It's incredible how unknown a tool like Sonar is yet. I guess Gradle
suffers the same destiny. After all, they're both similar in their
intent, improve the...
6 replies - 12510 views - 07/12/09 by Jose Noheda in Articles
A lot of Java developers tend to be
unaware about the basics of the internals of the JVM. This series aims
to look at the internals of the JVM and explain in...
11 replies - 22006 views - 07/09/09 by Maneesh Chaturvedi in Articles
Reuse is software development’s unattainable panacea. The ability to compose systems from reusable elements has long been our achille’s heel.
8 replies - 4895 views - 07/09/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in Articles
Don't get me wrong - I've written tons of Java over the last decade or
so & think its been a great evolutionary step from C++ and
Smalltalk (lots of...
25 replies - 17524 views - 07/08/09 by James Strachan in News
Take your average developer and ask “do you
know language/technology X?” None of us will feel any shame in
admitting that we do not know X. After...
7 replies - 5028 views - 07/08/09 by Misko Hevery in Articles
It turned out, that both components models are surprisingly similar.
You could migrate an EJB 3.1 based application, almost without any
additional effort to...
4 replies - 9082 views - 07/06/09 by adam bien in Articles
I always seem to underestimate how much readers of this blog enjoy a
good coding challenge. A few days ago, one of my coworkers was tripped
by a line of code...
5 replies - 4445 views - 07/06/09 by Cedric Beust in Tips and Tricks
RESTEasy comes in three forms of client APIs:
JAX-RS annotated Interface proxying
Lower level fluid HTTP API
ClientRequestFactory - generates #1...
1 replies - 35571 views - 07/01/09 by Solomon Duskis in News
The goal of software development is to - SURPRISE! - deliver
software. Fancy architecture diagrams, detailed requirements
documentation, and comprehensive...
6 replies - 4702 views - 07/01/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in Articles
Programming web applications with GWT
has been a revelation. Having mature tools and a single code base for
client and server is great. In this blog post,...
11 replies - 12292 views - 06/27/09 by Axel Rauschmayer in Articles
I often see that potential job seekers don't really take the effort to promote themselves more effectively in the "Jobs Wanted" Java forums....
5 replies - 5310 views - 06/26/09 by Arul Kumaran in Tips and Tricks
Was writing a test today where I was doing a Command Pattern
that would allow me to contain a set of repeated invocations in a
timebox. In other words:...
5 replies - 4139 views - 06/25/09 by Rob Williams in Articles
I've noticed a pattern pop up a few times in my Java code in the past 6
months. Maybe it's a decent pattern, or maybe I only have a hammer.The
4 replies - 3808 views - 06/25/09 by Jay Fields in Tips and Tricks
There are two aspects to OSGi - the OSGi runtime model and the OSGi
development model. Today, emphasis is on the runtime model. But
2 replies - 5328 views - 06/24/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in Articles
James Gosling introduced a brief view on the Java world this
morning at Zürich. It is always a joy to listen a successful geek onthe
stage, probably one of...
0 replies - 5260 views - 06/24/09 by Felipe Gaúcho in Articles
How many times have you read or written the same two or three lines of code that frequently seem to go together, and even though they operate on different...
8 replies - 9890 views - 06/23/09 by Mario Fusco in Articles
Apple has been really negligent with Java: First there wasn't a Java 6
for ages, then it only ran on 64 bit machines. And while all current
Macs are 64bit,...
16 replies - 6908 views - 06/22/09 by Axel Rauschmayer in Articles
Java conferences are always a joy of technology and networking
but sometimes we just miss its surroundings because it is quite
difficult to concentrate in...
1 replies - 3970 views - 06/22/09 by Felipe Gaúcho in Articles
Walking out of the Moscone Center into the early evening air of San Francisco, it was hard to believe that JavaOne 2009 was over. Sure I'd spent four long days...
4 replies - 4283 views - 06/16/09 by Burk Hufnagel in Articles
Stephen Chin and Joshua Marinacci presented "Getting Started with WidgetFX: Open-Source Widget Desktop Platform with JavaFX™ Technology"; and it...
1 replies - 3496 views - 06/15/09 by Burk Hufnagel in Articles