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waz changed 'eclipse is a piece of shit' to '115' in ##java 2018.10.17 11:06
mitch0 changed 'archerl' to '-1' in ##java 2018.10.17 09:07
nutzz changed 'nutzz' to '-3' in ##java 2018.10.17 07:55
nutzz changed 'nutzz' to '-2' in ##java 2018.10.17 07:55
nutzz changed 'nutzz' to '-1' in ##java 2018.10.17 07:55
[twisti] changed 'lombok' to '21' in ##java 2018.10.17 07:55
[twisti] changed 'surial' to '488' in ##java 2018.10.17 07:55
dosdebug changed 'yawkat' to '282' in ##java 2018.10.17 02:55
sbeex changed 'diablo-d3' to '9' in ##java 2018.10.16 03:37
dmabs changed 'hillman7' to '2' in ##java 2018.10.16 02:02
dreamreal changed 'hillman7' to '1' in ##java 2018.10.16 02:01
dreamreal changed 'mitch0' to '29' in ##java 2018.10.16 05:22
surial changed 'sbalmos' to '79' in ##java 2018.10.15 10:11
whaley changed 'slavanap' to '1' in ##java 2018.10.15 08:29
surial changed 'sonofra' to '153' in ##java 2018.10.15 01:44
cheeser changed '[twisti]' to '121' in ##java 2018.10.15 09:47
dreamreal added 'retry' with a value of 'Java has a number of candidate libraries that support graceful degradation and service retries in case of failure. For example, see: ~hystrix, ~failsafe, and ~spring retry (among others, probably)' in ##java 2018.10.15 09:31
dreamreal added 'failsafe' with a value of 'Failsafe is a Java library that supports a retry mechanism for operations. Supports lambdas for the candidates for retries. See https://github.com/jhalterman/failsafe for more.' in ##java 2018.10.15 09:30
dreamreal added 'spring retry' with a value of 'Spring Retry is a project that provides declarative retry support for Spring applications. It is not a core Spring project, but provides annotations and support for operations that can be retried on failure. See https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-retry' in ##java 2018.10.15 09:28
bendem added 'chaos engineering' with a value of 'the discipline of experimenting on a distributed system in order to build confidence in the system?s capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production. See https://principlesofchaos.org/' in ##java 2018.10.15 06:47
sbeex changed 'dreamreal' to '1' in ##java 2018.10.15 06:37
dreamreal changed 'surial' to '487' in ##java 2018.10.15 06:15
gitness changed 'mitch0' to '28' in ##java 2018.10.15 04:16
pr3d4t0r changed 'whaley' to '603' in private channel 2018.10.12 03:55
ron changed 'sonofra' to '152' in #java-talk 2018.10.12 01:17
fotato added 'be acuzio' with a value of 'what are you Talking about,. ?' in #java-talk 2018.10.12 11:35
fotato removed 'be acuzio' with a value of 'what are you Talking about,. ?' in #java-talk 2018.10.12 11:35
fotato changed 'be acuzio' from 'what are you Talking about,. ?' to 'what are you Talking about,. ?' in '#java-talk' 2018.10.12 11:33
dreamreal changed 'sonofra' to '151' in ##java 2018.10.11 03:42
whaley changed 'weechat' to '10' in #java-talk 2018.10.11 02:11
whaley added '*' with a value of 'https://media1.tenor.com/images/f22ff5663026240fb0f050d6fbbddb53/tenor.gif' in #java-talk 2018.10.11 01:44
dreamreal changed 'amqp' from 'AMQP stands for "Advanced Message Queuing Protocol" and covers - wait for it! - transactional messaging architectures. In practice, you shouldn't use it directly; prefer ~jms instead. See https://amqp.org/ for more.' to 'AMQP stands for "Advanced Message Queuing Protocol" and covers - wait for it! - transactional messaging architectures. In practice, you shouldn't use it directly; prefer ~jms instead. See https://amqp.org/ for more.' in '##java' 2018.10.11 11:55
