It’s about logging. You may ask: “What is so exiting about logging?” In my opinion logging is one of the underestimated aspects of software development. Everyone uses it, but only very few are [...]
The name of who/what is jaev? The jaev framework is my first open source project! Jepp, I joined the community and giving something back after years of using the frameworks of other people. What does jaev do? The name jaev is the abbreviation for java (advanced) email validation. So the framework does validate e-mails. Sounds [...]
Wednesday was my last day working day at my old job. It was quite a strange feeling when I left the building. On my way out I made a small round just to say a quick goodbye to some very nice colleagues. Unfortunately I missed a couple of very close ones, but I decided against [...]
One of the blogs I am reading on a regular basis is the Tapestry Central blog from Howard Lewis Ship the founder and lead developer of the Tapestry framework. It alreaded provided some really nice ideas and introduced me into some really interesting topics. So this weekend I read the article about some new Features [...]
Last December or January I had the opportunity to extend some software for a customer. This nice litte piece of software has the ability to track some of its usage behavior using a java HashMap. When I was programing the class which stores the usage statistics of some major features I made a kind of [...]
Some days ago I posted a blog entry about using Glassfish v2 EJBs with the Tomcat. At this moment I thought that I solved the problems, but last week we were setting our testing evironment on a Debian Linux box and the problems reoccured. At this moment I thought of a glitch in the server [...]
Friday evening I read about the new version of JSF. The reference implementation (RI) Mojarra made an early draft review (EDR) of Mojarra 2.0 which implements the lastest specification of the JSR-314 which features JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0.
I was quite busy in the last weeks, we are starting couple of new projects for a long time customer so I had lot’s of work to do and very few time for blogging. On the other hand side I have some new topics to blog about, so it was quite a fair deal. The [...]
This weekend was a lazy one. My girlfriend visited me, so I had not much time playing round with all of this software stuff. Another reason for my laziness was Guitar Hero 3 – Legends of Rock. I was first introduced to this game by a friend last saturday. Instead of playing cards we played [...]