You’ve probably already heard about the interesting paper by Kiri Wagstaff, titled ”Machine Learning that Matters”, presented at this years ICML...
0 replies - 3286 views - 06/28/12 by Mikio Braun in Articles
Copy and Paste Programming – taking a copy of existing code in your project and repurposing it – violates coding best practices like Don’t Repeat...
4 replies - 11394 views - 06/28/12 by Jim Bird in Articles
As the Big Data
phenomenon continues to gather momentum, more and more organizations are
starting to recognize the unexploited value in the vast amounts of...
4 replies - 3180 views - 06/27/12 by Donal Daly in Articles
We in the Plumbr team decided that it is. Over the last few months in beta our customers have solved more than 200 memory leaks with the help of Plumbr.200
0 replies - 2481 views - 06/27/12 by Nikita Salnikov... in Articles
Each year we survey the Eclipse community to gather some insight into what developers are doing with Eclipse and open source. We have published...
0 replies - 2939 views - 06/27/12 by Ian Skerrett in Articles
I saw an online job posting several years ago that listed a set of
desired software development and programming skills and concluded with
2 replies - 2886 views - 06/27/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
I’m inspired by the title of a blog entry that mulls Angular. The title in question, for those that have not clicked is The model is the single source of...
0 replies - 1793 views - 06/27/12 by Paul Hammant in Articles
Service Level Agreements (SLAs) usually specify a response time
criteria that must be met. Although SLAs can have a wide range of
metrics like throughput,...
0 replies - 3188 views - 06/27/12 by Shanti Subramanyam in Articles
I've been challenged to do a session at a very large conference around
women in programming. Which leads to two reactions from me 1) wow, what
0 replies - 18793 views - 06/26/12 by Trisha Gee in Articles
In my last blog I created a simple Twitter application that uses the
Spring Social Twitter module to access a user’s public time line data.
0 replies - 2145 views - 06/25/12 by Roger Hughes in Articles
Continuing the theme of Things I Have Heard I Don't Think I Agree With.
To developers technologies are everything
I can't remember the context of...
2 replies - 2630 views - 06/25/12 by Trisha Gee in Articles
One thing that gets lost in the general Big Data hubbub is the critical
question of apps. Big Data can provide stunning business insights but
0 replies - 3978 views - 06/25/12 by Chris Keene in Articles
We’ve all met them. The programmers that can’t program.
They can hardly write anything that compiles on their own. Producing
quality quality code is...
4 replies - 24517 views - 06/25/12 by Anders Abel in Articles
What follows is my experience with Java, PHP and Ruby. I mainly use PHP
as a dynamic language that supports duck typing but also the definition
0 replies - 6348 views - 06/25/12 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
Analysis of unstructured data
is the hot topic these days – organizations are lured by the promise of
deriving huge incremental value by gaining insights...
0 replies - 4994 views - 06/23/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles