WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile webcast replay
Wed, Aug 6th 2014 10:47p Mikkel Heisterberg In case you haven't heard about WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile and you are doing any work with J(2)EE servers you really should do your self the favour and read up on it. In essence it's the best thing since sliced bread for application developers that target WebSphere Application Server and here's why:
It downloads and installs in less that 5 minutes
It's binary compatible with the full WebSphere Application Server so you can be certain that code that runs on Liberty Profile [read] Keywords: ibm
Mon, May 12th 2014 12:38p Mikkel Heisterberg I'm deeply saddened by the news that Tim Tripcony has passed. There are very few people that I as a programmer / coder look up to, who inspire and impress me and who I admire. Tim was one of those and now I'll never get to admit it to his face.
R.I.P. Tim. [read] Keywords:
Installing TDI v. 7.1 on Windows Server 2012
Wed, May 7th 2014 4:00a Mikkel Heisterberg Trying to install IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator (TDI) v. 7.1 for IBM Connections on Windows Server 2012 I got the following error:
ZeroGu2: Windows DLL failed to load
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.inv [read] Keywords: connections
It's been a while!
Fri, May 2nd 2014 11:51a Mikkel Heisterberg Wow! Blogging hasn't really been my thing for a while. Actually I realize that I've flow a bit below the radar for the last couple of months. November saw the birth of our second child (a son, Matheo) and we're still adjusting a bit to the life as a two-kids family though it's getting easier. I sure enjoyed going to Summer Time this year as it means that he wakes up at 6am instead of 5am. Besides that 2013 ended in work, work and preparations for Connect 2014.
IBM Connect 2014 is still kin [read] Keywords: connections
Writing command line scripts with node.js
Mon, Feb 17th 2014 11:20p Mikkel Heisterberg Found this little tip this morning to make it easier to use command line scripts written in node.js. Instead of having your node.js file(s) and invoking it using "node myfile.js" on the Mac you can simply do the following:
At the top of the file as the first line add: #!/bin/usr/env node
Make the file executable using chmod +x myfile.js
Now the file is usable by simply using myfile.js. [read] Keywords: mac
Year in review 2012 (not a typo)
Tue, Dec 31st 2013 5:12a Mikkel Heisterberg Boy 2013 was a busy year. In fact it's been so busy and I have been so bad at blogging that I never got around to finish my year end review for 2012. In a draft blog post I had the following:
"2012 was a busy year - maybe the busiest year I've had in a long time. Besides numerous customer projects here in Denmark I've also been involved in a number of international projects and traveled more than ever before. I went to the US twice, Japan twice, Australia once, and to too many European cou [read] Keywords: connections