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  • USBasp prgrammer on issues on OS X 10.9
    on Apr 12, 2014 in Arduino Electronics
    Recently I got into Arduino and at some point moved to microcontroller programming as well. Bought myself a set of ATTiny84 chips and programmed them with my Arduino Mega 2560. Had a lot of headaches with that as well but thats another story. To simp...
  • USBasp prgrammer on issues on OS X 10.9
    on Apr 12, 2014 in Arduino Electronics
    Recently I got into Arduino and at some point moved to microcontroller programming as well. Bought myself a set of ATTiny84 chips and programmed them with my Arduino Mega 2560. Had a lot of headaches with that as well but thats another story. To simp...
  • Generating JIRA or Confluence Thread Dump for Windows service running on JREI have done very little scripting for Windows but since we moved our Atlassian stack to Windows servers I gave it a shot. I am not an administrator of those environments and I usually use OSX so I am no way an expert of Windows. But sometimes, when t...
  • Generating JIRA or Confluence Thread Dump for Windows service running on JREI have done very little scripting for Windows but since we moved our Atlassian stack to Windows servers I gave it a shot. I am not an administrator of those environments and I usually use OSX so I am no way an expert of Windows. But sometimes, when t...
  • Two days of crodaloola soapingI worked on single soap request for two days and thats because nod32 probably had a bug or my company eset setting were inadequate. Actually I don’t even care. Virus protection should not cause two days of headache – it should avoid it. S...
  • Bouncycastle encryption for PGP 2.6.x
    on Mar 10, 2009 in Uncategorized
    Thanks to David Hook who pointed me to right direction and gave ideas to keep on pushing :) The requirement: I had to integrate with external system by sending pgp encrypted xml messages to server X. Sounds easy. But the server X used pgp 2.6.3is for...
  • Wefeelfine
    on Feb 9, 2009 in Uncategorized
    I found really interesting project online. http://www.wefeelfine.org/  It monitors blogs around the world and searches for “I feel ___”  and displays whole sentence. See the author talking about this: http://www.ted.com/index.php/talk...
  • Java 3D
    on Feb 9, 2009 in Java 3d java 3d
    Today I had some time to play around with java3D and I was quite surprised. At first the learning curve seemed a bit high but I overcame that relatively quickly. Maybe because I have also played arond with some hardcore products like 3dsMax and Light...
  • Cool firefox plugin – Ubiquity
    on Feb 5, 2009 in web add-on addon firefox plugin Ubiquity
    This thing can’t get any cooler. I can do anything with that. It’s like adding another interface upon browser. And being a developer this is super cool because now only my imagination is my limit. For example my project manager wants some...
  • UML modelling tools
    on Feb 3, 2009 in Uncategorized
    Haven’t posted here a while but that’s about to change.  Few days now I have done some UML drawing with different tools and few things annoy me. UML should be unified language but it defines only how the result should look. There is no s...
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