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CodeGeek changed 'ssdnodes' to '-2' in private channel 2021.06.30 10:36
CodeGeek changed 'ssdnodes' to '-1' in private channel 2021.06.30 10:36
dmlloyd added 'leyden' with a value of 'an OpenJDK project designed to explore bringing native image production into mainline Java: https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/discuss/2020-April/005429.html' in #java 2021.06.29 01:59
dmlloyd added 'qbicc' with a value of 'a prototype native image compiler designed to set the stage for Leyden: https://github.com/qbicc/qbicc' in #java 2021.06.29 01:58
dreamreal added 'hyperbole' with a value of 'Ohhhh hyperbole. It's the greatest word since, well, the invention of words. I can't believe you've never heard of hyperbole! You must be the worst reader-person in the known universe, worse than people named Eugene, worse than people with pansy names like Justin, worse tha' in #java 2021.06.28 04:03
dmlloyd changed 'dreamreal' to '3' in #java 2021.06.28 09:05
dreamreal changed 'dmlloyd' to '424' in #java 2021.06.28 09:05
Tenchi changed 'comefrom' to '1' in #java 2021.06.27 11:30
Tenchi changed 'comrfrom' to '1' in #java 2021.06.27 11:29
GnarlyBob changed 'candyrat' to '1' in private channel 2021.06.26 07:09
Tenchi changed 'finlonger' to '1' in private channel 2021.06.25 06:30
dreamreal added 'clark's law' with a value of 'stupidity' in #java 2021.06.24 06:11
dreamreal added 'stupidity' with a value of 'Fred Clark's Law: Sufficiently advanced incompetence is indistinguishable from malice." See https://tyrhaynes.wordpress.com/2013/11/24/the-basic-laws-of-human-stupidity-2/ .' in #java 2021.06.24 06:11
dreamreal changed 'cheeser' to '1,599' in #java 2021.06.24 05:45
hotcoffee changed 'sfisque' to '2' in #java 2021.06.24 01:25
hotcoffee changed 'jmeter' from 'jmeter is a java application designed to load test functional behaviour and measure performance, originally designed for testing web applications, but expanded to other test functions. Its home page is https://jmeter.apache.org/ , and you should consider integrating the tests on maven.' to 'jmeter is a java application designed to load test functional behaviour and measure performance, originally designed for testing web applications, but expanded to other test functions. Its home page is https://jmeter.apache.org/ , and you should consider integrating the tests on maven.' in '#java' 2021.06.24 09:02
hotcoffee added 'jmeter' with a value of 'jmeter is a java application designed to load test functional behaviour and measure performance, originally designed for testing web applications, but expanded to other test functions. It's home page is https://jmeter.apache.org/ , and you should consider integrating the tests on maven.' in #java 2021.06.24 09:00
dreamreal changed 'malazan' to '1' in private channel 2021.06.24 08:43
dreamreal changed 'pcap' from 'pcap is a library designed for capturing network traffic. Its home page is https://www.tcpdump.org/ , and if you're trying to sniff network traffic, you probably want ~wireshark like every other sane human. There is a Java API, jpcap, found at https://sourceforge.net/projects/jpcap/ , but it's really old.' to 'pcap is a library designed for capturing network traffic. Its home page is https://www.tcpdump.org/ , and if you're trying to sniff network traffic, you probably want ~wireshark like every other sane human. There is a Java API, jpcap, found at https://sourceforge.net/projects/jpcap/ , but it's really old.' in '#java' 2021.06.24 08:28
dreamreal changed 'wireshark' from 'Wireshark is a tool to allow sniffing of network traffic, basically as THE GUI for ~pcap . If you want to know what your network's actually doing, this is the way to go. See https://wireshark.org/ for more.' to 'Wireshark is a tool to allow sniffing of network traffic, basically as THE GUI for ~pcap . If you want to know what your network's actually doing, this is the way to go. See https://wireshark.org/ for more.' in '#java' 2021.06.24 08:26
