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Java Magazin 2.21 erschienen: Git me baby, one more time - JAXenter


Lol!
#java #verbalsadismus
 

Oliver Kopp auf Twitter: "The #64kblimit still is a thing in 2020. #java #jlink #javafx #movedbyjava #wtf https://t.co/ZzJnh7dGPy "The system modules plugin needs to split up the initialisation of the module descriptors array to keep the method size under 64k." #methodtoolarge" / Twitter


This is really nasty
@Hank G

https://twitter.com/koppor/status/1333095749899390980
 
What We Know about Java 16 and 17 So Far https://www.infoq.com/news/2020/11/java16-so-far/

A bit disappointing that few of the really interesting features will make it into jdk 17. Would be nice to have an LTS version with those features.

#java #jdk
#java #jdk
 
So I've got a pretty involved Android mobile development project that I've been working on for a couple of years here to help with medication tracking & tapering, as well as some other tasks that are related. Unfortunately, I'm having an issue right now that is utterly blocking not only my work on fixing this bug itself, but it's such a significant bug that it's blocking my progress on any other significant issues that I've got in the project, too, so I'm at a pretty complete standstill. The problem is dealing with an attempt to schedule a PeriodicWorkRequest with a WorkManager (JetPack work version 1.0.1, not the new androidx v2.4.0). It seems that everything goes fine up until my task is to be executed, at which point it is executed twenty times (exactly), instead of just once, apparently in parallel (?!?). My skills at debugging and googling related issues have proven absolutely useless to this point, so I've finally begun reaching out to more than just the IRC gurus, whom have been utterly unable to help me on this issue, despite their wonderful track record.

So I finally broke a several year stretch of not asking any questions on StackOverflow and went and wrote up a post about it. Threw the same information in a post on AndroidForums, too. I'm hoping that between the two of them I can at least find a better technique for debugging this problem on my own, if not some insight onto why this is happening and thus how I might go about correcting this behavior.

I figured I'd whine about it here, too, because I know of at least a few Android developers on Diaspora. The more people that see the post the better my chances are of getting out from behind this blockage in a reasonable timeframe. If you don't have a clue what to do about this, or even if this is all Greek to you, but you have developers that you share with, I would really appreciate a reshare just to get this request for assistance out a little further into the community.

So without further ado, here is my StackOverflow post on this PeriodicWorkRequest issue that I've been having. It's written up, along with code snippets, pretty definitively there; I didn't see any need to repeat that all here when most of the people who would be seeing this post are probably not developers.

Thank you for your time and assistance!

#android #androidDevelopment #java #mobileDevelopment #periodicWorkRequest #workManager #jetPack #softwareDevelopment #programming #coding #debugging #stackOverflow #androidForums #softwareEngineering #programmers
 
So I've got a pretty involved Android mobile development project that I've been working on for a couple of years here to help with medication tracking & tapering, as well as some other tasks that are related. Unfortunately, I'm having an issue right now that is utterly blocking not only my work on fixing this bug itself, but it's such a significant bug that it's blocking my progress on any other significant issues that I've got in the project, too, so I'm at a pretty complete standstill. The problem is dealing with an attempt to schedule a PeriodicWorkRequest with a WorkManager (JetPack work version 1.0.1, not the new androidx v2.4.0). It seems that everything goes fine up until my task is to be executed, at which point it is executed twenty times (exactly), instead of just once, apparently in parallel (?!?). My skills at debugging and googling related issues have proven absolutely useless to this point, so I've finally begun reaching out to more than just the IRC gurus, whom have been utterly unable to help me on this issue, despite their wonderful track record.

So I finally broke a several year stretch of not asking any questions on StackOverflow and went and wrote up a post about it. Threw the same information in a post on AndroidForums, too. I'm hoping that between the two of them I can at least find a better technique for debugging this problem on my own, if not some insight onto why this is happening and thus how I might go about correcting this behavior.

I figured I'd whine about it here, too, because I know of at least a few Android developers on Diaspora. The more people that see the post the better my chances are of getting out from behind this blockage in a reasonable timeframe. If you don't have a clue what to do about this, or even if this is all Greek to you, but you have developers that you share with, I would really appreciate a reshare just to get this request for assistance out a little further into the community.

So without further ado, here is my StackOverflow post on this PeriodicWorkRequest issue that I've been having. It's written up, along with code snippets, pretty definitively there; I didn't see any need to repeat that all here when most of the people who would be seeing this post are probably not developers.

Thank you for your time and assistance!

#android #androidDevelopment #java #mobileDevelopment #periodicWorkRequest #workManager #jetPack #softwareDevelopment #programming #coding #debugging #stackOverflow #androidForums #softwareEngineering #programmers
 
Interesting development. Big Tech, tons of money involved. Ten years ago we didn't see this coming, it seemed possible though.

