Upgrading Jekyll Bootstrap
As you may know, this blog uses Jekyll Bootstrap as engine. Yeah, Jekyll Bootstrap uses Twitter-Bootstrap, but, it uses the version 2.0.x (mine is 2.0.4, don’t remember if I update or if it hsa like this since the begin of times), and the version 2.1.0 is comming!
Like you can see in the @twbootstrap twitter profile, 2.1.0 will be released a few days!
Rocking out with Google Guava
According to the
project site on GitHub,
The Guava project contains several of Google’s core libraries that we rely on
in our Java-based projects: collections, caching, primitives support,
concurrency libraries, common annotations, string processing, I/O, and so
Guice Junit test-runner
Yesterday, I wrote a small article
talking about Guice and JUnit, so, this time, I’ll just say how to use the
small lib that I build (not big deal, one class, one annotation =] )
Guice and JUnit
First of all: Do you use Guice as Depency Injection Container in your Apps?
If not, why?
Linux and MTP: Just a hell
Recently I bought a Samsung Galaxy X phone (brazilian Nexus). Yeah, it is a
pretty cool device, fast, etc etc… oh, yep, a little expensive too…