During the past couple of months I’ve kept a log of all my git usage. Trying to get a list of all the typical stuff one needs to do. This post list these with git commands and some explanation of … Continue reading
Author Archives: Michael Willer
My colleague Sten Vesterli, author of the book “Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development – Made Simple”, has just published a new book on Packt Publishing. Again the subject is ADF with emphasis on new ADF developers starting out.
There has been a lot of discussion about Cloud-based services and the likelihood of your data ending up in the hands of a number of national security related organisations.
Læs min artikel om Git i Scott/Tigers nyhedsbrev: Få styr på versioneringen To my english readers: Danish this time – sorry. I’ll translate the linked article soon.
Well, I finally had the nerve to signup for the exam. And I passed with a 81% score. So now it’s official.
Good news! Oracle has released JDeveloper 12c to the public. Lots and lots of changes, new features and stuff to check out. Futher good news: This version is done in collaboration with the Netbeans team so expect some Netbeans coolness … Continue reading
I got this question recently: Why do you use git when we have svn already? The easy and smart-xxxx answer is “Because I can..” – but that’s not acurate. So if you’ll allow me – I’ll just get on top … Continue reading
A bit off topic – and not even in english … Gratis Oplevelser i København (http://grop.dk) er et site, der lister gratis arrangementer i København. To personer, der gør et kæmpe stykke arbejde fordi … de kan. Som de selv … Continue reading
Just installed a new virtual machine. The first thing I notice is that the bell sound is on in terminal. That thing drives me NUTS. Whoever thought up that beep must have had a very bad day – and decided … Continue reading
This one had me up the wall for quite a bit of while… I’ve been searching the web for all permutations of “ADF Delete button removes the wrong row” with no luck. But then I finally found the answer. When … Continue reading