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Some of the work I do:
• White papers, research reports, web copy, solution briefs, and so on
• Thought leadership articles and blogs
• Surveys and Research
• Presenting at conferences and webcasts

My goal is to be truthful and knowledgeable, offering thought leadership with an easy-to-grasp and compelling style. I conduct thorough research, consider the audience, and work with subject matter experts to comunicate a clear and concise message.

Twitter: @ericjbruno
Email: eric@ericbruno.com

Curly Braces Column: Java and A Monorepo

Eric J. Bruno
I recently explored a fairly new concept in code repository organization that some large companies have adopted, called the monorepo. This is a subtle shift in how to manage projects in systems such as Git. But from what I’ve seen, some people have strong feelings about monorepos one way or the other. As a Java developer, I believe there are some tangible benefits to using a monorepo.

Binary Bit Manipulation and CAN Bus Hardware Interfaces in Java

Eric J. Bruno
When you need to interface with hardware devices at a low level, you often need to read and manipulate individual bits from software, which is sometimes affectionately referred to as bit banging. While most programmers don’t think of using Java for this, it’s not only possible but, as you’ll see, it’s very straightforward.

Non-inclusive Text in Source Code – a Developer’s Journey

Eric J. Bruno
Words matter. They have the power to inspire and unite, fostering a culture where we can be our true selves. At Dell, we’ve established an inclusive language philosophy where we embrace diversity and inclusion, no matter what language we’re using – this includes coding language. After all, our code speaks for our technology.

Creating a Java Off-heap In-memory Database

Eric J. Bruno
With a Java heap size constrained to be very small (say, 16 MB) you can create an in-memory, off-heap data store that holds gigabytes of data—or even more. This article explores how to store gigabytes or terabytes of data in high-speed memory—if you have the physical RAM, of course.