XebiaLabs' automated deployment product for Java EE applications, we
are always building and modifying integrations with middleware...
0 replies - 10392 views - 12/08/09 by Vincent Partington in Articles
I was recently asked for advice from a young student on how to
become a successful software developer. This is a complicated question.
I put some thought...
6 replies - 12361 views - 12/08/09 by David Green in Articles
DZone recently caught up with Matthew McCullough, author of our 79th Refcard: Google App Engine for Java. Matthew is an Open Source
Architect with the Denver,...
9 replies - 11147 views - 12/07/09 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Articles
Download your Google App Engine for Java cheat sheet now! This Dzone Refcard provides an in depth introduction to the cloud
computing technology, Google App...
0 replies - 5254 views - 12/07/09 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Announcements
There have been numerous debates around commented-out lines of code
(line or block of code that was commented out at some point) and
whether they should be...
1 replies - 5423 views - 12/07/09 by Olivier Gaudin in Articles
2009 is coming to a close and I'm writing a blog post about Java and
XML. The blog's called "behind the times" for a reason: no fancy
1 replies - 6158 views - 12/04/09 by Hamlet D'Arcy in Articles
We’ve completed our four part series on Applied Modularity, and I
wanted to put a final wrap on the posts by highlighting a few things
that may not be...
0 replies - 5531 views - 12/03/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in Articles
Tools for on-demand reporting and Business Intelligence give companies a competitive edge by keeping a pulse on the operational data that drives strategic...
3 replies - 14059 views - 12/03/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
seemed like Apple was ready to annihilate Psystar's business a few weeks ago. The Mac Clone maker has been bankrupt for some time and
last month a judge...
0 replies - 18760 views - 12/02/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
point, most developers will get tasked with troubleshooting a
performance issue. If at any time you've actually been lucky enough
to get paid to...
2 replies - 28644 views - 12/01/09 by Wayne Adams in Articles
Welcome to So You Wanna Learn Regex? Part 6.
OK, I know I said part 5 would be the last part in the series, but I
just had to work this one out and...
0 replies - 5815 views - 12/01/09 by Dan Wilson in Articles
Less than a year into its life, JavaFX is already being declared dead by some bloggers. However, numerous books and conference talks tell a different...
16 replies - 9568 views - 11/30/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
My previous article on static compilation of Groovy describes the idea of combining the expressiveness of Groovy with static type-checking to achieve the...
2 replies - 11415 views - 11/30/09 by Alex Tkachman in Articles
This article is about test driven
development of web service clients. Since we will be talking about
unit tests, functional tests, test...
0 replies - 8188 views - 11/30/09 by Lukas Krecan in Articles
NetBeans is the official IDE for JavaFX development. However, the
latest v6.71 (or beta 6.8) of NetBeans is unable to beautify JavaFX
Script (JfxScript) code...
5 replies - 9336 views - 11/30/09 by James Sugrue in Articles
One nice feature in JUnit 4 is that of Parameterized Tests, which
let you do data-driven testing in JUnit with a minimum of fuss. It's
easy enough, and very...
3 replies - 10818 views - 11/30/09 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
Every year, the main reason why I go to Devoxx is to discover new
stuff. For me it’s all about technology watch. The internet and RSS
feeds are my main...
0 replies - 11697 views - 11/29/09 by Sebastien Arbogast in News
A function that we had to write in Java on a project that I worked
on recently needed to indicate whether there was a gap in a series of
data points or...
19 replies - 6062 views - 11/28/09 by Mark Needham in News
A new version of Apache Lucene, an open source search engine, was just released. Version 3 of the Apache Lucene project is being called a "clean up...
1 replies - 14189 views - 11/28/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
On November 21st the London Wicket meetup took place in “The
Gallery” at the central London Foyles Bookshop. At the venue some
0 replies - 7495 views - 11/27/09 by Daan van Etten in News