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The Terasology project was born from a Minecraft-inspired tech demo and is becoming a stable platform for various types of gameplay settings in a voxel world. The creators and maintainers are a diverse mix of software developers, designers, game testers, graphic artists, and musicians. We encourage …








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Where to find NetBeans 7/8 without jdk?

If you know where such versions are located, please link here. I can’t seem to find it anywhere and don’t want to install the one bundled with oracle jdk because I already have openjdk installed on my system…



SCOTUS decided that Google’s particular use of the Java SE API is permitted by the fair use doctrine…


Pippo micro web framework in Java

“The goal of this project is to create a micro web framework in Java that should be easy to use and hack. Pippo can be used in small and medium applications and also in applications based on micro services architecture.”…


If you feel like the New Year just came, and you missed the first half of January, then all this time you’ve been busy looking for tricky bugs in the code you maintain. It also means that our article is what you need. PVS-Studio has checked the ELKI open source project to show you errors that may oc…



The New Year is steadily approaching, therefore it’s time to sum everything up. Continuing the tradition, we thought back to our articles about checking Java projects from the open-source world for this year and rated the top 10 most exciting bugs. …


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