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Have you wanted to do something with asynchronous I/O? I did. After doing some work with Node.js, I wanted to find a way to get some of the goodness of its programming model for Java. The Acteur project is the result - a framework for building scalable, asynchronous web applications using Netty + Guice - was the result. The programming model is a little unusual - you treat constructors as...
on Apr 7, 2013


A few thoughts on how logging ought to be over at my new blog.
on Dec 5, 2012


My grade-school friend Jonathan Locke, who is the creator of Wicket sent me a fascinating brainstorm the other day. Particularly in light of all of the hoo-hah around AJAX these days, I asked him for the OK to blog it. Here's what he had to say: it hit me today like a ton of bricks that a wicket app should be able to seamlessly fuse with swing so that there is no code boundary between the two....
on Feb 1, 2006
I just committed some changes to NetBeans key bindings handling, so that mac users will get key bindings that are much more like other mac apps (no change for Windows or Linux users). Specifically what's different: Ctrl -> Command - everything that normally maps to Ctrl will use the Command key instead, except where that's impossible (Command-H always hides the app, Command-Q always quits,...
on Sep 8, 2004