Dear Google …
… I just did a search for some business an Google and actually the first hit and the suggestion box on the right side is the perfect match for what I was looking for. The info box contains all the relevant information, including the phone number, which is a clickable link.
Now when you build OSGi bundles using Maven Tycho, you probably ran into the issue of creating a meaningful version qualifier (remember, an OSGi versions always is
major.minor.micro.qualifier, so no dash and definitely no
There are a few approaches ranging from fully manual assignment of the build qualifier, simple timestamps and timestamps based on the last Git change.
At some point my son will start surfing … the web. Now as with all other things, I’d like to protect him, but I also know, there is nothing like a 100% security, neither in real life, nor in the internet. The main task for me, as a parent, it so prepare him. I’d like a bit of technical help though. Here is my list of wishes.
For me Java 8 wasn’t a big deal … until I had to go back to Java 7. Suddenly I started missing things I started using without even realizing it. Here comes Optional<T>:
Now I have been working with the Eclipse platform for quite a while. If you do so, you already might have run into the “adaptable” mechanism the Eclipse platform provides (article on EclipseZone).