Both SRP and Sprezzatura have recently released a couple of very interesting and useful blog postings:
- The SRP Update has posted a new article called, ‘The Case of the Jittery Java’.
Java. It is that program that is always installed on a system and is always asking to run updates. We don’t even consider it when troubleshooting an issue, but maybe we should… Recently, a client requested for us to come out and give a tutorial on how to use their new smart barcode scanning units.To read the rest of the article, please visit the following link: http://blog.srpcs.com/the-case-of-the-jittery-java/
- Sprezzatura’s latest blog posting is entitled “Using concatenated arguments – a warning.”
Regular OpenInsight users will know that calls to SET_PROPERTY and GET_PROPERTY can be made more efficient by passing @rm delimited arrays to the routines rather than making multiple individual calls. Although using the @rm concatenation method can lead to improved performance you need to be aware of how it is actually implemented, otherwise it can lead to some subtle bugs that may be hard to track down.To read the rest of the article, please visit the following link: http://sprezzblog.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/using-concatenated-arguments-warning.html