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I took a snapshot down into a Aloa Vera or similar plant. The camera automatically focused onto the ground and the picture shows very clear a leaf at the bottom of this plant. Then I manually focused on that little animal I discovered there. Two photos taken from the same position, showing very different details. […]
The fourth edition of JavaLand had been on March 28th + 29th 2017. JavaLand is one of the biggest Java Congresses in Europe and is hosted in my home town. Yesterday I wrote my reports for an online channel as well as for a German printed magazine. Here I’ll blog about it from three personal […]
Yesterday I had my talk at JavaLand. It was all about Java 9’s great JShell, its API and a short view at its integration within NetBeans. Mathias had been so nice to take this snapshot of my talk. Although I prepared a lot of slides, I showed only a few one and demonstrated the JShell […]
This post is part of my short series about WebSockets with Java EE. Technical aspects of the WebSocket protocol WebSockets in a Java EE 7 application JSF 2.3 and WebSockets As I mentioned before, there are personal reasons which reduce my current time. Thus I divided part 2 into smaller sections. This is the second […]
I’m going to publish some photos I made during my stay on Tenerife. To publish the photos as a regular media within this blog, I need to crop them and / or reduce size and quality. However, to me these photos are still fascinating. And I hope, you like them, too. I shot today’s photo […]
Before my holidays I started this short series about WebSockets and announced more articles during February. The day I started working on this matter, my godson died. So I did (and will do) other things than writing. I broke down my next article into two smaller pieces. One of them is the following writing. The […]
This photo shows the black sand of Tenerife. The colored ones might be fragments of colored glass or stones, each piece of approximate 1 mm in size. What seems to be nice and colorful from the macro perspective, becomes a monochrome “black” (indeed dark grey) beach if observed from a greater distance.