Akka is a platform (framework?) inspired
by Erlang, promising easier development of scalable, multi-threaded and
safe applications. While in most of...
0 replies - 2386 views - 11/05/12 by Tomasz Nurkiewicz in Articles
We often think of Cron when we want to schedule a job. Cron is very
flexible in expressing an repeating occurance of an event/job in a very...
0 replies - 3414 views - 11/02/12 by Zemian Deng in Articles
I’ve been studying the interface of Windows 8, so I thought why not
do a windows 8 theme for Java and what better timing that this given
that there are...
0 replies - 4904 views - 11/02/12 by Pedro Duque Vieira in Articles
This post on the performance of Node.js vs. G-Wan caught my attention:
What makes something "notable"?
These are some of the points:
0 replies - 4277 views - 11/02/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
I am pleased to announce that my new Testing and Configuration Framework (TestingConf Utilities) just published on...
0 replies - 1872 views - 10/30/12 by Mohamed Radwan in Articles
I am announcing the initial launch of a tiny open source project called reencode.
Reencode is a small set of tools—aimed at developers in the Java...
0 replies - 1803 views - 10/29/12 by Nick Watts in Articles
Stephen Colebourne who is frequently commenting on the lambda-dev
and other Java 8 mailing lists, has recently published an idea he has
been having for a...
0 replies - 2595 views - 10/29/12 by Lukas Eder in Articles
I've had just a bit of time this week to devote to furthering the
work on Tapestry 5.4, and it feels like I'm near the turning point. You
0 replies - 1612 views - 10/29/12 by Howard Lewis Ship in Articles
One of the interesting tools I learned about at JavaOne 2012 is The Checker Framework. One of the Checker Framework's web pages states
0 replies - 2516 views - 10/28/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
The testing framework Spock is a powerful DSL built on Groovy which
enables easily writable and extremely readable tests which lends itself
0 replies - 7629 views - 10/21/12 by Geraint Jones in Articles
There is currently still a vacuum for easy & scalable solutions in the machine learning space.
At the moment everybody is talking about Hadoop as the...
0 replies - 6404 views - 10/18/12 by Maarten Ectors in Articles
RateLimiter class was recently added to Guava libraries (since 13.0) and it is already among my favourite tools. Have a look what the JavaDoc says:
5 replies - 4918 views - 10/12/12 by Tomasz Nurkiewicz in Articles
Spring Framework, since it’s inception, included an eventing mechanism
which can be used for application-wide eventing. This eventing mechanism
2 replies - 8182 views - 10/11/12 by Yohan Liyanage in Articles
It's been a while since I've written anything about...
0 replies - 2172 views - 10/06/12 by Matt Raible in Articles
The Google Guava libraries contains useful utility classes and methods. If we want to convert between ASCII case conventions we can use the CaseFormat
0 replies - 4109 views - 09/27/12 by Hubert Klein Ikkink in Articles
In computer science, cache is a component that is used to speed up
data retrieval in general. The data stored in cache is limited so a
given query can hit...
0 replies - 15105 views - 09/26/12 by Yusuf Aytaş in Articles
Let’s be sure of what the Future holds
Future, which is a part of the Java concurrency Task execution framework, is the result of your computation as the...
0 replies - 5193 views - 09/25/12 by Arun Manivannan in Articles
This is a long article that contains three separate topics:
Getting started with Apache Camel with JavaImproving startup of routes with a...
0 replies - 6086 views - 09/23/12 by Zemian Deng in Articles
I would make a fool out of myself if I tell you that util.concurrent
APIs kicks cheetah’s ass when the classes are available since 2004.
1 replies - 9178 views - 09/23/12 by Arun Manivannan in Articles
If you've read some other articles on this blog you might know that I
like creating visualizations of various datasets. I've just started a
0 replies - 4552 views - 09/22/12 by Jos Dirksen in Articles