dreamreal added 'pcap' with a value of 'pcap is a library designed for capturing network traffic. Its home page is https://www.tcpdump.org/ , and if you're trying to sniff network traffic, you probably want ~wireshark like every other sane human.' in #java 2021.06.24 08:25
[twisti] changed 'acuzio' to '53' in #java-talk 2021.06.23 04:11
[twisti] changed 'freeone3000' to '323' in #java-talk 2021.06.23 04:11
GnarlyBob changed 'tenchi[m]' to '2' in private channel 2021.06.23 11:31
pr3d4k4t changed 'codegeek' to '6' in private channel 2021.06.22 11:51
dreamreal changed 'jewnet' to '1' in private channel 2021.06.22 09:55
sfisque changed 'cheeser' to '1,598' in #java 2021.06.21 03:35
pr3d4k4t changed 'tenchi[m]' to '1' in private channel 2021.06.21 01:57
svm_invictvs changed 'lucifer' to '5' in #java 2021.06.21 12:34
yawkat changed 'dmlloyd' to '423' in #java 2021.06.21 10:30
GnarlyBob changed 'tiktok' to '-1' in private channel 2021.06.19 08:34
dreamreal changed 'lucifer' to '4' in #java 2021.06.19 10:46
dreamreal changed 'cheeser' to '1,597' in private channel 2021.06.18 03:52
dreamreal changed 'codegeek' to '5' in private channel 2021.06.18 02:10
dreamreal changed 'tenchi' to '1' in private channel 2021.06.18 09:33
acuzio changed 'diablo-d3' to '15' in #java-talk 2021.06.17 02:01
emanuele6 changed 'lucifer' to '3' in #java 2021.06.17 06:49
dreamreal changed 'lucifer' to '2' in #java 2021.06.17 06:49
dreamreal added 'optional' with a value of 'Optional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( https://bit.ly/3gGUIqp ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional, https://bit.ly/3wzUTuB' in #java 2021.06.17 06:48
dreamreal removed 'optional' with a value of 'Optional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( https://bit.ly/3gGUIqp ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' in #java 2021.06.17 06:47
dreamreal changed 'optional' from 'Optional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( https://bit.ly/3gGUIqp ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' to 'Optional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( https://bit.ly/3gGUIqp ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' in '#java' 2021.06.17 06:47
dreamreal added 'no,optional' with a value of 'Optional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( https://bit.ly/3gGUIqp ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' in #java 2021.06.17 06:47
dreamreal added 'optional' with a value of 'Optional ptional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( https://bit.ly/3gGUIqp ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' in #java 2021.06.17 06:47
dreamreal removed 'optional' with a value of 'Optional ptional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( http://stackoverflow.com/a/26328555 ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' in #java 2021.06.17 06:46
dreamreal added 'optional' with a value of 'Optional ptional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( http://stackoverflow.com/a/26328555 ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' in #java 2021.06.17 06:46
dreamreal removed 'optional' with a value of 'Optional ptional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( http://stackoverflow.com/a/26328555 ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' in #java 2021.06.17 06:46
dreamreal added 'optional' with a value of 'Optional ptional is not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( http://stackoverflow.com/a/26328555 ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional,' in #java 2021.06.17 06:43
dreamreal removed 'optional' with a value of '' in #java 2021.06.17 06:43
dreamreal added 'optional' with a value of '' in #java 2021.06.17 06:42
dreamreal removed 'optional' with a value of 'not something you should actually be using. In the words of the guy who added it: "You should almost never use it as a field of something or a method parameter. I think routinely using it as a return value for getters would definitely be over-use." ( http://stackoverflow.com/a/26328555 ). For useful ways to deal with nulls and more on why not to use optional, https://www.voxxed.com/blog/2015/01/embracing-void-6-refined-tricks-dealing-nulls-java/' in #java 2021.06.17 06:42