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Bombe changed 'tests' to '1' in #kotlin 2019.09.18 01:00
sonOfRa changed 'swagger' to '7' in #java-talk 2019.09.18 09:56
dreamreal changed 'jrebel' from 'JRebel is a JVM plugin that makes it possible for Java developers to see any code change made to an app without redeploying. See https://jrebel.com/software/jrebel/ .' to 'JRebel is a JVM plugin that makes it possible for Java developers to see any code change made to an app without redeploying. See https://jrebel.com/software/jrebel/ .' in '##java' 2019.09.18 05:35
fotato changed 'bbc' to '1' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 03:05
ron changed 'jira' to '-39' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 11:33
dreamreal changed 'mbooth' to '11' in ##java 2019.09.17 10:32
[twisti] changed 'jdbi' to '4' in ##java 2019.09.17 07:14
[twisti] changed 'x256' to '6' in ##java 2019.09.17 07:11
ron changed 'jira' to '-38' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 06:35
ron changed 'jira' to '-37' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 06:10
db changed 'feierabend' to '1' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 05:25
db changed 'jira' to '-36' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 05:24
db changed 'cloud' to '-1' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 05:24
ron changed 'jira' to '-35' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 05:20
Bombe changed 'jira' to '-34' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 04:55
ron changed 'jira' to '-33' in #java-talk 2019.09.17 04:48
dreamreal changed 'waz' to '156' in ##java 2019.09.16 09:12
db changed 'vagina' to '2' in #java-talk 2019.09.16 06:44
ron changed 'jira' to '-32' in #java-talk 2019.09.16 06:27
ron changed 'jira' to '-31' in #java-talk 2019.09.16 05:45
ron changed 'db' to '2' in #java-talk 2019.09.16 04:52
dreamreal changed 'rhel' to '0' in ##java 2019.09.13 11:07
dreamreal changed 'mbooth' to '10' in ##java 2019.09.13 10:58
dreamreal changed 'kupi' to '1' in ##java 2019.09.13 10:31
[twisti] changed 'lombok' to '25' in ##java 2019.09.13 07:39
dreamreal changed 'x256' to '5' in ##java 2019.09.11 09:54
dreamreal added 'spring data' with a value of 'Spring's data abstraction; it can leverage JPA, mongodb, redis, whatever. It abstracts the CRUD operations so they happen idiomatically behind the scenes, and it also provides an automatic query generation mechanism based on method names... but "idiomatic" here means "to the level of the common abstraction." It's not perfect.' in ##java 2019.09.11 07:31
tang^ changed 'dreamreal' to '8' in ##java 2019.09.10 06:36
svm_invictvs changed 'sbalmos' to '83' in private channel 2019.09.10 05:00
whaley changed 'waz' to '155' in #java-talk 2019.09.10 11:36
Bombe changed 'dreamreal' to '7' in ##java 2019.09.10 10:40
bendem changed 'hibernate' to '-28' in ##java 2019.09.10 09:13
dreamreal changed 'bombe' to '51' in #kotlin 2019.09.10 09:08
surial changed 'lts' from 'short for "long term support": Releases for which vendors of JDK distros pledged long-term support (years vs. 6 months). LTS Versions: 8, 11, and 17. Note that ALL Oracle OpenJDK releases are only supported for 6 months, even LTS versions; LTS only applies to AdoptOpenJDK, coretto, Azul, and commercial OracleVM. Use ~adoptopenjdk.' to 'short for "long term support": Releases for which vendors of JDK distros pledged long-term support (years vs. 6 months). LTS Versions: 8, 11, and 17. Note that ALL Oracle OpenJDK releases are only supported for 6 months, even LTS versions; LTS only applies to AdoptOpenJDK, coretto, Azul, and commercial OracleVM. Use ~adoptopenjdk.' in '##java' 2019.09.10 08:51
