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December 2012

Eclipse Tweak: Show more ‘recent workspaces’

I like to keep my projects categorized into various workspaces when working with eclipse. This help me keep my work organized and keeps eclipse from indexing all the stuff at once. Also, this way it takes less toll on my… Continue Reading →

Setting Up Sonar

Even if we know everything about code quality, the human error factor will still persist. There is always a chance of making some error, as we are human after all. Some, if not all such errors can be brought to… Continue Reading →

When are Custom Exceptions worth it?

There is a common practice of making new custom exceptions which extend Exception class. These exceptions are given names in order to make the code readable. Although these make the code readable, but the overhead something one cannot be forgiven… Continue Reading →

Returning From Finally Block

Here I am posting another very strange fact about java. I mentioned something about exit points in my short and sweet post http://lekhak.tumblr.com/post/38312047723/single-exit-point-funda In this post, I’ve stated that exceptions can be considered as exit points from a method. Well… Continue Reading →

Modifying A Final Variable

Have you ever tried to update a final variable? Or it always has been holy and heavenly enough to try and update? Well I came across this piece of information a few months ago, I so wanted to read the… Continue Reading →

Wherez The Passion Programmers?

Something that I have felt for a long time was summed up beautifully in a single quote from an unknown author. It said If construction workers made as crappy houses as us programmers make crappy software, civilizations would’ve crumble overnight…. Continue Reading →

Coding and the Cross: Google code prettify + Tumblr = love

ghoti143:

So you’ve got a Tumblr blog. And you craft code. From time to time, you might want to show that code off to the world. May I submit to you Google Code Prettify? This is the dogfood that Google uses to power code.google.com, so it has to be good, right? (You better say yes lest all your email,…

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Coding and the Cross: Google code prettify + Tumblr = love

ghoti143: So you’ve got a Tumblr blog. And you craft code. From time to time, you might want to show that code off to the world. May I submit to you Google Code Prettify? This is the dogfood that Google… Continue Reading →

So You’ve Heard of ‘Static’

Statics must be judicially used. And that too very carefully. One must be very clear of the implementation and must have all the below mentioned points in mind. Reasons why one shouldn’t use statics- 1. They are a permanent resident… Continue Reading →

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