dreamreal added 'amqp' with a value of 'AMQP stands for "Advanced Message Queuing Protocol" and covers - wait for it! - transactional messaging architectures. In practice, it's used under the covers for a number of JMS providers, as well as being exposed directly if you are brave. RabbitMQ supports the 0.9 spec natively; ActiveMQ and others support the official 1.0 release. If you're using AMQP, you're probably doing it wrong; use' in ##java 2018.10.11 11:52
dreamreal changed 'jms' from 'JMS is the Java Message Service, an API focused on asynchronous messaging architectures, including transactional pub/sub and point-to-point models. See https://bit.ly/2OXEtd2 (the Java EE tutorial). There are a number of implementations of message providers for JMS, like ~openmq, ~activemq, ~rabbitmq, and others.' to 'JMS is the Java Message Service, an API focused on asynchronous messaging architectures, including transactional pub/sub and point-to-point models. See https://bit.ly/2OXEtd2 (the Java EE tutorial). There are a number of implementations of message providers for JMS, like ~openmq, ~activemq, ~rabbitmq, and others.' in '##java' 2018.10.11 11:36
dreamreal added 'rabbitmq' with a value of 'RabbitMQ is a popular messaging platform written in Erlang, using the AMQP 0.9 spec (although it can support AMQP 1.0 with a plugin). It has a custom Java API, although you can also use JMS to interact with it. See https://www.rabbitmq.com/ for more.' in ##java 2018.10.11 11:35
dreamreal added 'jms' with a value of 'JMS is the Java Message Service, an API focused on asynchronous messaging architectures, including transactional pub/sub and point-to-point models. See https://bit.ly/2OXEtd2 (the Java EE tutorial). There are a number of implementations of message providers for JMS, like ~openmq, ~activemq, ~hornetq, ~rabbitmq, and others.' in ##java 2018.10.11 11:33
dreamreal removed 'jms' with a value of 'Java Message Service, found at http://java.sun.com/products/jms/ ; See also the Message Driven Bean section in the JavaEE tutorial at http://download.oracle.com/javaee/6/tutorial/doc/bnbpk.html ; There are a number of implentations of JMS: ask me about openmq or activemq' in ##java 2018.10.11 11:31
dreamreal added 'openmq' with a value of 'OpenMQ is a message queue provider written in Java. It is the reference implementation for the JMS specification and the MQ provider for Glassfish. See https://javaee.github.io/openmq for more detail.' in ##java 2018.10.11 11:29
dreamreal changed 'activemq' from 'ActiveMQ is an actively developed Apache project focused on message queues. It's based on AMQP 1.0, and clients can use AMQP, Stomp, JMS, or a host of other APIs to access it. See https://activemq.apache.org/ for more.' to 'ActiveMQ is an actively developed Apache project focused on message queues. It's based on AMQP 1.0, and clients can use AMQP, Stomp, JMS, or a host of other APIs to access it. See https://activemq.apache.org/ for more.' in '##java' 2018.10.11 11:29
dreamreal changed 'candle' to '9' in ##java 2018.10.11 11:05
dreamreal changed 'kgilden' to '1' in ##java 2018.10.11 11:00
dreamreal changed 'sbalmos' to '78' in ##java 2018.10.11 10:52
gitness changed 'surial' to '486' in ##java 2018.10.11 02:04
ron changed 'freeone3000' to '289' in #java-talk 2018.10.10 01:37
whaley changed 'surial' to '485' in ##java 2018.10.08 06:53
whaley changed 'lhunath_' to '1' in ##java 2018.10.08 06:51
sonOfRa changed 'faux' to '84' in #java-talk 2018.10.08 06:02
dreamreal changed 'dat_iggy_hoe' to '1' in ##java 2018.10.08 03:13
dreamreal changed 'surial' to '484' in ##java 2018.10.08 02:35
whaley changed 'waz' to '141' in private channel 2018.10.08 12:59