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Using rlimit (And Why You Should)

I’ve been going through some old notes and came across a reminder of setrlimit(2). This is a C system call that allows an application to specify resource limitations on a number of ...
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Getting A List of Available Cryptographic Algorithms

How do you learn what cryptographic algorithms are available to you? The Java spec names several required ciphers, digests, etc., but a provider often offers more than that. Fortunately ...
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Getting an Infinite List of Primes in Java

A common problem is to determine the prime factorization of a number. The brute force approach is trial division (Wikipedia, Khan Academy) but that requires a lot of wasted effort if ...
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Fibonacci and Lucas Sequences

This posts touches on three of my favorite topics – math, transferring knowledge through experience (tutorial unit tests) and the importance of research. Most developers are aware ...
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Do You Have Tutorial Unit Tests?

I haven’t posted much recently because I’ve been busy with my new job. This brings up an interesting question – you are busy with a new job a lot when you’ve been doing 6- and ...
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Creating Maven Source and Javadoc Artifacts

Many people are aware of maven source and javadoc artifacts but don’t know why they would want to create them. I was definitely in this camp – I can see why people want this information ...
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Creating Sonarqube Projects

Sonarqube (nee Sonar) is da bomb. It’s not something you have to check daily but if you’re serious about quality you’ll check it during sprint planning if not weekly. Check out ...
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The Definitive Guide to Coding Style Standards

I’ve been rereading Jeff Atwood (Coding Horror) and Joel Spolsky (Joel on Software) and came across a discussion of coding style standards. It reminded me of the blog entry I was ...
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Project Student: Maintenance Webapp (editable)

This is part of Project Student. Other posts are Webservice Client With Jersey, Webservice Server with Jersey, Business Layer, Persistence with Spring Data, Sharding Integration Test ...
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Project Student: Simplifying Code With AOP

This is part of Project Student. Many people strongly believe that methods should fit within your editor window (say, 20 lines), and some people believe that methods should be even ...
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