Monthly Archives: January 2012


When I first started downloading and creating ISO files a few years back, I thought to myself “I wonder if there is a way I could use this image as a CD Drive but without physically having to write the data onto a disk… That would be awesome!”. Well after some investigation I found a […]


One useful feature in most programming languages is the ability to resize an array if you need more allocations for data, for instance in VB.NET you would resize an array like this: Dim myArray(4) As Integer Redim Preserve myArray(10) As Integer   In Java however it’s a different story… Java arrays cannot be resized dynamically […]


Today I had a major life threatening problem. I could not connect to my Minecraft server because the company who manages the internet connection for my workplace had blocked! So as you could imagine, upon realising this I was instantly hit with depression and sadness… After a few minutes though I became determined to […]


Java provides built-in support for threading tasks in your application, and it’s very simple to implement and use! There are several ways you can setup more threads in your application, I will explain each and give an example. What is multi-threading and why should I use it? multi-threading allows you to run another task , […]