This year we were spending our holiday in Croatia. It was a great and short holiday, as usually.
Croatia’s Adria is one of my favorite places for summer relax. The sea is clear, the beach is rocky, just as I like it. People are kind (yeap, they live from the tourist) and very professional. In any restaurant you could speak Croatian, English, German and on some parts near Italy even Italian. The food is high-class and you could just occasionally make a mistake by entering in any of their restaurants, – as almost all the restaurants are at same (high) level. – This is true for the seaside, for sure, for other parts I’m not sure.
I really like their old towns beside the sea. This year we were wondering around Istria.
We were at visiting Labin, Rabac, Pazin, Rovinj, just to mention few.
Today, I’m uploading pictures only from Labin, just few.
More to come soon.
Today is D day! Or at least for Bibble 5.
Today at Photokina Bibble Labs is about to introducing Bibble 5, with lots of new features.
Stay tuned, because (I think) this is going to make a big blast.
After a lot of work and some traveling I’m back, and I’m about to write about how do I manage to use Mac for Java development. (Note: This is the last part of the Apple Project series.)
First of all, let me describe what I use and how do I/we use it.
Eclipse is our choice of IDE. We use Subversion as SCM, Maven as a build system/dependency management/reporting/documentation/etc.. Beside these we use, (just to mention few that could be in relation with OS):
- Hibernate for JPA
Primarily we are building web applications, backed with RDBMS – so I need a some local database for my Mac, and our choice of RDBMS is PostgreSQL, but we use Oracle and DB2 as well.
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