geeky · java

Eclipse: stop it from searching certain directories

It’s always annoying when you do a search (ctrl+h) in Eclipse and it produces results from directories you do not care about. In my particular case, the project’s ant build expands the built war files into a directory named target. Since this directory duplicates the files in the regular WebContent directory, often times I end… Continue reading Eclipse: stop it from searching certain directories

geeky · personal · plug

I just finished going through 1111 total posts @

I’m just went through all of my 10 years of posts on one by one to correct its syntax so I can use this super awesome sourcecode shortcode on Yea I know I’m crazily obsessed with my blog. Sentiment from going through all of my posts I’m proud that my oriental wordpress theme… Continue reading I just finished going through 1111 total posts @

plug is back to wordpress

Now hosted on with the domain mapping upgrade and custom CSS upgrade. Based on the support they provided, I really hope the guys here would know a lot more about wordpress hosting than my last generic web hosting company and I will have less headaches dealing with all of the down time. I’m just… Continue reading is back to wordpress

geeky · wp hacks lightbox/thickbox trick

Last I tried, this trick no longer works as of 9/16/2012. Not sure when it stopped working. Click for an example. In your theme widget, add the socialvibe widget to your sidebar. Add the class “thickbox” in any of your links to an image. e.g. To use the gallery feature, use the same rel attribute… Continue reading lightbox/thickbox trick

geeky · java

Spring row mapper

A coworker and I were chatting regarding spring rowMappers and I did a little more research and found the following: Spring’s simpleJdbcTemplate deprecated methods with parameterizedRowMapper in spring 3. The class ParameterizedRowMapper is not deprecated. Spring’s jdbcTemplate however only has methods that take RowMapper<T> so it will continue to work with parameterizedRowMapper. But it seems… Continue reading Spring row mapper