Category Archives: kamstrup

Juglr, Higgla, and DidYouMean

A productive day today! Summa DidYouMean Henrik and I sat down and pushed a preliminary did-you-mean service to Summa trunk. It’s to be considered pre-alpha quality at this stage, but it will be mature for Summa 1.5.2. It’s based on … Continue reading

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What did I mean?

It has been a long standing wish to get a good did-you-mean service shipped with Summa. And by “did-you-mean service” I mean the little helpful tip that shows up underneath the text entry when you mistype something when doing a … Continue reading

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Juglr 0.0.1

Yesterday I did two things (well many more things, especially some boring things, but I am not gonna lament those for now); I released Juglr 0.0.1 and moved the Juglr Git repository to GitHub. First about the release… Juglr 0.0.1 … Continue reading

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The case: RPC vs. Messaging

There’s a classical flamefest discussion about Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) vs. Messaging. People much brighter than me has discussed it elsewhere, but that doesn’t stop me from throwing in my 2 cents. It appears to me that there is a … Continue reading

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Solid Toys for the Boys

As some may know we have experimented quite a bit with Lucene indexes on Solid State Drives and we’ve had very good experiences with it. Seeing huge performance gains. Since we are also routinely running big applications and other heavy … Continue reading

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IntelliJ Idea Open Sourced

Wow, I must admit that the latest news from JetBrains takes me quite by surprise! But what a sweet surprise it is! Scala and Git support out of the box you say? This is more than welcome – now the … Continue reading

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An Excursion in Java Recursion

A quick Googling defines Excursion as: “a journey taken for pleasure”. Considering what I am about to blog about the title of this blog post might be a bit misleading, but you gotta give me one for the rhyme😉 As … Continue reading

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