In Java, CountDownLatch is a class in the JDK that is often used together with asynchronous tasks, and in tests. An example use case is when you need two HTTP requests to complete before going to the next step, like in a login form where two HTTP requests must complete before the user can start using the app.… Read More »
How to find corrupted maven artifacts in your local maven proxy.
So, your workplace or customer wants you to use Windows on your desktop. You’re a Linux-guy, possibly also a developer. How do you get by? Or maybe you are not familiar with Unix and Linux and want to try out some new tools on Windows? Read on for some tips based on my experiences!
There’s been a number of blog posts lately celebrating the use of SSD-disks for reducing build/compile times and to make your IDE snappier.
This post is about an even quicker and often cheaper alternative – mount a portion of your RAM as a drive and execute builds there!