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Joerg Plewe

Joerg Plewe is a (desktop-) Java developer since 2000 and has been in many areas of IT ranging from embedded programming to bioinformatics and games before. Joerg studied physics and used to work with many languages like C/C++, Forth, Lisp, assembly and others in all kinds of environments. He has four kids, enjoys sports such as cycling, underwater-rugby and flying around in light aircrafts - as aviation is his passion. In 2007 he was honored by being chosen as a founding member of the NetBeans Dreamteam.

 

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50.000 times too slow?

Posted by herkules on July 19, 2010 at 4:44 AM PDT

Recently I was in urged to do a web project with the latest and coolest web framework Ruby on Rails.

That's just one line of code grabbed from somewhere:

fully concentrate on business logic...

Posted by herkules on March 4, 2010 at 1:41 PM PST

How often have I read about cool new technologies where, after all, the programmer can now 'fully concentrate on the business logic'.

This meanwhile happens since at least 20 years so I wonder why still anybody does something else than concentrating on the 'business logic'?

Eclipse, COM ... nothing new...

Posted by herkules on February 26, 2010 at 6:22 AM PST

When reading http://www.eclipsezone.com/articles/what-is-iadaptable/ I got the impression that certain solutions always come back, are quite universal and independant of domain, language or environment.

Simple things just work .... Ant 1.8

Posted by herkules on February 17, 2010 at 5:57 AM PST

I recently got pointed to that link: http://java.dzone.com/news/ant-18-scanning-leaves-171

I read the news with some pleasure reminding me that I still like Ant based builds very much over Maven in many cases.

Bundle-Bee - transparent, grid-distributed OSGi computing

Posted by herkules on January 28, 2010 at 4:43 AM PST

In my famous company innoQ I currently have the opportunity to work on a real cool tool: Bundle-Bee. It claims to be able to take any OSGi bundle and distribute the computational load to an ad-hoc grid (e.g. all machines in an office) without special setup or configuration.

RMI .... cool somehow

Posted by herkules on January 1, 2010 at 6:31 AM PST

Happy New Year folks!

iRant

Posted by herkules on November 28, 2009 at 10:59 AM PST

Do you know that feeling? Something annoys you and you have to tell somebody? This is the bare reason for this blog entry. Don't read it. It is just for me to make me feel better.

WYLIWYT - where you look is where you type in NetBeans

Posted by herkules on October 4, 2007 at 1:25 PM PDT

In my latest blog
I wrote about the TrackIR device and my Java binding
JTrackIR.

Head banging...

Posted by herkules on September 30, 2007 at 10:58 AM PDT

TrackIR is a headtracking device that currently is quite popular amongst gamers, especially in the simulation community.
It consists of a small device to be placed on top of the monitor and a prepared base cap with three IR reflecting strips.
JTrackIR is my Java binding.

A simple physics/dynamics stack

Posted by herkules on September 23, 2007 at 10:09 AM PDT

Are you doing engineering using Java? Or even science? Than you sometimes might need to calculate how objects move under
the impression of forces and torques.