Category Archives: java

TDC – The Developers Conference 2009 – day 2

In the last post, I talked about the first day of The Developers Conference. Now lets talk about day number 2. Very different from the previous day, this one started full of coding. And during the day, we kept seeing … Continue reading

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TDC – The Developers Conference 2009 – day 1

So, one more Java event happened this last weekend down here in Brazil. The Developers Conference, organized by Globalcode, took place on the 6th and 7th of November in São Paulo, and it is going also to Florianópolis (9th) and … Continue reading

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Implementing Java Serializable is not as simple as it seems

Sometimes we have to send objects “over the wire” to remote machines. Or we have to write them on disk. Or for any other unknown reason, you have to make your entity class Serializable. Maybe you are using an API … Continue reading

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Globalcode’s Casual Class: JAVAEE 6

This is a little late, but anyway… Two weeks ago I attend one more of the Globalcode‘s Casual Class‘es. This one was about JAVAEE 6 and the main technologies that will be part of it when it comes out – … Continue reading

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Why not use java clone method

The Java Language is very nice. It has a lot of useful features and APIs. But it isn’t perfect. There are a lot of bad design decisions that, due to the decision of maintaining full backwards compatibility, stays as they … Continue reading

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Import statements in Scala

One more baby step into Scala, in this second of a series of posts. Import statements. Scala’s import statements are very similar to Java’s, but with some small differences that allow you to write more concise code. Take a look … Continue reading

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Globalcode’s Casual Class: Robotics

Yesterday held the seventh edition of the Globalcode‘s Casual Class, this time featuring Robotics. Like before, this is a meeting that includes technology, pizza and beer! Can’t get much better than that =) This time, the event was mainly presented … Continue reading

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SE-Radio

Quick post this time. Again, on the topic of podcasts, I’ll talk about one I listen to regularly. Created by a german guy, SE-Radio is a great show targeted at software developers of any skill level and background. Also, they … Continue reading

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The Snitcher

The Snitcher is a new Open Source project we just made available at Kenai. It comes to help us solving a problem that occurs a lot occurs a lot to us: allowing users to easily submit bug reports. It is … Continue reading

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Casual Class #006

This last Friday, the 26th of June, held the 6th Globalcode‘s Casual Class. It consisted of news they brought from the JavaOne, and a presentation on web application Archictectures – which they had presented at JavaOne as well. There were … Continue reading

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