I’m afraid this post will get a tad longer - if for nothing else then for the code and output listings. So let’s state what we are to achieve here: Implementing custom HTTP message converters for custom content type and class.Avoiding default converters altogether or adding them at the end of the converter list to … Continue reading Spring Boot and HTTP message converters – no Jackson, no defaults
If you work with Git on multiple computers for multiple parties (yourself, company, another company) you’ve probably committed something with the wrong name/email already. Whenever I clone a company repository on my home computer, I have to go there and enter those notorious commands: git config user.name "My Normal Name, not fancy nickname" git config … Continue reading One Git config for all company projects
I’m not sure exactly how new is the WordPress block editor, I’ve been using it for some time, but being with WordPress for over 12 years now I can say it’s new for me. I’ve decided to go over my older post and fix whatever is broken. As I often wrote about technical topics related … Continue reading WordPress blog – to block or not?
After starting my hi-fi quest with an AV receiver Pioneer SX-S30DAB I quickly became dissatisfied with our old Samsung BD-E6100 - especially as a CD player. With a previous microsystem everything worked, it was super easy to play CD and the controls were intuitive. Samsung blu-ray player could play CDs but it was way too … Continue reading Real life review: Universal player Yamaha BD-S681
Dreams I’ve always dreamed of hi-fi and/or home cinema. Nothing overly high-end/audiophile expensive, but something serious with focus on stereo. Somehow I came to like Cambridge Audio (CA) products and was thinking about the lines of their Aero 5.1 set, perhaps without a subwoofer for the sake of my neighbours, driven by one of Cambridge … Continue reading Real life review: AV receiver Pioneer SX-S30DAB