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Switch Java versions on Mac OS X

Switch Java versions on Mac OS X

Reading Time: 3 minutesNote: At the time of writing, the OS in question is Mac OS X High Sierra 10.13.6. Mac OS X contains a rudimentary amount of developer tools underneath the shiny user interface. These packaged tools get outdated very fast, and developers are left scrambling to get the updated tools installed. Java, as a matter of fact, doesn’t come installed by default nowadays. My weapon of choice: Brew. Back to the topic. When updating my server and Invoice Ninja settings, I…

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PADate.class

PADate.class

Reading Time: 1 minuteI am close to my wits’ end (for now), so I decided to run PADate.class for fun through a Java decompiler: import java.util.GregorianCalendar; public class PADate { private GregorianCalendar gc; public PADate() { this.gc = new GregorianCalendar(); this.gc.set(11, 0); this.gc.set(13, 0); this.gc.set(14, 0); } public PADate(int paramInt1, int paramInt2, int paramInt3) { this.gc = new GregorianCalendar(); this.gc.set(1, paramInt1); this.gc.set(2, paramInt2 – 1); this.gc.set(5, paramInt3); this.gc.set(11, 0); this.gc.set(13, 0); this.gc.set(14, 0); } public PADate nextDayOfWeek(String paramString) { PADate localPADate = new…

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Woopra Chat

Woopra Chat

Reading Time: 1 minuteRecently, I have used Woopra as my forth¬†statistic¬†tool for this blog. Yes I am that manic about stats. Anyway, Woopra is one kick-ass program. It uses the usual javascript codings and Java to deliver real-time statistics straight on the desktop. I get a kick from looking at the pinging dots on the world map, which signify people going through page after page on the site. Not only that, there is a live chatting function! I can chat with visitors in…

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