Category: java

  • Using SonarQube 5.4, Maven 3.3.9, Jenkins 2.19.1 on systems with both Java 1.7 and 1.8

    Hello folks! My team spent hours and hours beating our head against a Sonar deployment problem on Ubuntu Trusty (14.04 LTS). I thought I might share our findings so that you won’t have to! As you probably know, Trusty only makes Java Development Kit 1.7 available on the stock installation. The current stable version of […]

  • Back on the island.

    I spent a couple of weeks straight in the city. This is the first time I’ve done this since I’ve started working with Scott and the crew at RP. It was an overwhelming period of my life. Lots of social dynamics were fluid in a way that they have not been before. I had recently […]

  • This is getting serious.

    I might have to visit the HP on which I recently upgraded the iLO firmware… Maybe it would be good if the family visited Seattle. cjac@foxtrot:~$ ps auwx | grep ‘ping ad0.colliertech.o’ cjac 8411 0.0 0.0 10692 920 pts/8 S+ Apr25 0:32 ping ad0.colliertech.org cjac@foxtrot:~$ ping ad0.colliertech.org PING ad0.colliertech.org (208.115.126.68) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 […]

  • PocketSphinx on android via the NDK

    While working on my project for the Spring ’10 “NLP on Mobile Devices” course, I put together a PocketSphinx ndk build. You can pull it down from my git repo: $ git clone git://colliertech.org/colliertech/PocketSphinx.git I haven’t written any of the JNI marshaling functions yet, though.

  • An update

    I don’t really have anything really exciting to report, so y’all get to listen to me blather. And after all, that’s what blogs are for anyway, right? Zelda is turning 11 months old this month. This is still my favorite picture: I have been dishonorably discharged from Amazon. It seems that I am incompetent. It […]

  • Virtual Reality software

    I, like Jeff B., have been caught up in the wake of Second Life. I haven’t spent a lot of time logged in to their official client, though. I created a user on their web form and verified that it does, in fact, work on my mac laptop. The reason I registered a user was […]

  • State of the C.J. – 20060625

    C.J. Blathers about recent major changes in his life. https://colliertech.com/~cjcollier/confidential/sateOfTheCJ20060625.ogg https://colliertech.com/~cjcollier/confidential/sateOfTheCJ20060625.mp3 Mail me for credentials.

  • Shaking things up

    It’s been a hectic week, and it’s only Tuesday. My wife and I recently made a decision to move on from MySQL. My passion is software development, and my experience doesn’t lend itself well to database development. Therefore, I’m returning to Amazon on Monday, if my intel is correct. Through a strange series of coincidences, […]

  • Moved blog, took long weekend

    For those of you who want to hear me read this instead of having to do so yourself (no hyperlinks), click here for .ogg and here for .mp3. I migrated the blogs’ database and code from moonunit to avenger, both of which run Debian Sarge. Y’all should now notice a vast improvement in throughput. The […]