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devish changed 'maldivia' to '220' in ##java 2018.01.19 02:49
bendem changed 'cppcon' to '4' in ##java 2018.01.19 10:27
dreamreal changed 'maldivia' to '219' in ##java 2018.01.19 09:47
foddo changed 'scav' to '20' in #java-talk 2018.01.19 08:02
wyvern changed 'ipc' from 'inter-process communication. Options: tcp/udp (see ~netty and https://github.com/real-logic/aeron), http via tcp (see ~web frameworks), unix domain sockets (also see ~netty), memory-mapped files (http://mappedbus.io/), a message queue (~jms). Other providers of IPC-ish mechanisms: redis (via pubsub), in-memory data grid (IMDG: ~ignite, ~gigaspaces) or distributed shared objects (~dso).' to 'inter-process communication. Options: tcp/udp (see ~netty and https://github.com/real-logic/aeron), http via tcp (see ~web frameworks), unix domain sockets (also see ~netty), memory-mapped files (http://mappedbus.io/), a message queue (~jms). Other providers of IPC-ish mechanisms: redis (via pubsub), in-memory data grid (IMDG: ~ignite, ~gigaspaces) or distributed shared objects (~dso).' in '##java' 2018.01.18 05:23
wyvern changed 'ipc' from 'inter-process communication. Can be done in various ways, including tcp/udp (see ~netty and https://github.com/real-logic/aeron), http via tcp (see ~web frameworks), unix domain sockets (also see ~netty), memory-mapped files ( http://mappedbus.io/ ), a message queue (~jms). Many data-sharing solutions include IPC-ish mechanisms as well, like redis (via pubsub), in-memory data grid (IMDG: ~ignite, ~gigaspaces)' to 'inter-process communication. Can be done in various ways, including tcp/udp (see ~netty and https://github.com/real-logic/aeron), http via tcp (see ~web frameworks), unix domain sockets (also see ~netty), memory-mapped files ( http://mappedbus.io/ ), a message queue (~jms). Many data-sharing solutions include IPC-ish mechanisms as well, like redis (via pubsub), in-memory data grid (IMDG: ~ignite, ~gigaspaces)' in '##java' 2018.01.18 05:21
freeone3000 changed 'things made out of metal' to '-1' in #java-talk 2018.01.18 02:48
dreamreal changed 'bendem' to '39' in ##java 2018.01.18 12:14
surial changed 'yawkat' to '209' in ##java 2018.01.18 11:30
sonOfRa added 'be rajrajraj' with a value of 'There are only 3 dimension in real' in #java-talk 2018.01.18 11:21
dreamreal changed 'rajrajraj' to '0' in #java-talk 2018.01.18 10:25
waz changed 'sonofra' to '130' in #java-talk 2018.01.18 10:16
dreamreal changed 'liste' to '30' in ##java 2018.01.18 08:35
Maldivia changed 'submit http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html java 9.0.4 is release, as part of the scheduled januar cpu' to '-1' in ##java 2018.01.18 08:25
cheeser changed 'exceptions' from 'exceptions are a mechanism to return from a method indicating something extra-ordinary has occurred. They are used to handle errors of all sorts. Read all about it: https://javachannel.org/posts/deep-dive-all-about-exceptions/ and at the tutorial https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/essential/exceptions/' to 'exceptions are a mechanism to return from a method indicating something extra-ordinary has occurred. They are used to handle errors of all sorts. Read all about it: https://javachannel.org/posts/deep-dive-all-about-exceptions/ and at the tutorial https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/essential/exceptions/' in 'private message' 2018.01.17 06:45
surial changed 'dreamreal' to '0' in ##java 2018.01.17 11:05
liste added 'toml4j' with a value of 'a TOML parser for java. see https://github.com/mwanji/toml4j' in ##java 2018.01.17 10:56
yawkat changed 'yaml' from 'short for YAML Ain't Markup Language and is a human friendly data serialization standard for all programming languages. See http://yaml.org for an explanation of the format, and http://bit.ly/1LZV5Zt for a library to marshall YAML into and out of POJOs. ~jackson also has a dataformat provider for yaml available.' to 'short for YAML Ain't Markup Language and is a human friendly data serialization standard for all programming languages. See http://yaml.org for an explanation of the format, and http://bit.ly/1LZV5Zt for a library to marshall YAML into and out of POJOs. ~jackson also has a dataformat provider for yaml available.' in '##java' 2018.01.17 10:46
ron changed 'foddo' to '24' in #java-talk 2018.01.17 10:32
sonOfRa changed 'ron' to '225' in #java-talk 2018.01.17 10:28
odinsbane changed '#6' to '1' in ##java 2018.01.17 09:29
Bombe changed 'dreamreal' to '-1' in ##java 2018.01.17 09:29
Borw3 changed 'borw3' to '-1' in ##java 2018.01.17 08:03
valhalla_22 changed 'valhalla' to '1' in ##java 2018.01.17 07:49
