Author Archives: Fernando Takai

Developing The New Herd

As you may, or may not know, for the last week, i’ve being trying to develop a new version for The Herd – the Ubiquity command aggregator. I took this decision because the actual version does not work at all … Continue reading

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Using Oracle Coherence with Grails Part I

Where i work, each with we’re assigned to a different tasks. My tasks this week are: test Beehive Webservices (i’ll post about it later) and test Oracle Coherence and Terracota. I decided to start with Coherence because it really called … Continue reading

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Auto Increment On A Oracle DB

This week i have a task: explore JHeadstart — Easy — specially if you follow their (uncommented) tutorial. But, when you start to build your own app, things start to get a little confusing (and, difficult) — specially because, by … Continue reading

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Grails Auto Complete

Yesterday i finished my script for command completion on grails. It’s quite complete right now (not perfect, but almost complete). I thought it would be more difficult to do it, but thanks to tutorials (here and here) and the other … Continue reading

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Ajude a sustentar a Wikipédia e outros projetos, sem colocar a mão no bolso, e concorra a um Eee PC!

…e também a pen drives, card drives, camisetas geeks, livros e mais! O BR-Linux e o Efetividade lançaram uma campanha para ajudar a Wikimedia Foundation e outros mantenedores de projetos que usamos no dia-a-dia on-line. Se você puder doar diretamente, … Continue reading

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Adding Autocomplete to a Python Console

I really love python. It’s a great language (fyi it’s one of the languages that google uses — they are java, python, c and c++) and has a powerful console. But, it misses an great point: autocomplete. (A think that … Continue reading

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Why i like Groovy

This is why i like groovy. I follow an brazilian java list, and last week, a guy posted some logic exercices in java. One of them was: Given an array of numbers, create a function that searches all instances of … Continue reading

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