Sync-Async Pair Pattern – Easy concurrency on iOS

Apple provides many tools for implementing concurrency in your application. NSOperationQueue, GCD, or simply using performSelectorInBackground:withObject: that is available on each and every object, are just some examples. The tools…

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jstack to the rescue

On my current assignment we have amongst other things a Web Service. We use Apache CXF 2.3.2 as Web Services framework. The number of requests has increased heavily the last…

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Extending the JDT

A couple of weeks ago I had a look at the Motodevstudio for Android developers and I think it has some quite nice features like code snippets or wizards for…

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Getting around static typing in Scala

I really like static typing, but sometimes it can get in your way. For instance if you have a collection of objects and you want to perform an operation on the objects of a certain subclass you can run into problems.

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