Archive for the ‘Programming’ Category

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Bit Twiddling Hacks

November 2, 2007

First take a look at this link , and then check this link out.

What would you say about this? Don’t tell me Java people are stupid, but if you only know programming in Java, that is terrible.

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Java Synchronize

September 13, 2007

Java 5 made numerous changes to various aspects of “Java”. In fact, it was probably the biggest update Java has ever made, bringing dozens of new language syntax features, compiler enhancements, and scores of new APIs. In the wake of all these large changes (enums, generics, annotations), we tend to forget about the smaller API additions and how they effect our development. A prime example of this are the concurrency libs.  Read more

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170+ Expert Ideas From World’s Leading Developers

September 13, 2007

Read at:
170+ Expert Ideas From World’s Leading Developers | Developer’s Toolbox:

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Why I Hate Frameworks

August 1, 2007

“I’m currently in the planning stages of building a hosted Java web application (yes, it has to be Java, for a variety of reasons that I don’t feel like going into right now). In the process, I’m evaluating a bunch of J2EE portlet-enabled JSR-compliant MVC role-based CMS web service application container frameworks. And after spending dozens of hours reading through feature lists and documentation, I’m ready to gouge out my eyes.” A great post about frameworks. Read more

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Yet Another Operator Overloading Abuse

July 30, 2007

If you’ve worked as a C++ programmer for long enough, I’m sure you have plenty of stories about operator overloading abuse. Today, Jake Wyland shares the worst abuse he’s seen to date ...read more

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HTTP Authentication Woes

July 25, 2007

HTTP Authentication may be RESTful, but it’s not very USEful. Read more

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Prevent Session Hijacking in Web Application

July 25, 2007

Trying to prevent session hijacking is a pain in the butt, especially since replay attacks by-pass pretty much any mechanism you can put into place (aside from using HTTPS). I’ve read suggestions about using things liked hashed (with a salt) User-Agent strings that get appended to the url and checked, in addition to the actual session id (coming from a cookie). Anyone have a particular idea that works well, or have any suggestions on things that really should be avoided? See  more at link