Tag Archives: Java

Hibernate optimization: Mapping two properties to the same field

Recently spent some time optimizing code in our application. One of the things I was trying to optimize is creating a pretty big graph of objects which has lots of fields. So lets say we have: class User { …… … Continue reading

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Interesting Java-related links. Week 35-37

It’s been a while since my last post. Lots of things have changed since then. I had a nice trip to Italy with my lovely wife. I also did a professional step forward and started working in the Fitbit division … Continue reading

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Как я не ездил на JavaPoint 2015

Конференции JavaPoint/Joker которые организует JUG.RU всегда очень интересны и хардкорны. Но мня всегда не нравилось три вещи: Конференции проходят не в Минске, а значит нужно тратить кучу времени на дорогу. Первые тематические доклады начинаются около полудня, хотя этих 4 часа … Continue reading

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Interesting Java-related links. Week 13-15

These weeks didn’t have much time to dig into the feeds. However several useful articles appeared behind my eyes. Transaction strategies: Understanding transaction pitfalls – very clean explanation on what you can do wrong with transactions in your Spring, JPA, … Continue reading

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Interesting Java-related links. Week 9-11

Interesting stuff: Finally put my hands on the Raspberry PI. It’s sweet. Now it’s running 24/7 on WiFi with external harddrive attached attached. Some problems and findings: Interestingly enough Transcend drive without external AC failed to run even with the … Continue reading

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Interesting Java related Links. Week 6, 2015

Java Tutorials & Interview questions – must read before any interview to refresh your memory. CookieStore – never came across this class. It can be definitely useful when writing some small utils dealing with the network. SimpleReact – looks like … Continue reading

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Interesting Java related Links. Weeks 4-5, 2015

Direct ByteBuffer example – a nice introduction into the direct off-heap JVM memory allocation. Did my own measurements for 3.3 GB file: In my own measurements on the Linux JDK 1.8 I don’t really see any difference between direct buffer, … Continue reading

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