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  1. Computerbanen in Nederland

    Hallo Nederlandse gemeenschap. Ik ben een Spanjaard en woon in Portugal, dat vanwege liefdesredenen naar Nederland verhuist. Ook om een goede baan te vinden als JAVA programmeur / webontwikkelaar / Database manager indien mogelijk. Rond mijn gebied zijn Java en Python het meest gewild, dus ik ben Java aan het leren, omdat ik weet dat het een goed gateway-medicijn is voor C en C ++ Wat zijn de meest gevraagde vaardigheden / talen voor de meeste bedrijven in Nederland? Bij voorbaat bedankt.
  2. Hello community, I am a 20 year old, learning many languages in Uni, HTML, CSS, SQL, Java, Latex and some PHP. I must become a bit better in all of them, since I wish to pursue my dream of earning a living doing what I most like. Out of all of them, my favourite is Java, you can do so much with it, and it is also a good gateway drug to C and C++ or so I have heard I would love some Java coders to join in this and let's try to make a dedicated download center for a lot of kexts and utilities for Hackintosh. If you don't wanna join in, any suggestion to make something else, or any advice or piece of code or 2 cents you have is welcome! God Bless https://bitbucket.org/kosakgroove/ What I really love in Java is that it is practically platform independent, this is specially useful for this day and age we live in...
  3. For the current Version available, jre-7u60-macosx-x64, Java won't install on Yosemite due to version conflict. The installer claims it needs at least 10.7.3 but you have 10.10 and won't let the installation proceed. You need to spoof the system version, editing the following: Doesn't need to restart. Just install Java and restore the default value. Source: http://www.macbreaker.com/2012/01/how-to-spoof-your-version-of-mac-os-x.html
  4. Hi i just installed java 7 in my hackintosh. I double check the terminla and run java -version and im sure it is installed. I downloaded systeminfo app from olarila but it doesnt work. It says "it requires java 6 or later?". Then i downloaded intellij idea from other computer tried to install it to my hackintosh but it said the same thing. "Require Java6 or later". I have jdk7 and jre7 installed It suppose to work. I dont know whats the problem? Any ideas?
  5. Just seccessfully resurrected a Dell Dimension 3000 using iPC OSX86 & iDeneb combo updater to bring it to 10.5.8. I've had it running for about a half-day and everything seems pretty stable. What I would like to do now is install updates to make the system more secure. Running software update, the following are available: Remote Desktop Client Update Java for OS X 10.5 Flashback Removal Security Update Leopard Security Update 2012-003 Security Update 2011-004 Are any of these going to cause problems if installed? If so which ones?