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301 Moved PermanentlyBoris Kirzner

Sat, 29 Mar 2008 14:35:47 +0000

This blog has permanently moved to http://boris.kirzner.info/blog/(image)


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The rule of thumbBoris Kirzner

Thu, 03 Jan 2008 09:12:30 +0000

If you may configure something using Spring — never ever try to configure the same thing with Hibernate. Sorry, Gavin.(image)


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Is the modern software getting more and more humanlike?Boris Kirzneridea_cannot_message.gif

Thu, 20 Dec 2007 17:10:47 +0000

The colleague of mine just got this from his IntelliJ IDEA 7.0.2: At least it apologizes…(image)


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Good old IE bug?Boris Kirzner

Mon, 12 Nov 2007 12:54:01 +0000

May someone explain me why the following HTML code is causing IE6 SP2 crash?
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Playing around with IntelliJ IDEA 7Boris Kirzneridea7-lookup.png

Tue, 30 Oct 2007 08:11:06 +0000

There is something charming in those small things IDE developers make for us.(image)


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Mainsoft makes one more step forward to developing Grasshopper communityBoris Kirzner

Wed, 11 Jul 2007 12:52:08 +0000

This week Mainsoft introduced a new source of information for all Grasshopper users: «The Grasshoppers» blog. Although currently there is only one person actually blogging there, this is a promising step forward to developing a rich community of both Grasshopper users and developers. By the way, it worth to take a look at full Grasshopper […](image)


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Mono and CafePressBoris Kirznermono_cup.jpg

Tue, 26 Jun 2007 06:36:25 +0000

Since CafePress is still lacking any kind of Mono project stuff, I decided to make one of my own. There is nothing better than starting you morning with a good cup of Mono…(image)


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Source code inspection framework wantedBoris Kirzner

Mon, 11 Jun 2007 08:07:27 +0000

Another example of problem similar to hashCode() mutability is an option for broken «consistent with equals» contract imposed by implementation of java.util.TreeSet while implementing java.util.Comparator. Actually, both of these cases (as well as a numerous others) are just an evidence of much wider problem – the requirement to follow some kind of contract various infrastructure […](image)


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A new security blog aroundBoris Kirzner

Tue, 05 Jun 2007 08:32:35 +0000

Imperva CTO, Amichai Shulman has launched his own security-oriented blog. He moistly writes about enterprise security «metas», providing a lot of valuable background information resources. A must-read for any enterprise-level developer.(image)


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Back to hashCode() mutabilityBoris Kirzner

Tue, 29 May 2007 12:55:44 +0000

My «HashSet.contains(): does your basket contain something?» post got too expected responses: «There is no way to avoid this behavior, why should you expect something else?». Sure this behavior can not be changed — it’s in nature of any hashed collection. I do not expect anyone to tilt at windmills. What I do expect is, […](image)


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Bad day for blogging?Boris Kirzner

Wed, 16 May 2007 08:17:58 +0000

Both Monologue and ASP.Net Weblogs seem to be down for some time.(image)


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C# 3.0 Automatic PropertiesBoris Kirzner

Wed, 16 May 2007 07:18:22 +0000

Yesterday I read two excellent posts about C# 3.0 automatic properties feature: ScottGu’s «New C# “Orcas” Language Features: Automatic Properties, Object Initializers, and Collection Initializers» and Bart De Smet’s «C# 3.0 Automatic Properties explained». It was a pleasure to see that my old «A programming language pattern idea» hit straight to the point. By the […](image)


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One mystery lessBoris Kirzner

Sun, 25 Mar 2007 07:18:33 +0000

I was always curious to know what is the engine behind the Miguel’s blog, and now there is an answer from his own. Lame Blog looks both powerful and simple enough to suit my needs. I think I’ll try it soon.(image)


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Mainsoft out, Imperva in.Boris Kirzner

Wed, 21 Feb 2007 10:05:16 +0000

I’m changing my employee, leaving Mainsoft and moving to Imperva. I’ve already get a farewell present better I could ever imagine: support for Visual Basic in Mono was announced. Thanks to Rolf, Miguel, Lluis and others who made this happen. Working with Mono team was one of the best professional experience occasions I ever had. […](image)


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My private IDE war : small things make a big difference.Boris KirznerVisual Studio 2005 key mappingsIntellij IDEA key mappings

Mon, 11 Dec 2006 13:34:18 +0000

For the last three years I need to develop in both Java and C# side-by-side, which means almost simultaneous work with different IDEs. Thus the simple and intuitive interface is a must for keeping a productivity pace. And probably the most used and critical feature is a hot key shortcuts for navigating, debugging, refactoring and […](image)


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HashSet.contains(): does your busket contain something?Boris Kirzner

Sun, 01 Oct 2006 21:35:47 +0000

When you put some good into your supermarket basket, you really suppose it will stay there, don’t you? Well, we’re living inside materialistic world. All of us, except Java programmers. Consider the following Entity class: public static class Entity { private String _name; private int _count; public Entity(String name, int count) { _name = name; […](image)


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Visual Studio developers, welcome to Mac OSX :)Boris KirznerClick to view full screenshot

Thu, 28 Sep 2006 10:14:03 +0000

Yes, we did it. The fruit of mine and Rafi’s work: .Net IBuySpy application running on Tomcat on Mac OSX (using Grasshopper 1.8): N.B. This post was originally created 100% totally using Mac OSX Safari.(image)


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Bytecode viewer tools: Jclasslib vs Classfile Inspector.Boris Kirzner

Thu, 24 Aug 2006 12:59:52 +0000

Comparison overview of bytecode viewer applications Jclasslib Bytecode Viewer 3.0 by ej-technologies and Classfile Inspector 2.0 by Industrial Software Technology. Introduction Recently I faced with a need to inspect a Java bytecode in order to create a tests for bytecode processing application. Googling around showed that the market of the bytecode viewers is narrow and […](image)


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«We bee!» aka Visual Basic reloadedBoris Kirzner

Sun, 20 Aug 2006 09:58:00 +0000

Last time we (me, Rafi and others) were working on new Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll implementation, fully rewriting it in Visual Basic and extending the library with .NET 2.0 features. New implementation brings a both quality and coverage breakthrough, passing 3200 tests more that the old one. Thanks to Rolf it now can be compiled with vbnc, making it true «VB implemented in VB». Its now a community time to pick up the «Coding Flame» […](image)


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