Chris Hermansen authored content

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Globe up in the clouds

Victorhck brings information about GNU/Linux and open source to the Spanish-speaking community through his blog, Victorhck in the Free World.
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It's 2020 and time to learn about Java Streams.
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External libraries fill gaps in the Java core libraries.
open source music with piano keys background

Our resident audiophile explains how he updated his CuBox music server after more than five years of excellent use.
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Meet Lorenzo Carbonell, who brings GNU/Linux and open source to the Spanish-speaking community through his blog site, El Atareao, and applications.
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Correct music tagging errors from the command line with this powerful open source utility.
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Arrays are a helpful data type for managing collections elements best modeled in contiguous memory locations. Here's how to use them effectively.
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In this installment of conversations with developers who build and maintain open source music players, we hear from Craig Drummond of Canata.
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Even encrypted messaging apps are leveraging your private data to sell you things.
Coffee beans

There are probably better languages than Java, depending on work requirements. But I haven't seen anything yet to pull me away.