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gurrkiin changed 'javabot' to '359' in ##java 2018.06.22 09:34
dreamreal changed 'yawkat' to '255' in ##java 2018.06.22 09:15
myxenovia changed 'javabot' to '358' in ##java 2018.06.22 02:44
sbeex changed 'odinsbane' to '62' in ##java 2018.06.22 02:43
dreamreal changed 'whaley' to '591' in ##java 2018.06.21 02:08
Maldivia changed 'eclipse' to '-684' in ##java 2018.06.21 12:17
surial changed 'jaxb' from 'short for Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB), a library to turn java objects into XML and back. Part of the java-ee umbrella. https://github.com/javaee/jaxb-v2' to 'short for Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB), a library to turn java objects into XML and back. Part of the java-ee umbrella. https://github.com/javaee/jaxb-v2' in '##java' 2018.06.21 10:25
dreamreal changed 'surial' to '468' in ##java 2018.06.21 10:24
surial changed 'xml parsing' from 'Working with XML? Consider ~jackson, ~xstream, or ~jaxb to read and write XML. Avoid SAX (org.xml.sax) and DOM (org.w3c.dom); StAX is okay (https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/jaxp/stax/index.html ), but these days most use jackson.' to 'Working with XML? Consider ~jackson, ~xstream, or ~jaxb to read and write XML. Avoid SAX (org.xml.sax) and DOM (org.w3c.dom); StAX is okay (https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/jaxp/stax/index.html ), but these days most use jackson.' in '##java' 2018.06.21 10:24
surial changed 'xml parsing' from 'Parse XML with - Jackson @ https://github.com/FasterXML/Jackson - JAXB @ https://github.com/javaee/jaxb-v2 - XStream @ https://x-stream.github.io/ - Don't use the standard SAX (org.xml.sax) or DOM (org.w3c.dom) parsers, these are really, really bad APIs.' to 'Parse XML with - Jackson @ https://github.com/FasterXML/Jackson - JAXB @ https://github.com/javaee/jaxb-v2 - XStream @ https://x-stream.github.io/ - Don't use the standard SAX (org.xml.sax) or DOM (org.w3c.dom) parsers, these are really, really bad APIs.' in '##java' 2018.06.21 10:19
yawkat changed 'maldivia' to '253' in ##java 2018.06.21 09:10
dreamreal changed 'yawkat' to '254' in ##java 2018.06.21 07:49
sbeex changed 'maldivia' to '252' in ##java 2018.06.20 04:18
dreamreal changed 'waz' to '134' in private channel 2018.06.20 09:30
dreamreal changed 'dreamreal' to '0' in private channel 2018.06.20 07:45
suvdev changed 'dreamreal' to '1' in ##java 2018.06.20 07:45
dreamreal changed 'bendem' to '44' in ##java 2018.06.20 07:44
dreamreal changed 'maldivia' to '251' in ##java 2018.06.19 12:29
dreamreal changed 'bendem' to '43' in ##java 2018.06.19 11:18
sbeex changed 'maldivia' to '250' in ##java 2018.06.19 05:17
kinabalu changed 'pr3d4t0r' to '702' in private channel 2018.06.18 11:58
whaley changed 'cheeser' to '1,457' in ##java 2018.06.18 05:23
liste added 'keycloak' with a value of 'Keycloak is an open source software product to allow single sign-on with Identity Management and Access Management, owned by Red Hat.' in ##java 2018.06.16 10:58
yawkat changed 'happymeal' to '1' in ##java 2018.06.15 04:22
dreamreal changed 'freeone3000' to '279' in ##java 2018.06.15 04:09
tang^ changed 'foddo' to '48' in #java-talk 2018.06.15 11:38
dreamreal changed 'surial' to '467' in ##java 2018.06.15 11:24
surial added '2fa' with a value of 'tfa' in ##java 2018.06.15 11:23
surial added 'mfa' with a value of 'tfa' in ##java 2018.06.15 11:23
surial added 'tfa' with a value of ' TFA/MFA/2FA stands for Two/Multi-Factor Authentication; the concept that to log in, you need to both know a thing (a password, usually), and have a thing (a physical token or a smartphone). Passwords are old as dirt (but if writing your own, use jbcrypt to hash your passwords into your database), and use TOTP for the 'something you have' part. Ask me about ~jbcrypt and/or ~totp' in ##java 2018.06.15 11:23
surial added 'totp' with a value of 'short for Timebased One-Time-Password and is a standard for implementing 2-factor authentication. You ask this of your users after they enter a username/password to authenticate them more securely, proving they know a thing (their password) and have a thing (a TOTP token or their smartphone). Example code for java: https://github.com/rzwitserloot/totp-example' in ##java 2018.06.15 11:22
dreamreal changed 'acuzio' to '47' in #java-talk 2018.06.15 11:11
dreamreal changed 'foddo' to '47' in #java-talk 2018.06.15 10:42
dreamreal changed 'surial' to '466' in ##java 2018.06.15 10:19
dreamreal changed 'mbooth' to '3' in ##java 2018.06.15 10:13
surial changed 'dreamreal' to '0' in ##java 2018.06.15 09:53
surial changed 'dreamreal' to '1' in ##java 2018.06.15 09:53
dreamreal changed 'freeone3000' to '278' in ##java 2018.06.14 05:05
dreamreal changed 'surial' to '465' in ##java 2018.06.14 03:29
dreamreal changed 'surial' to '464' in ##java 2018.06.14 02:54
dreamreal changed 'mbaxter' to '2' in ##java 2018.06.14 01:10
dreamreal added 'thimbot' with a value of 'Thimbot is yet another Java IRC framework. See https://github.com/dmlloyd/thimbot for the source code.' in private channel 2018.06.14 11:57
dreamreal changed 'pircbot' from 'pircbot is a framework for creating java IRC bots quickly. It can be found at http://www.jibble.org/pircbot.php - also see ~pircbotx and ~thimbot.' to 'pircbot is a framework for creating java IRC bots quickly. It can be found at http://www.jibble.org/pircbot.php - also see ~pircbotx and ~thimbot.' in 'private channel' 2018.06.14 11:57
dreamreal changed 'pircbot' from 'pircbot is a framework for creating java IRC bots quickly. It can be found at http://www.jibble.org/pircbot.php - also see ~pircbotx .' to 'pircbot is a framework for creating java IRC bots quickly. It can be found at http://www.jibble.org/pircbot.php - also see ~pircbotx .' in 'private channel' 2018.06.14 11:55
cheeser changed 'dmlloyd' to '388' in private channel 2018.06.14 11:41
dreamreal changed 'freeone3000' to '277' in ##java 2018.06.14 10:27
waz changed 'javabot' to '357' in #java-talk 2018.06.13 07:49
[twisti] changed 'eclipse' to '-683' in ##java 2018.06.13 09:18
dreamreal changed 'odinsbane' to '61' in ##java 2018.06.13 08:25
dreamreal added 'grepcode' with a value of 'Grepcode was a site that contained the canonical source for a number of popular runtime libraries. It's been shut down. A replacement was built by yawkat; see https://java-browser.yawk.at . The source code that generates the site is at https://github.com/yawkat/java-browser .' in ##java 2018.06.13 07:38