surial changed 'lts' from 'short for "long term support": It denotes releases for which vendors of JDK distros pledged long-term support. LTS Versions are 8 (more or less), 11, and 17. Non-LTS versions generally aren't maintained from the day the next java version is out. Note that ALL Oracle OpenJDK releases work like that (support for 6 months, that is it). LTS applies to AdoptOpenJDK, coretto, Azul and commercial OracleVM.' to 'short for "long term support": It denotes releases for which vendors of JDK distros pledged long-term support. LTS Versions are 8 (more or less), 11, and 17. Non-LTS versions generally aren't maintained from the day the next java version is out. Note that ALL Oracle OpenJDK releases work like that (support for 6 months, that is it). LTS applies to AdoptOpenJDK, coretto, Azul and commercial OracleVM.' in '##java' 2019.09.10 08:49
surial changed 'lts' from 'short for "long term support": It denotes releases for which vendors of JDK distros pledged long-term support. LTS Versions are 8 (more or less), 11, and 17. Non-LTS versions generally aren't maintained from the day the next java version is out. Note that ALL Oracle OpenJDK releases work like that (support for 6 months, that is it). LTS applies to AdoptOpenJDK, Azul, commercial OracleVM, etc. We suggest using' to 'short for "long term support": It denotes releases for which vendors of JDK distros pledged long-term support. LTS Versions are 8 (more or less), 11, and 17. Non-LTS versions generally aren't maintained from the day the next java version is out. Note that ALL Oracle OpenJDK releases work like that (support for 6 months, that is it). LTS applies to AdoptOpenJDK, Azul, commercial OracleVM, etc. We suggest using' in '##java' 2019.09.10 08:48
dreamreal changed 'lts' from 'LTS stands for "long term support," and is used to denote releases for which vendors have committed resources for, well, long term support. In Java, the current LTS version is java 11 (with some vendors supporting 8 under various circumstances), with the next LTS slated to be Java 17.' to 'LTS stands for "long term support," and is used to denote releases for which vendors have committed resources for, well, long term support. In Java, the current LTS version is java 11 (with some vendors supporting 8 under various circumstances), with the next LTS slated to be Java 17.' in '##java' 2019.09.10 08:18
dreamreal added 'lts' with a value of 'LTS stands for "long term support," and is used to denote releases for which vendors have committed resources for, well, long term support. In Java, the current LTS version is java 11, with the next LTS slated to be Java 17.' in ##java 2019.09.10 08:17
yawkat changed 'mitch0' to '34' in ##java 2019.09.10 06:01
dreamreal removed ''s name' with a value of 'derived partly for having been targeted at ##java' in #kotlin 2019.09.10 04:59
dreamreal added ''s name' with a value of 'derived partly for having been targeted at ##java' in #kotlin 2019.09.10 04:59
bendem changed 'hibernate' to '-29' in ##java 2019.09.10 04:42
ron changed 'jira' to '-30' in #java-talk 2019.09.09 09:15
cheeser changed 'homework' from 'We don't answer homework-style questions here. Homework assignments often intentionally ask you to produce bad code: You generally HAVE to use some mechanism even though it isn't the best tool for the job, and '.. just use this library that does all that in a very nice way!' is usually not acceptable. That makes them VERY frustrating questions.' to 'We don't answer homework-style questions here. Homework assignments often intentionally ask you to produce bad code: You generally HAVE to use some mechanism even though it isn't the best tool for the job, and '.. just use this library that does all that in a very nice way!' is usually not acceptable. That makes them VERY frustrating questions.' in 'private message' 2019.09.09 04:54
dreamreal changed 'yawkat' to '325' in ##java 2019.09.09 09:56
dreamreal changed 'tichodroma' to '4' in ##java 2019.09.09 04:37
surial changed 'benyoo' to '1' in ##java 2019.09.06 10:45
dreamreal changed '[twisti]' to '127' in ##java 2019.09.06 08:46
dreamreal changed '[twisti]' to '126' in ##java 2019.09.06 08:25
mitch0 changed 'eclipse' to '-687' in ##java 2019.09.06 08:06