Real World Java EE Night Hacks – Dissecting the Business Tier, Adam Bien, 2011, ISBN 9780557078325.
I highly recommend this very thin and...
0 replies - 5681 views - 08/26/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
Let’s assume you have an
enterprise application and want to provide a good mobile experience for
it. Conventional wisdom says that...
0 replies - 3365 views - 08/26/12 by Alex Neihaus in Articles
This blog article is about innovation and creativity - what they are and
how it can be applied at work and in personal life. The article also...
0 replies - 3214 views - 08/25/12 by Nishant Chandra in Articles
Too often companies and IT departments believe that they know what
software they should create. However users often need and want something
0 replies - 1871 views - 08/24/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
Also titled; My pet hates in Java coding.
There are a number of Java memes which annoy me, partly because they
were always a bad idea, but mostly because...
2 replies - 21026 views - 08/23/12 by Peter Lawrey in Articles
It’s the second time in a few weeks that I have read something along the lines of:
In a year at foursquare, I’ve...
4 replies - 4376 views - 08/22/12 by Cedric Beust in Articles
Writing code has never been easy.Well, let me re-phrase that: Writing readable code has never been easy.Many programmers work on their code alone. They define...
0 replies - 12755 views - 08/22/12 by Kristiono Setyadi in Articles
For the 757 Python Meetup group, someone proposed looking at some Python code they had which was slow. The code implemented a variation on the Elo chess...
0 replies - 4260 views - 08/21/12 by Steven Lott in Articles
Ok .. so my last post
on the probable usefulness of Category Theory in programming generated
an overwhelming response all over the places. It initiated...
0 replies - 2093 views - 08/21/12 by Debasish Ghosh in Articles
Posted on April 17, 2012
Over the past few months I have had some exchanges with small
company executives and hiring managers...
0 replies - 2942 views - 08/21/12 by Dave Fecak in Articles
It was recently announced that the JavaOne 2012 Schedule Builder
is now available. I have signed up for my first cut at sessions that I
0 replies - 1908 views - 08/21/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
Lately, Dave Winer
has been doing a lot of thinking. Dave has been around for a while, so
when he starts thinking about interesting questions, we should...
1 replies - 8702 views - 08/21/12 by Robert Diana in Articles
In the competitive world of cloud-based computing infrastructure, Amazon
remains top dog. It’s highly visible, its footprint is almost global,
0 replies - 2784 views - 08/21/12 by Paul Miller in Articles
Steve Yegge has a couple of posts (here and here) expounding a new theory of thinking about software engineering. As he says,
1) Software engineering has its...
0 replies - 6060 views - 08/21/12 by Krishna Kumar in Articles
(full video of ESR’s presentation from YouTube below this post)
I have been President of the Philadelphia Area Java Users’ Group for 12 years, and as one...
3 replies - 2285 views - 08/20/12 by Dave Fecak in Articles
Introducing John Waters
I sat down with a very talented and experienced developer from Falafel Software (http://falafel.com).His name is John Waters and he...
0 replies - 3483 views - 08/20/12 by Bruno Terkaly in Articles
The "Heroes of Java"
series has a run these days. Sacha took some of his precious time and
joint as no. 19. Most of you know him from his JBoss...
0 replies - 2185 views - 08/20/12 by Markus Eisele in Articles
One of the top stories
on Hacker news this morning had to do with someone getting feedback on his idea to
rent world-class programmers for $2,000 per...
2 replies - 7137 views - 08/20/12 by Larry White in Articles
Finding a good engineer is hard. Finding a good data scientist doubly so.
A couple of months ago, Josh Wills, Director of Data Science at Cloudera, gave a...
1 replies - 4737 views - 08/18/12 by Sadayuki Furuhashi in Articles
MySQL is a database of compromise. Compromise between running a production-ready relational database and being popular with all sorts of hackers – mostly the...
1 replies - 3566 views - 08/17/12 by Lukas Eder in Articles