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RT @DeclarativeAms1@twitter.com:

On 8 and 9 October 2020, The second Declarative Amsterdam conference will take place at CWI (Science Park, Amsterdam).
The conference focuses on the technologies and methods used for declarative programming and declarative data.

Call for papers at declarative.amsterdam

Today I Learned: I can use a Git pre-push hook to do stuff, e.g. run the unit tests, before a remote repository is updated. Having a CI pipeline running for the remote is still valuable to catch errors related to my environment.

Today I Leanred: I can get an Enum from a String with the Enum’s .valueOf() function. E.g. EntityType.valueOf(“Manifest”) => EntityType.Manifest, EntityType.valueOf(“Canvas”) => EntityType.Canvas and so on.

Today I Learned: I can get an Enum from a String with the Enum's .valueOf() function. E.g. EntityType.valueOf("Manifest") => EntityType.Manifest, EntityType.valueOf("Canvas") => EntityType.Canvas and so on.

Today I Learned: I can run a local eXist DB for testing purposes using Docker: pull existdb/existdb:latest, run -p 8080:8080 –name exist existdb/existdb:latest, rm exist.

Today I Learned: I can reference variables in my Maven project’s resources. These references are substituted with the actual values when packaging. I can not use this mechamism for .java files bc the substitution happens after compilation.

Today I Learned: A Java class can have a static initializer that runs if it is instantiated, or a static member or function is used. The initializer is written as static { … }.

SchXslt maintenance release: v1.4.5 fixes bug causing invalid stylesheets when assertion test or rule context contained curly brackets. Available at Github or Maven Central. github.com/schxslt/schxslt/rel

Sehr gute Nachrichten für die Freunde strukturierter Daten & semantisch getaggter Texte: Saxonica hat Version 10 ihres XSLT-Prozessors veröffentlicht. Der Grund zur Freunde: Funktionen höhrer Ordnung & xsl:evaluate sind jetzt auch in der OpenSource-Version Saxon-HE benutzbar. saxonica.com/products/latest.x

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Dafür, dass @ARTEde@twitter.com doch auch als "der Sender mit den gelben Untertiteln" aus rein analogen Zeiten in Erinnerung ist, haben die Mediathektitel heute erstaunlich selten Untertitel. Schade, bei ARD (und Dritten) fast alles;zmdst gefühlt. Guck nun trotzdem Einstein und Hawking :)

Frisch in der Privatbibliothek eingetroffen. Leseempfehlungen so far:

Holmes, Martin, und Joseph Takeda. „Beyond Validation: Using Programmed Diagnostics to Learn about, Monitor, and Successfully Complete Your DH Project“. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 14. März 2019. doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqz011.

und

Cummings, James. „A World of Difference: Myths and Misconceptions about the TEI“. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 14. Dezember 2018. doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqy071.

Der erste 3.0 Prozessor ist da: xml-project.com/morganaxproc-i Einer der großen Sprünge: Verarbeitung von Nicht-XML-Content und vereinfachte Pipeline-Syntax.

Hmmm... "XSLWeb: XSLT- and XQuery-only pipelines for the web" github.com/Armatiek/xslweb

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