Google’s Supreme Court faceoff with Oracle was a disaster for Google

For decades prior to Oracle's lawsuit, most people in the software industry assumed that APIs couldn't be copyrighted. That meant a software company could re-implement the APIs of a competitor's product in order to enable software, designed to work with the competitor's product, to work with its own.

A win for Oracle would call that into question. That would not only generate extra work for copyright lawyers, it could lead to a world where software compatibility problems crop up more often in everyday life.

More importantly, an Oracle win could reshape how copyright law treats APIs, giving incumbents the power to lock out competitors who want to build compatible software.
#java #oracle #google #tonsofmoney
 
Interesting development. Big Tech, tons of money involved. Ten years ago we didn't see this coming, it seemed possible though.

Google’s Supreme Court faceoff with Oracle was a disaster for Google

For decades prior to Oracle's lawsuit, most people in the software industry assumed that APIs couldn't be copyrighted. That meant a software company could re-implement the APIs of a competitor's product in order to enable software, designed to work with the competitor's product, to work with its own.

A win for Oracle would call that into question. That would not only generate extra work for copyright lawyers, it could lead to a world where software compatibility problems crop up more often in everyday life.

More importantly, an Oracle win could reshape how copyright law treats APIs, giving incumbents the power to lock out competitors who want to build compatible software.
#java #oracle #google #tonsofmoney
 

International Day of the Programmer Free Bundle | eBook Bundle | Fanatical


You get 3 free ebooks

#programming #java #python #ebook
 

New Release of FidoCadJ Draws Schematics Everywhere


#toolhacks #java #schematic #schematiccapture #hackaday
posted by pod_feeder_v2
New Release of FidoCadJ Draws Schematics Everywhere
 

New Release of FidoCadJ Draws Schematics Everywhere


#toolhacks #java #schematic #schematiccapture #hackaday
posted by pod_feeder_v2
New Release of FidoCadJ Draws Schematics Everywhere
 

Java On GPUs And FPGAs


#computerhacks #fpga #softwarehacks #gpu #java #hackaday
posted by pod_feeder_v2
Java On GPUs And FPGAs
 

Java On GPUs And FPGAs


#computerhacks #fpga #softwarehacks #gpu #java #hackaday
posted by pod_feeder_v2
Java On GPUs And FPGAs
 
Java 14 Is in Feature-Freeze and Release Rampdown

Good news
#java14 #java
 
We hired one in our #Alameda office but are looking for another in either our #Minneapolis #Minnesota office or the #California office

Nice-to-haves*:
Knowledge of C/C++ and #Java and experience with #PHP/MySQL
Knowledge of Unix & #Linux (we previously supported #BSD, #Solaris, and perhaps some others, but just Linux now)
Basic networking experience
Experience with Perforce, #Git, or other version control software is desirable
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or similar or relevant work experience
2 or more years’ experience providing technical support directly to enterprise customers

These are listed as requirements on the site, but they make zero since to me. There is literally no one on the Minneapolis team that knows C/C++. We do have a C/C++ API, so yes, it would be good if you knew that, but most people use our derived APIs (#Perl, #Python, .NET, #Ruby, #PHP, and maybe that is it). Java, like #C, is a native API.
Also, we do support #Windows and #Mac, so unclear why knowledge of that is not listed.

Experience in customer support or customer-facing role
Strong analytics and problem-solving skills
Strong debugging skills
Ability to work in a team environment and contribute ideas and improvements
Able to work well under pressure and prioritize accordingly
Responsibilities:
Represent Perforce as the first point of contact for customer’s technical requests.
Review and research customer issues to determine and provide the best resolution.
Develop and maintain technical expertise in assigned areas of product functionality and utilize it effectively to help customers.
Resolve database and performance issues.
Research, document, and escalate cases according to procedure.
Provide customer driven feedback to functional areas in order to influence process/product improvements.
Author technical documents on common issues and solutions in order to build the knowledge base.
Positive attitude - Support engineers are required to be respectful, fair, gracious, and knowledgeable.
Create and set up test environments to reproduce and resolve customer issues.
Recreate customer environments to reproduce issues and experiment with possible solutions.
 
We hired one in our #Alameda office but are looking for another in either our #Minneapolis #Minnesota office or the #California office

Nice-to-haves*:
Knowledge of C/C++ and #Java and experience with #PHP/MySQL
Knowledge of Unix & #Linux (we previously supported #BSD, #Solaris, and perhaps some others, but just Linux now)
Basic networking experience
Experience with Perforce, #Git, or other version control software is desirable
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or similar or relevant work experience
2 or more years’ experience providing technical support directly to enterprise customers

These are listed as requirements on the site, but they make zero since to me. There is literally no one on the Minneapolis team that knows C/C++. We do have a C/C++ API, so yes, it would be good if you knew that, but most people use our derived APIs (#Perl, #Python, .NET, #Ruby, #PHP, and maybe that is it). Java, like #C, is a native API.
Also, we do support #Windows and #Mac, so unclear why knowledge of that is not listed.

