Posts Tagged ‘utility belt’

Finally learned how to delete remote branches

I’ve been using command-line git for about a year now. I recently decided to tackle my problem of not knowing how to delete remote branches. I’ve pushed quite a few branches to some remote repos as a means of transporting projects to/from home/work. As a result there are quite a few useless branches in most… Continue Reading →

File paths in Java

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I despise working with file paths in Java. I can never remember where, in the project’s folder structure, the jvm considers root. And it gets even more complicated once you start running your applications in a server container. However, I did find a quick way to determine where a running JVM considers root. import java.io.File;… Continue Reading →

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