Spiritual, Transcendental, Wonderful.
Read more about Sangam at http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/article.php?id=22011 and http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/article.php?id=21326Continue reading →
Since seeing Ware Monday night I’ve loaded up my iPod with all of his recordings that I have. I like to listen in the order they were recorded. Allmusic lists things by release date so I found another site (http://www.bb10k.com/WARE.disc.html) that shows everything he’s done.
A list of David S. Ware recordings sorted by recording date and release date.
I shorted the list to recent recording and list them here for convenience. The Allmusic listÂ follows as well.
Listing by Recording DateContinue reading →
I recently saw a programmer at a client site developing a small test app. For reasons that didn’t become clearer till later, this person has developed their application in such a way that it did all it’s processing in the class constructor.
When I first saw this I was a bit dumbfounded. The class had a main so the it could run from the command-line. the main method for this class looked like the following.
public static void main(String args) CodeInConstructor c = new CodeInConstructor(); }
So we have a class who’s Constructor has a side-effect of actually doing the work the class is meant to perform. Strange.Continue reading →
Once you start working with others on larger Java projects you will require a logical CVS tree to store and share project artifacts among each of the team members.
With this it should go without saying that you need to start designing your applications with a sound package structure.
These two activities can conflict due to the nature of how each project contains Java sources in a directory structure to match the package structure. To make this clear start two Java projects that contain sources for the com.mycompany.database project. If you do this you’ll see that there isn’t a way to prevent collisions in names because each project is using the same package name.
Managed to get to Vision Festival XI (http://www.visionfestival.org) for the last set of the last night of the festival. If you haven’t seen David S. Ware in person it is definately worth it. I’ve never heard anyone play a saxophone with such power.
Â According to the Vision Festival notes it was the Ware Quartet’s final US Performance. I wonder what his planned next. Nothing was mentioned during the show.
David S. Ware has a web site at http://www.neolabtv.com/davidsware/index.htm
Also, check out theÂ AUM Fidelity site. It’s Steven Joerg’s label that has released a number of excellent Ware CDs.Continue reading →