BASHŌ (芭蕉) - An Exporter for Calibre

The first version of my Calibre export tool got released today!

Custom Operators in Swift

Swift is quite a flexible language, providing you with many tools to modify and augment it as you seem fit. One of these augmentations is the support for custom or overloaded operators.

Build-Time Variables in Go

Setting variables at build-time can provide valuable metadata to our application that wasn’t available when writing the code or even at runtime. We can control feature-flags, or build information, like a version number, without updating the Go-code constantly.

Java Interface vs. Abstract Class

Even though interfaces and abstract classes have many similarities at first look, especially after introducing default methods, they have different use-cases and capabilities.

Java Spliterator Explained

Java has multiple types for traversing elements of a source. My last article showed how java.util.Iterator<T> and java.util.ListIterator<T> can be used to traverse data structures like Collections. The concept of iterators is supported since Java 1.2, but got a new relative, java.util.Spliterator<T>, in Java 8.


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