Tagged: random


Maven Central

You know what this is? It’s my badge for getting my first project into Maven Central. This one, but it doesn’t really matter. What matters that it took way too much nerve to get this far. I feel like I’ve lost 20 years of my life. So I’m gonna wear my badge with pride.


Off to A Slow Start

“Start slow”, I told myself. “First fix a small, easy repository. Maybe the one with the class and the exception?”

Ten minutes later I had started a enormous refactoring on one project that didn’t really need one. I even tackled the problem of “deploying to Maven Central”. Now I’ve finished the project and am ready to deploy… but for some reason I’m still getting exceptions. All clues point to the fact that I’m not at fault.

So with that being said, you can already take a look, it’s hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/slothsoft/framework-random

And the above repository is mirrored on this page as well, on this page.