AuthorDaniel Schröter

Project Lombok


Wouldn’t it be nice if you were able to write

@Getter @Setter private int age = 10;

which would generate those boilerplate setters and getters into the compiled code without messing up your source code?
With Lombok you get this and some other cool features most Java developers have on their wish list – and without setup hassle!

How to find a concurrency bug with java?


How to find a concurrency bug – this was the question I asked myself some time ago. It is always very hard to find a concurrency bug. Mostly you have no idea when it happens or if it is really a concurrency issue or some nasty bit of code. If it is a concurrency issue the question is if the bug is in your code or in a supplied library? Will the problem happen only on multicore processors or on any machine? Besides the technical problem the customer is eager to get a solution and...

Eclipse and Ant – They really get along very well!


Have you ever used your own custom ant task in the eclipse environment. Well – I have written some ant tasks and they are being used by all developers in our company. But there’s the annoying thing that I always have to add the libs containing my tasks to the classpath. Nothing easier than this you might be thinking. Add it to ants classpath in the eclipse preferences. This works on my machine but what about all other developers? What about updates to the libs? I guess I found the...

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