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Lorenzo Puccetti

Lorenzo Puccetti is a software developer/architect living and working in London, England. When not at work Lorenzo enjoys swimming, playing the guitar, spending time with his wife,friends and family.


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Java back in the 1930s.

Posted by unoinpiu on May 15, 2009 at 5:48 AM PDT

Consider the following interface:

public interface X
   public void doSomething() 

and two implementations:

public class Good implements X
   public void doSomething() { ; } 	
public class Bad implements X
   public void doSomething() { throw new RuntimeException(""); } 	

Let's have a convenience class ExcpnChecker with just one static meth

Mutual Exclusion In JavaSpaces

Posted by unoinpiu on May 12, 2007 at 12:35 AM PDT

A few months ago I wrote a blog about javaspaces and its (lack of ?) popularity. The blog fuelled an interesting debate.
Yet, some of my concerns remained unanswered.

Why is javaspaces technology not as successful as it should be ?

Posted by unoinpiu on January 28, 2007 at 7:36 AM PST

When I got myself a blog I thought I'd have used it to talk about the java technologies I use everyday.
Whether it is Spring, XStream or less popular open-sources, the idea was to divulge what I was learning to the benefit of the java community and my own.

Today instead I feel like writing about javaspaces but, not to discuss about some good practice I learnt, but to ask

Can XML capture the Dependency Injection pattern ?

Posted by unoinpiu on December 6, 2006 at 2:15 PM PST

Can XML capture the Dependency Injection pattern ?

Xml is a great language for describing structured data. But it works
less well when people use it to describe control flow.

A Dynamic Language For Bean Factory

Posted by unoinpiu on November 30, 2006 at 12:47 PM PST

A Dynamic Language For BeanFactory

A Dynamic Language For BeanFactory.

One of the things I like the most about the Spring-IOC-container is its