As of yesterday the newly proposed JSR 357
(Social Media API) was declined by the JCP Executive Committee for
SE/EE. With eight clear "NO" votes,...
2 replies - 3617 views - 03/20/12 by Markus Eisele in Articles
First and foremost this is a biased article. These are all my opinions, and come from my working experience.
Bash(or Posix shell)
0 replies - 9787 views - 03/20/12 by Geoffrey Papilion in Articles
I joined ThoughtWorks as a SysAdmin and, I have
started working as a consultant for our client projects. Now, as I work
with different offshore development...
1 replies - 7329 views - 03/19/12 by Ranjib Dey in Articles
[UPDATE): I added Jelastic and created another
category I'm calling Private Java PaaS in which I put GigaSpaces
Cloudify, Cumulogic and ActiveState...
25 replies - 20039 views - 03/15/12 by Geva Perry in Articles
I saw a tweet asking why do we educate computer scientists to get
developers and compared this to structural engineers and stone masons. I
3 replies - 8699 views - 03/15/12 by Tim Murphy in Articles
There was a time when Service Oriented Architecture was a buzzword.
That time is now long gone, and SOA has become one of the essentials of
0 replies - 7201 views - 03/13/12 by Yohan Liyanage in Articles
SocialFlow developed Optimized Publisher for Twitter and Facebook. This presentation includes intriguing stats and some pitfalls. Here are some times to...
0 replies - 3468 views - 03/12/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
Here’s a license for a library you probably use right now. Notice the clause I circled in an alarmist shade of red:
If you saw this license...
0 replies - 40831 views - 03/12/12 by Brian Fox in Articles
The current Java.net poll question is, "How critical is it for JSR-310 (new Date and Time API) to be implemented in Java 8?"
At the time...
5 replies - 10443 views - 03/12/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
Hearing everywhere about DevOps and how it is all about automation, and how manual steps should be removed from Operations. Starting to worry...
1 replies - 5253 views - 03/12/12 by Carlos Sanchez in Articles
It all started when GigaOM published an infographic,
“Why 2013 is the year of ‘NoOps’ for programmers” created by Lucas
Carlson, CEO of...
0 replies - 4414 views - 03/10/12 by Shameer Cee in Articles
Over the last couple of months I have read up on volumes of Technical Analysis
(“TA”) information, I have back tested probably hundreds of automated...
1 replies - 7984 views - 03/09/12 by Wille Faler in Articles
All testing is not valuable. There. I said it.
If you take a look at the source of Blaag, you might notice a certain
lack of tests. No unit test, no tests at...
1 replies - 11421 views - 03/09/12 by Fredrik Håård in Articles
You've probably seen the growing number of job postings for "DevOps engineer", "DevOps manager", "DevOps Ninja" (Not really), or...
0 replies - 9888 views - 03/08/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
I wrote in a previous blogpost,
a few weeks ago, that we had started to migrate our MySQL databases to
Amazon RDS. We have now been running this for quite...
1 replies - 5699 views - 03/07/12 by Anders Karlsson in Articles
My name is Fredrik, and sometimes I write code I’m not that proud of.
A friend of mine started on a Python project recently, and when I
asked him to put it...
3 replies - 9204 views - 03/07/12 by Fredrik Håård in Articles
There was a recent AltDevBlogADay post about Negative Developers and Team Stability that hit home. It’s not that I think the advice was...
0 replies - 595 views - 11/01/11 by Rob Galanakis in Articles