Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta. developer.okta.com

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10+ YEARS


Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Erik's Desktop

Erik's desktop.

Posted in General at Mar 12 2003, 08:36:15 PM MST 1 Comment

The Man. The Myth - Erik Hatcher!

The Man. The Myth - Erik Hatcher!

Posted in General at Mar 12 2003, 07:33:22 PM MST Add a Comment

First preso was on TINI - embedded Java - VERY cool! http://www.ibutton.com/tini

Posted in General at Mar 12 2003, 07:14:13 PM MST Add a Comment

At the meeting - I can already tell I'll probably delete half of these...

At the meeting - I can already tell I'll probably delete half of these...

Posted in General at Mar 12 2003, 06:07:13 PM MST Add a Comment

Dinner.

Dinner.

Posted in General at Mar 12 2003, 05:57:29 PM MST Add a Comment

Mophoto-ing begins!

I'm off on my first MoPhoto Adventure. Watch this site for pictures as they happen. Hopefully, Erik will make an appearance on this site as the night rolls on. ;-)

Posted in General at Mar 12 2003, 04:45:20 PM MST Add a Comment

JSP Plugin for Eclipse?

Does anyone know of a good JSP Plugin for Eclipse? I've found that the available XML and JSP Editors are not very good, and I resort to HomeSite (which I love) for most of my regular text editing. I'd love to find a tool that does code completion for JSPs. I suppose I could use Dreamweaver, but they don't have a copy here in the office. BTW, I found the Lomboz plugin, but it doesn't appear to be latest-eclipse-release compliant.

Posted in Java at Mar 12 2003, 01:28:39 PM MST 17 Comments

RE: GC settings to improve Eclipse performance

I changed my shorcut icon (Win2K) to have the following as it's target:

eclipse.exe -vmargs -Xverify:none -XX:+UseParallelGC -XX:PermSize=20M  
 -XX:MaxNewSize=32M -XX:NewSize=32M -Xmx256m -Xms256m

Eclipse now starts in a mere 6 seconds (2 GHz Dell, 512 MB RAM). Without these extra settings, it takes 11 seconds to start. That's what I call a performance increase!

Posted in Java at Mar 12 2003, 09:32:04 AM MST 2 Comments