Monthly Archives: February 2015

Why Checkstyle matters…

I’ve read something about ZeroMQ and its java clone recently and decided I should give it a try. JeroMQ is quite small project (same as ZeroMQ I guess), so I decided to checkout the sources directly, since that usually gives … Continue reading

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Tyrus 1.10

Tyrus 1.10 is a maintenance relase, so unfortunately no cool new features to highlight, but we were able to add some new examples – Shared collection and BTC Xchange. Complete list of fixed issues is below. I would like to … Continue reading

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Is WebSocket Session really thread safe?

Todays article would be about one simple use-case of JSR-356: Java API for WebSocket. This was brought to my attention by Mark Thomas, who¬†started¬†relatively long thread on the jsr356-experts mailing list. The described problem can be simplified to following code: … Continue reading

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