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 - 18799 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 - 2148 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 - 2633 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 - 3987 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 - 24544 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 - 6355 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 - 5004 views - 06/23/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
This is a short excerpt from Chapter 2 (Performance Measurement) of Pro .NET Performance, scheduled to appear in August 2012. I might be publishing a few more...
2 replies - 2701 views - 06/22/12 by Sasha Goldshtein in Articles
It's Friday, so why not take 2 minutes out of your day for this fun song, with the added advantage of learning about seven of the most popular databases...
0 replies - 3757 views - 06/22/12 by James Sugrue in Articles
How could one tell if an IT organisation is working well? A simple
measure could be to check the delivered business functionalities versus
0 replies - 1684 views - 06/21/12 by Marco Tedone in Articles
In April 2011, when Amazon’s cloud s east region failed. I posted the first chapter of theAmazon Cloud Outage Conspiracy – it was already very clear that...
0 replies - 3723 views - 06/21/12 by Ofir Nachmani in Articles
We often talk about tension caused competing bonus / success
structures for development and operations teams in the build and release
process. At Gartner...
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I was recently chatting to some friends about all the apprenticeship
experiments going on and (name withheld to protect the innocent)...
0 replies - 17485 views - 06/20/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
At the end of the Eclipse Community Survey
we ask for general comments and suggestions about Eclipse and the
Eclipse Foundation. I decided to respond and...
0 replies - 2843 views - 06/20/12 by Ian Skerrett in Articles
Data is valuable. Data is plentiful. Data is complex. Data is in
flux. Data is fast moving. Capturing and managing data is...
0 replies - 3764 views - 06/20/12 by Ravi Kalakota in Articles