Recently I blogged about my thoughts on the idea that frontends are in fact separate applications.
Today, I'd like to describe the transition of my...
0 replies - 2736 views - 07/05/12 by Andrzej Krzywda in Articles
Ben Kepes reflects on his recent experience at GoogleIO, where Google announced the limited release of its IaaS, Google Compute Engine. At GoogleIO today,...
0 replies - 4695 views - 07/05/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
been working to build, and re-build, a geospatial table for work.
There’s been a lot of challenges in this project for me as this is the
2 replies - 6049 views - 07/05/12 by Micheal Shallop in Articles
While I was discussing a particularly tricky Nexus configuration
issue with a power user of Nexus last week I suggested that he write and
ship a custom...
1 replies - 4157 views - 07/04/12 by Tim O'brien in Articles
It wasn't because I...
1 replies - 3954 views - 07/04/12 by Andrzej Krzywda in Articles
This book begins by defining what software architecture is - a term that
can be mean different things to different people and different
0 replies - 3346 views - 07/04/12 by Alex Staveley in Articles
What’s that word? RISKOperations teams are tasked with
stability and uptime. That means working against change, limiting or
slowing it down where...
1 replies - 3963 views - 07/04/12 by Sean Hull in Articles
Google I/O 2012 is over. There's a lot of new information to go through
and sessions to watch. Google took Android to a new level and brought
0 replies - 2917 views - 07/03/12 by Juhani Lehtimaki in Articles
Got an email with links about NoSQL. Links like "Going NoSQL with MongoDB".
This -- like many such articles -- includes the phrase "the...
1 replies - 3593 views - 07/02/12 by Steven Lott in Articles
CloudU Notebooks is a weekly blog series that explores topics
from the CloudU certificate program in bite sized chunks, written by me,
Ben Kepes, curator...
0 replies - 1767 views - 07/02/12 by Ben Kepes in Articles
Amanda Laucher recently queried the twitterverse on the topic of team size.
In my opinion, my last project team was "too large". This...
3 replies - 3367 views - 07/01/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
There are a number of practices in Java which oddly baffle me. Here are but a few.
Using -Xmx and -Xms
The option -Xmx is widely used to set the...
5 replies - 6470 views - 07/01/12 by Peter Lawrey in Articles
Here are the most important subjects for software engineering, with brief explanations:
1.Object oriented analysis & design: For better...
2 replies - 21308 views - 07/01/12 by Cagdas Basaraner in Articles
Hadoop is a great piece of software. It is not original but that
certainly does not take away its glory. It builds on parallel
processing, a concept...
3 replies - 4495 views - 07/01/12 by Tharindu Mathew in Articles
I would like to
describe a recent case from my career as troubleshooter, which again
reminds me that one should not put all his...
0 replies - 2697 views - 06/29/12 by Nikita Salnikov... in Articles
Clean Code is all about the code already written, about the code you write and about the code to be written.
0 replies - 4898 views - 06/29/12 by Mohamed Sanaulla in Articles
Brooks Brothers is investing in tools & testing to improve the
online experience – and ↑sales. In a test involving one product category
0 replies - 4143 views - 06/29/12 by Ravi Kalakota in Articles
Two years of experience doesn’t make you “senior”. Except maybe in
high school. I don’t mean this in a negative sort of way. I mean it in a
4 replies - 5832 views - 06/28/12 by Wayne Beaton in Articles
My Big Data in the Cloud article for Visual Studio Magazine’s
July 2012 issue asserts “Microsoft has cooked up a feast of value-added
big data cloud...
3 replies - 8247 views - 06/28/12 by Roger Jennings in Articles
You’ve probably already heard about the interesting paper by Kiri Wagstaff, titled ”Machine Learning that Matters”, presented at this years ICML...
0 replies - 4034 views - 06/28/12 by Mikio Braun in Articles