Experience in customer support or customer-facing role
Strong analytics and problem-solving skills
Strong debugging skills
Ability to work in a team environment and contribute ideas and improvements
Able to work well under pressure and prioritize accordingly
Responsibilities:
Represent Perforce as the first point of contact for customer’s technical requests.
Review and research customer issues to determine and provide the best resolution.
Develop and maintain technical expertise in assigned areas of product functionality and utilize it effectively to help customers.
Resolve database and performance issues.
Research, document, and escalate cases according to procedure.
Provide customer driven feedback to functional areas in order to influence process/product improvements.
Author technical documents on common issues and solutions in order to build the knowledge base.
Positive attitude - Support engineers are required to be respectful, fair, gracious, and knowledgeable.
Create and set up test environments to reproduce and resolve customer issues.
Recreate customer environments to reproduce issues and experiment with possible solutions.
 
New & Noteworthy | Eclipse IDE 2019-09 | The Eclipse Foundation

Yeah, a new #eclipse release! #programming #java
 

Java Futures, 2019 Edition


#JAVA #Future
 

Why Continuations Are Coming to Java


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20332262
Posted by lelf (karma: 45417)
Post stats: Points: 154 - Comments: 136 - 2019-07-02T05:00:34Z

\#HackerNews #are #coming #continuations #java #why
HackerNewsBot debug: Calculated post rank: 148 - Loop: 494 - Rank min: 100 - Author rank: 137
 

Why Continuations Are Coming to Java


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20332262
Posted by lelf (karma: 45417)
Post stats: Points: 154 - Comments: 136 - 2019-07-02T05:00:34Z

\#HackerNews #are #coming #continuations #java #why
HackerNewsBot debug: Calculated post rank: 148 - Loop: 494 - Rank min: 100 - Author rank: 137
 
#music #composer #algorithmic #random #java

SoundHelix


SoundHelix is a free, versatile and flexible Java framework for composing and playing algorithmic random music based on constrained random generation (CRG). SoundHelix is an algorithmic random music generator (including a built-in MIDI sequencer) which can play generated songs on MIDI devices in real-time. It can also write the generated songs as MIDI files, e.g., for using or post-processing them in third-party MIDI software. ...
SoundHelix on Youtube...
 
#music #composer #algorithmic #random #java

SoundHelix


SoundHelix is a free, versatile and flexible Java framework for composing and playing algorithmic random music based on constrained random generation (CRG). SoundHelix is an algorithmic random music generator (including a built-in MIDI sequencer) which can play generated songs on MIDI devices in real-time. It can also write the generated songs as MIDI files, e.g., for using or post-processing them in third-party MIDI software. ...
SoundHelix on Youtube...
 

Negotiations Failed: How Oracle Killed Java EE


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19825059
Posted by omnibrain (karma: 5318)
Post stats: Points: 124 - Comments: 90 - 2019-05-04T07:50:13Z

\#HackerNews #failed #how #java #killed #negotiations #oracle
HackerNewsBot debug: Calculated post rank: 112 - Loop: 68 - Rank min: 100 - Author rank: 100
 

Negotiations Failed: How Oracle Killed Java EE


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19825059
Posted by omnibrain (karma: 5318)
Post stats: Points: 124 - Comments: 90 - 2019-05-04T07:50:13Z

\#HackerNews #failed #how #java #killed #negotiations #oracle
HackerNewsBot debug: Calculated post rank: 112 - Loop: 68 - Rank min: 100 - Author rank: 100
 

Programmer migration patterns - apenwarr


Interesting read

https://apenwarr.ca/log/20190318

#programming #languages #java #c #cplusplus
 
I orginally wanted to google for hastheuklefttheeuyet and google autocomplete or autosuggestion came up with this unique name:
HasThisTypePatternTriedToSneakInSomeGenericOrParameterizedTypePatternMatchingStuffAnywhereVisitor

So I was curious and hit enter and found that this is/was an actual java class in Aspect4j...
Only functionining link to the class is this repo:

@Alicia S Probably a German loving loooooooong words...
#java #funnytechnology #programming #humor
 
Bonjour ! Je suis un développeur du #Java aussi !
#Java
 
Bonjour à tous, je suis #nouveauici. Mes centres d'intérêt sont #java, #musique et #wikipedia-fr, et tellement d'autres que je n'ai pas eu la foi d'en faire toute la liste !

Je remplace progressivement tout ce que j'utilise par des alternatives libres: PeerTube, Kanboard... Mais le réseau social représente un grand pas ! J'espère faire de belles rencontres ici :)
 
Bonjour à tous, je suis #nouveauici. Mes centres d'intérêt sont #java, #musique et #wikipedia-fr, et tellement d'autres que je n'ai pas eu la foi d'en faire toute la liste !

Je remplace progressivement tout ce que j'utilise par des alternatives libres: PeerTube, Kanboard... Mais le réseau social représente un grand pas ! J'espère faire de belles rencontres ici :)
 
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