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Ansible from the Trenches

Although its name might suggest something different on Wikipedia, Ansible is an open source framework that is capable of automating various system tasks like setting up a server, deploying and configuring applications and command execution (See Ansibleworks.com). Ansible can run across many virtual machines without the need to augment it with other tools. For distribution […]

Checking return values in Java

Checking return values in Java

The other day I made a stupid coding error. It took me the better part of an hour to track it down. We all have those moments. Blame it on a bad night’s sleep, a brain fart, or perhaps the fact that your colleague at the next desk has been whistling that tune from Gotye’s […]

From the trenches: Rendering Twitter Bootstrap form inputs for Spring-MVC with FreeMarker macros

From the trenches: Rendering Twitter Bootstrap form inputs for Spring-MVC with FreeMarker macros

This is the first entry in a new series of what we hope will become a regular appearance on our Trifork blog: “from the trenches”, with blogs that explain in a no-nonsense just-the-tech fashion how we applied certain tools, technologies, libraries and frameworks in our own projects to solve real-world challenges that we faced while […]