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The BileBlog » Blog Archive » Ofbiz EE: Forgotten but not forgiven
It was in this crazy spring that the Ofbiz entity engine made a name for itself. Scorched by the false prophet of entity beans, fashion victims everywhere ...
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If you’re smart enough to know some small measure of java and to sign up for a JRoller account, you should be smart enough to know that you should just edit ...
The BileBlog » Blog Archive » Freeroller vs Javablogs shootout
Freeroller’s service level has gone up a bit, and javablogs’ has dropped, so I think it’s now fair to have a fight between them. So to celebrate javablogs ...
The BileBlog » Blog Archive » mergere, maven's crowning glory
Mergere, for those of you with better things to do with your lives than follow every ridiculous idea in javaland, is a new ‘venture’ where some VC type ...
The BileBlog » Blog Archive » Move over frameworks, here come the ...
Apr 8, 2004 ... Given that there are so many frameworks and solutions out there, they figured the perfect product would be a…meta-framework! ...
The BileBlog » Blog Archive » I hate you all
All I read is Java + Web, JSP shit, and another one complaining about Tomcat dying at 15 redeploys geez man ... Seun Osewa Says: June 21st, 2004 at 4:21 pm ...
The BileBlog » Blog Archive » mergere, maven's crowning glory
I’m sure that perusing it will make everything clear, and we’ll all think ‘aha! if only I thought of ... 21 Responses to “mergere, maven's crowning glory” ...
The BileBlog » Blog Archive » Press release: Atlassian promises ...
Well, if you need a _real_ (functional ;-) ) issue/defect tracker, for larger projects, you should probably try SolveDirect ( ...
The BileBlog » Blog Archive » CPU based pricing
Oct 14, 2003 ... A leading source of sourness is CPU-based pricing. .... But when I, or Consumer Reports, or anyone reputable, discusses the price of the car ...
The BileBlog » Blog Archive » Dumb IDEA Plugins
While perusing in search of the latest and greatest IDEA plugins, I couldn’t help but notice how some of them are…well…useless. ...
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