mitch0 changed 'stummi' to '58' in ##java 2018.01.17 04:05
surial changed 'yawkat' to '208' in ##java 2018.01.16 11:29
surial changed 'sonofra' to '129' in ##java 2018.01.16 11:01
dreamreal changed 'whaley' to '567' in ##java 2018.01.16 09:13
yawkat changed 'baeldung' to '-1' in ##java 2018.01.16 08:58
dreamreal changed 'surial' to '445' in ##java 2018.01.16 08:10
gitness changed 'ernimril' to '240' in ##java 2018.01.15 06:02
yawkat changed 'vertx' to '-1' in ##java 2018.01.15 01:16
sonOfRa changed 'vertx' from 'Vert.x is a lightweight, high performance application platform for the JVM that's designed for modern mobile web, and enterprise applications. It is a polyglot framework primarily written in Java (http://vertx.io) with bindings for practically any language that can run inside the JVM. Vertx uses insecure password hashes by default. Not recommended.' to 'Vert.x is a lightweight, high performance application platform for the JVM that's designed for modern mobile web, and enterprise applications. It is a polyglot framework primarily written in Java (http://vertx.io) with bindings for practically any language that can run inside the JVM. Vertx uses insecure password hashes by default. Not recommended.' in '#java-talk' 2018.01.15 01:13
dreamreal changed 'odinsbane' to '57' in ##java 2018.01.15 08:09
surial changed 'lizzie' to '1' in ##java 2018.01.14 04:34
cheeser changed 'eclipse is a piece of shit' to '111' in ##java 2018.01.13 05:30
pr3d4t0r changed 'tazle' to '47' in private channel 2018.01.11 10:39
Bombe changed 'rubber ducking' to '1' in ##java 2018.01.11 07:38
ron changed 'foddo' to '23' in #java-talk 2018.01.10 03:55
dreamreal changed 'odinsbane' to '56' in ##java 2018.01.09 12:09
surial changed 'undertow' from 'a web server written in java with a nice API for bootstrapping an embedded HTTP server into your application. Even offers non-blocking handlers if you really want to go there. http://undertow.io/. alternatives: ~jetty, ~tomcat. Make sure to download via maven because the site is not HTTPS: https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/io.undertow' to 'a web server written in java with a nice API for bootstrapping an embedded HTTP server into your application. Even offers non-blocking handlers if you really want to go there. http://undertow.io/. alternatives: ~jetty, ~tomcat. Make sure to download via maven because the site is not HTTPS: https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/io.undertow' in '##java' 2018.01.09 11:06
surial changed 'tomcat' from 'Apache's servlet container (a web server, basically), which used to be the official reference implementation for the Servlet and JSP specifications. It's generally held in high regard by everyone except those who know it well. See https://tomcat.apache.org . Alternatives: ~undertow, ~jetty.' to 'Apache's servlet container (a web server, basically), which used to be the official reference implementation for the Servlet and JSP specifications. It's generally held in high regard by everyone except those who know it well. See https://tomcat.apache.org . Alternatives: ~undertow, ~jetty.' in '##java' 2018.01.09 11:03
surial changed 'jetty' from 'an open-source, standards-based, full-featured web server implemented entirely in Java. See https://www.eclipse.org/jetty for more information. Alternatives: ~undertow, ~tomcat.' to 'an open-source, standards-based, full-featured web server implemented entirely in Java. See https://www.eclipse.org/jetty for more information. Alternatives: ~undertow, ~tomcat.' in '##java' 2018.01.09 11:02
surial changed 'freeone3000' to '269' in ##java 2018.01.09 10:17
surial changed 'homework' from 'We don't answer homework-style questions here. Homework assignments 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 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 '##java' 2018.01.09 10:01
dreamreal changed 'stummi' to '57' in ##java 2018.01.09 09:33
surial changed 'kobalt' from 'a build system featuring build files written in Kotlin. It can be used for multiple languages, just the *build* system is written in Kotlin. See http://beust.com/kobalt/home/index.html for details. Make sure to download via https://github.com/cbeust/kobalt/releases' to 'a build system featuring build files written in Kotlin. It can be used for multiple languages, just the *build* system is written in Kotlin. See http://beust.com/kobalt/home/index.html for details. Make sure to download via https://github.com/cbeust/kobalt/releases' in '##java' 2018.01.08 07:29
dreamreal changed 'cheeser' to '1,418' in #kotlin 2018.01.08 01:23
dreamreal changed 'cheeser' to '1,417' in ##java 2018.01.08 10:59
dreamreal changed 'psybur' to '-8' in ##java 2018.01.08 08:56