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Dave Burke
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Greetings from Vermont! In this NixMashup, Java a Hit in 2015. Java 8 Eclipse Templates. A Spring Boot 1.3 Q&A. Fix the License #17. The Java ArrayList Mega List. Drone Love. Amazon’s Newest Drone Prototype. Joe’s Own Editor. They’re Getting So Tall! Life Lessons From the Nursing Home. #drones #java #linux
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Greetings from Vermont! It’s been a long time, but I’m happy to be back! In this NixMashup, Git Tips Of the Week. Gists in WordPress. On Spring Security. Photo Booths for Dogs. Last of the Coders. Tattoos That Unlock Your Phone. The Learning Rabbit Hole. Check-in For and By Humans.
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This NixMash Post walks through the process of creating both a Solr Http Server Collection, how we're populating the index, clear the index, rebuild it and duplicate the data in Solr Embedded.

I also raised the point of Solr 5.x seeming to be incompatible with the current release of Spring Boot and am linking to the post here in case someone has some insight on it. #solr   #java   #spring  
A big part of coding in Solr is learning about Solr Server itself, and how to control the content of the data we're developing against. This post explains how we're populating and refreshing the Indexed Data of both Solr Http Server and Solr Embedded in NixMash Spring.
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What we do at the Techaeris/MOARGeek offices when our articles make Google News.
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I went back to the old fashioned way of recording my runs, a spreadsheet. And since I'm a Linux Guy, that spreadsheet is LibreOffice Calc. The issue was calculating an accurate Minutes Per Mile as opposed to a Decimal Time/Distance figure. Now I'm happy because my running times are right! #running   #libreoffice   #calc  
Like most runners, and especially geek runners, I'm big into tracking my runs. My main measurements are distance, time and minutes-per-mile. I know there are apps that will do this for you. I used one for a while, but I decided to go back to doing it the old fashioned way: record it in a ...
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So happy for Spring this year! More than I can every remember.  #running  
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Going over the basics in configuring a Spring Boot app for Solr. Looking at dependencies, configuring the Solr Beans in Application Context, Repository signature and considerations, and a simple Service Layer implementation. #Spring   #Solr   #Java  
We're barely scratching the surface with Solr in NixMash Spring, so it seems a good time to look at the minimum configuration requirements to enjoy using Solr in Spring. We're going to look at the following issues: Solr Dependencies; Our Application Context Solr Configuration ...
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Subtitled, "The Death of the Black Popup in Eclipse." Linking the post here because I posed a question on transferring GTK+ HEX color settings. #eclipse #java
The Eclipse IDE is built with SWT, the Standard Widget Toolkit. Unlike Swing or other Java GUI Frameworks it works as a wrapper around GTK, or the Gnome Toolkit, the library underlying most Linux Desktops in Linux Mint and Ubuntu. This makes Eclipse a cleaner, more native-looking app for us ...
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After a long-time coding in IntelliJ IDEA I realized I’ve been missing Eclipse, so the foreseeable versions of NixMash Spring will be built in Eclipse Mars. This post covers how we lay the groundwork in Mars to make Eclipse NixMash Spring friendly. #java  #spring
After a long-time coding in IntelliJ IDEA I realized I've been missing Eclipse, so the foreseeable versions of NixMash Spring will be built in Eclipse Mars. That means that upcoming releases should be easily opened in both IntelliJ and Eclipse, as long as both have the necessary Spring Framework ...
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My report on the Mad River Valley Half Marathon that I ran yesterday in Waitsfield, Vermont. #running  
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A few tips and pointers for working with properties in Spring. #java   #spring  
Version 0.0.2 of Spring-Hibernate on GitHub focuses on properties handling. Populating a Hibernate MySQL connection is a pretty trivial task, right? Yes, but there are a number of angles to Spring property handling as you'll see in this post. Here's a sample output of the new Property Handling ...
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Education
  • Louisiana State University
    Information Science, 1988
  • Ball State University
    Computer Science, 1985
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A Burlington, Vermont Computer Coder and Dog Walker
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Dave Burke is a Java Developer. A Linux enthusiast who spends a lot of time walking his dog Gus.

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Author of NixMashup Links for Android available in the Google Play Store
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Java Developer and Linux Enthusiast
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Software Development, Application UI Design
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  • Dave Burke Consulting
    Owner, 21012 - present
    Android, Java and Linux-based application development.
  • Sueetie LLC
    Founder, 2008 - 2012
    Founded and Built the Sueetie Online Community Application at http://sueetie.com.
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