I’ve been playing with the GPIO capabilities of the Raspberry Pi before using Python, which comes with easy GPIO access for the Raspberry Pi.
Java 8 for ARM
As I’m yet not very familiar with Python I got excited when Oracle accounced Java 8 for the ARM platform, so I downloaded the JDK […]
Just some shameless self-promotion:
I recently uploaded my 3rd open-source project to SourceForge.net. It’s called jspinfo() and – for all of you who are familiar with PHP – it’s like phpinfo() but as a JSP file.
So, if you are a developer and you need some information about some common server settings, then […]
NewBase60 is a format suitable for building parts of URLs, e.g. for URL shorteners. Instead of just using numbers for the short links it uses letters as well, while internally still using […]
I’ve been playing around with Apache James, a complete email server written in Java, in the last few months and I’d like to share some of my thoughts about it. (I’ll focus on version 2.3.2 as the 3.0 version is still in beta.)
Apache James is a flexible, highly configurable […]
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