Tag Archives: java

Get a REPL On Your Current Java Project

I like to test things out interactively, so I love working with languages that provide a REPL. I’m currently working on a Java project, but Java doesn’t have a REPL. Several languages built on top of the JVM do have … Continue reading

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Once More, This Time With Clojure

If you happened to read my post from the other day entitled My New “Top Artists Last 7 Days” Widget, you know that I went through three iterations of getting it going. The final solution, written in Ruby worked well. Until … Continue reading

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JUnitLaunchFixer 1.0.4 Released

I’ve just released a new version of my Eclipse plugin called JUnitLaunchFixer. If you’ve never heard of it, it lets you set the default heap size for new debug launchers in Eclipse. You can read more about it in the … Continue reading

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99 Scala Problems #28 – I Like My Solution Better

I’ve been working through this list of 99 Scala Problems, which is modeled after this list of 99 Prolog Problems. As I’ve been going through them, I have been comparing my solutions to those provided (obviously). Sometimes, my solution is … Continue reading

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Procedural vs. Functional

With the rise of Scala and Clojure, there’s been a lot of talk lately about procedural vs. functional styles of coding. Most developers are accustomed to procedural coding, and functional can be hard to get a handle on. I was … Continue reading

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Slides From My Presentation on Operator Overloading In Scala

Last night I spoke at the Atlanta Scala Enthusiats meeting about operator overloading and a little on implicit conversions. I think the talk went well as I got lots of really good questions from the audience, and they laughed at … Continue reading

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I’m Liking Scala’s XML Literals

How many times have you written a class that you needed to save and restore to/from XML? How did you do it? There are libraries that will do this for you, but I don’t know if any of them have … Continue reading

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Bogus Search Results From Sys-Con

Updated! Be sure to scroll down for the latest! I’m writing a blog post dealing with Scala’s XML literal syntax and how to use it for object de/serialization and so I wanted to get a list of existing Java XML … Continue reading

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Scala’s Nice Regex Class

I’m a big fan of regular expressions, because they let you parse text in very concise, and sometimes complicated, ways. Though I agree with jwz about regular expressions in lots of cases, I still use them frequently. Perl was the … Continue reading

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Announcing JUnitLaunchFixer Eclipse Plugin

My friend Chris and I both work for the same company. Our product has around 900 JUnit tests, and for some of them, the default heap size that Eclipse runs JUnit tests with has become too small. You can change … Continue reading

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