After the 2018 survey and its lack of big surprises, here comes this year’s biggest news from the Stack Overflow annual Developer Survey, with Python surpassing Java in the overall ranking for the first time. Python outpaced C# last year and PHP…
Mircea Marghidanu, lead developer at Unity3D was our guest at Tech Talks@Tremend for a presentation on game development, code testing and human perception limits.
Springy: org aspectj weaver reflect ReflectionWorld ReflectionWorldException: warning can’t determine implemented interfaces of missing type
Here’s a quick one: if you’ve encountered the following error.
In the current project – a java based CMS – we were faced with an interesting problem: how can we dynamically create renderers to power our blocks in the html page .
In our current project we are using Spring + Hibernate Annotations.
Suppose that my login form is integrated in another page and I want to return to that page that integrated my login page.
Some languages (like Romanian) have special characters (diacritics, often called accent marks). It’s generally useful to remove diacritic marks from characters, for example when you create an index with Solr.
If you wanted to set the default value using hibernate annotations, you’ve probably had some difficulties, as it was the case for me. Some posts on the web talk about default values to the members of the Java class.
How to set the default charset to utf-8 for create table when using hibernate with java persistence annotations
Yesterday I encountered a problem when trying to persist a String value into a MySQL column of type ‘text’ (the problem also occurs for column types ‘tinytext’, ‘mediumtext’ etc.)
I found out today that MS Sql server seems to handle Unicode in a very special way. Instead of having some support a database or table level, each Unicode column have to be created as “national”. That is be either nchar, nvarchar or ntext.
The natural sort order for String fields is 0-9 A-Z so it seems a custom sorter is needed. I guess this is a normal request for any application that does a little sorting so I am surprised nothing came up during a search.