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We just found out that we need visas for Taiwan. We probably should have thought about that before, but every problem is an opportunity. If we can't take care of this while we're in LA then we'll take a side trip to the Philippines or something so that we're not there for more than 30 days.

The power cord on my laptop broke the other day. I searched around Panama trying to find a replacement, but there wasn't one in sight. Right now we have a system where Todd charges batteries with his laptop and swaps them out with my dying ones. It's kind of like buddy breathing.

It seemed like we had so much time here, but all of a sudden we're leaving in two weeks. I can't believe how fast the trip has been going so far. We're just starting to feel like we're settling in. We have our routines that we go through, all of the friendly people we've gotten to know at all the places we frequent, and we even know our way around the city.

Logging - its hard to make it right - part #3

On Developer Days

I continuing my journey and start the development of logging module extension that potentially will be interesting to everyone who like the concept of self-adaptive modules.

So far I identify two pieces of software that I have to build. I need better integration with JUL, with enabled support of markers and I need a set of helper interfaces/classes that will provide designed abstractions with simplest implementation. Code I will host on my GitHub project page (Self Adaptive Logs - Project Page).

Formatting is very important part of the logs. Properly selected messages will simplify logs reading a lot. So spent on this some time as I did. Use diagram below, it will help you to organize logs by types/logic as I did.

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