Curl is awesome for getting things done. Whether it’s downloading files, spamming the local library’s website or simply messing around you can rest assured Curl has a use. Have you ever uploaded an artifact to your Nexus repository and immediately grimaced as the realization that you’ve uploaded [the wrong file|to the incorrect path|it’s a picture […]
I can only imagine your plight if you’ve landed up here. So, you’re trying to run the latest version of Liferay DXP 7.0 inside a Docker container which is managed within an OpenShift containerized environment deployed on top of Amazon AWS 🙂 Oh what fun! Well, this is what I’ve been working on for some […]
My day job currently has me playing with WSO2’s Identity Server. In very simple terms, Identity Server is used for identity and Entitlement management across applications within an environment. It’s quite a comprehensive product and is worth a look if you need to solve problems related to authentication, authorization, provisioning etc within your organisation. By […]
I found myself doing some end user PC maintenance this afternoon and came across a scenario that required me to access Windows’ built in administrator account. However, the laptop I was working on didn’t have this account enabled so I needed to find a way to enable it. It’s quite simple so I thought I’d […]
I came across this very interesting article about foods that, well, make you stupid. http://www.fitnea.com/11-intelligence-killing-foods-you-need-to-avoid Food for thought?
It happens from time to time that an Eclipse-based IDE might need to use a version of Java other than the one on your classpath. It’s pretty simple to set this up in your eclipse.ini file – or whichever configuration file your specific Eclipse-based IDE may use. Here’s what you need to have as the […]
Love it or hate, Maven is an essential part of many development environments. One of the things I like about Maven is its’ ability to quickly generate a project skeleton to help get you started.
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