You arrive at the elevator bank at work. Several others are already waiting. It’s one of those banks with 3 or 4 doors on each side and call buttons placed in the middle of each wall. An elevator arrives near you as you approach. You know you’ll be getting off soon since your floor is near […]
While this blog hasn’t been getting the attention it deserves, I have been getting a great deal of writing done. Over at Baeldung I’ve finished four posts in the past two months. There’s a good chance these titles don’t mean anything to you. No worries. Using Lombok’s @Builder Annotation A Guide to Logback Using the JetS3t API with […]
It looks like the answer is probably yes.
Yeah, I had the same kind of week, buddy.
That’s rhetorical; I’m not really asking you. This blog went silent for quite a while. While I wasn’t writing here, I was writing. I took back-to-back 10-week writing courses (with mixed results,) and I also wrote a bunch of programming blog posts. Last year I signed up for a work-for-hire spot writing for a Java Programming […]
If you’re ancient like me, this is pretty cool. Have a good weekend.
That’s all I have today.
I’ll see myself out. (Have a great weekend.)
I apologize for the extended absence. Next year will be a better one for blogging.
Dystopia is hip again. In The Children of Men humanity’s infertility leads to the rise of an autocratic “Warden” of England. In The Handmaid’s Tale, it leads to a new theocratic state that takes over part of the United States. Both of these books describe a singular event that leads to dystopia. Like the best fiction, they […]