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Dependencies Suck.

Big, Old and Evolving Project = A LOT OF DEPENDENCIES. Here’s what came up: We needed to insert dummy data to a database to test new Java code functionality, but the only way to insert it is to use the RPG interface (green screen) one at a time. It does a lot of business logic […]

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Coffee Break Anyone?

Free cup of *bucks coffee. What more can I say? Pretty much any *bucks, you can’t miss themTomorrow, Wednesday, March 15, 200610:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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A, B, or C?

Which one compiles?Which has no exceptions?Which works the right way? A) isUniqueDealAs1.B) isUniqueDealAs2.C) Both. (Java 1.4.2) int _iNum;int _iNum1;int _iNum2;String _strID; public boolean isUniqueDealAs1 (FilterTestObject ftoR) {    if (this._iNum == ftoR._iNum          && this._iNum1 == ftoR._iNum1          && this._iNum2 == ftoR._iNum2          && this._strID.equals((String)ftoR._strID))       return true;    return false; } public boolean isUniqueDealAs2 (FilterTestObject ftoR) {    if (this._iNum == […]

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Language/IDE Comparisons, Part 1.

Every once in a while, I’ll post up some new headaches, awesome-ness, or just differences that have come up for me using Java(1.4.2)/Eclipse (3.1.2) and C#(1.0)/Visual Studio 2003. Here are some to start: IDE Features:-Eclipse’s refactoring and perspectives are really helping me fly through the code and find what I need to find. -Visual Studio […]

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Bundles of Fun.

[1] Interviewing is Awesome.Watching how people are on the other side of the interviewing table really opens your eyes. There are those who blow you away and others who you wish you could take to side and prepare them. Some people say “people skills” are something we are born with. I completely disagree. No matter […]