Greetings from Vermont! In this NixMashup we reveal 5 great hidden Eclipse features. Real Hard Work Hours is our Theme of the Day. We’ve got 20 Java Developers to follow, two Nashorn tutorials, and 115 Interview Java Questions that mean very little in measuring the worth of a Developer.
Top 5 Useful Hidden Eclipse Features
This is from last October, but I only discovered it today. Auto-complete filtering and favorites, formatter tags, block selection and Egit staging views.
If you’ve used RegEx for 10 years and still don’t have a clue (like me), RegExr is a slick interactive utility site that might boost your RegEx comfort level.
Real Hard Work Hours
This may be the best piece on working for yourself regarding the number of “real hard work hours” you put in on any given day. As the article demonstrates, there are a lot more real hard work hours as a freelancer than in the cube.
70 Megabytes of Good Looking Icons
A very attractive collection of 60 flat circular icons from Smashing Magazine in a variety of file formats and sizes. And yeah, the zip download is over 70 megabytes.
20 Java Developers Full
List of 20 Top Shelf Java Developers if you’re looking to increase your Twitter Follows, Google Circles or RSS Feed counts.
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Today’s Vermont Photo is provided by Cosmic Ray, available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license.