Since I’ve been having so much trouble with the Maven site deploy on multi-module projects with GitHub Pages, I decided I should try to build my own so I can get away from crappy service of 000webhost. After all how hard can it be right? Well first I need to design the thing.
Since Really-Static doesn’t really work with GitHub pages, and looking at the source code for it gave me a bit of a headache. I decided I should just make my own simple one.
If you want to use a local SVN repository with git-svn on Windows, you need to use a downgraded version of the repository until this bug which is marked as wontfix is fixed https://code.google.com/p/msysgit/issues/detail?id=253.
Granted that I love eating the food around the Greater Toronto Area. I would never have my main campus of my company in the downtown core as suggested by the MTA director of NYC. The common problems of downtown cores like those in New York City and Toronto affect my recommendation:
- lack of free parking
- congested and confusing traffic due to the jaywalkers, aggressive drivers, random parallel parking spots, one way streets and left turn capability
Recently I have tried to optimize my integration tests for my Java EE 7 application. Previously I had used Cargo to run the server for my integration testing seeing as the team was accepting my patches to get it working for what I needed. I also used EclipseLink to do my JPA testing. Continue reading
At the moment site.trajano.net is being hosted on 000webhost. Though I don’t recommend webhost for anything where you don’t have the original publishing source, it is still a good cheap public site to try out HTML and PHP experiments. Github Pages would be a nice to have because it should be more stable though it is primarily static. Since Maven sites are just static content, it shouldn’t be too bad to deal with.
Although I don’t really recommend open source for the enterprise, delivery is another story. Unlike enterprise projects, delivery projects have a shorter life span and just needs to work in the enterprise.