If you are interested in what’s new for Camel 4 and what the roadmap for 2023 looks like, please check this blog post on the official Apache Camel blog.
Last week I wrote a blog post for the Apache Camel blog where I discussed about the performance improvements for Camel 4. Check it out to get an insight about what to expect.
A little more than three years ago I wrote a series of posts describing how to use Apple’s HomeKit to control the power of a desktop (or home server). The idea was to implement a solution that allowed me to turn the computer on or off using my iOS / iPadOS devices. The posts described […]
It seems like a lot of the folks in the tech community is either moving away from Twitter or creating a secondary account on Mastodon. I did the same, so now I also have an account on Mastodon. I’ll continue using Twitter and LinkedIn, but I’ll see how things progress on each one of them […]
Haiku is an open source operating system inspired by BeOS, an operating system developed by Be Inc in the 90s. Although it’s still in a beta phase, Haiku is surprisingly fast and responsible. You can find many reviews on the web about it. During the last few days I have been playing with it on […]
Have nothing better to do this – long, if you are in Czech Republic – weekend? Why not try Apache Maven Daemon, instead? Updates: – 2022-09-23: the script was updated to Maven Daemon version 0.8.1. Well, sadly if you are developing your Java code on an Apple Silicon Mac, there’s no ARM build yet due […]
If you are using a @Logitech MX Keys on multiple OSes you will notice that it prints a few different characters on MacOS than it does on Linux and Windows. I have never found a way to force it to behave the same way on all operating systems. Although you can tweak a bit using […]
Note: this text was mostly translated automatically from the original post in Portuguese 2 years ago. In this post I will show you how to make a KVM-switch for Linux using only software and some compatible hardware. I am using Fedora as my Linux distribution, but I believe the steps would be similar for Ubuntu, […]
For the last few days I have been attending the online JChampions Conference. This conference is organized and featured by Java Champions (widely recognized members of the Java community). As I promised on Twitter, I selected a couple of talks from the event that I liked very much (I almost feel guilty of selecting just […]
I have a few large git repositories that were very slow when I accessed them from my Mac. I tried to solve the problem with different things: running git gc, disabling plugins, running OS X maintenance with Onyx, but nothing was solving the problem. It seems that the problem is caused by OMZ reading the […]