In my previous entry,
I mentioned that when the projector failed to function, laptops,
tablets and smartphones were used to display the slides instead....
0 replies - 976 views - 06/17/12 by Steve Chaloner in Articles
I just stumbled across an article by Steve Schols in which he compares dependency injection via setter with constructor...
7 replies - 4404 views - 06/14/12 by Jens Schauder in Articles
Having a good Continuous Integration setup is the gift that keeps on
giving, but what about your database? For most web applications these
0 replies - 7917 views - 06/14/12 by Douglas Rathbone in Articles
A Code Quality Process needs to be established at the start of development
cycle so that all stakeholders (developers, PM, architects, etc.) will be...
0 replies - 3073 views - 06/13/12 by Ankur Kumar in Articles
Have you ever considered a large scale change to a piece of software?
Something that you can’t possibly get done within a single day? Did you
1 replies - 6667 views - 06/11/12 by Jens Schauder in Articles
For the last week or so I’ve worked my way through about half of Pragmatic Version Control using Git with a mixture of excitement and terror. In random...
2 replies - 4087 views - 06/09/12 by Mike Christianson in Articles
Watch as Sudarshan Gaikaiwari of Yelp discusses several types of suggest systems for query-autocompletion with the upcoming version of Lucene.Query auto...
1 replies - 5191 views - 06/05/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Ok, here's a cautionary tale.
I had everything working just fine in one project using Spock - on
Jenkins builds I was getting code coverage working. It...
1 replies - 1558 views - 06/04/12 by Ken Rimple in Articles
ElasticMQ is a message queue
server, with Scala, Java, and an Amazon SQS-compatible interface. It
also supports guaranteed messaging via replicating the...
1 replies - 4442 views - 05/31/12 by Adam Warski in Articles
I’ve recently decided to take the plunge and move from Apache and
Mod_WSGI to Nginx and FastCGI – I was amazed at how simple it was!
To get Edison up...
0 replies - 4068 views - 05/26/12 by Matthew Macdona... in Articles
This is a video of one of the keynotes during Lucene Revolution 2012. Gianugo Rabellino from Microsoft talks about on Lucene/Solr on Windows and provides...
1 replies - 4007 views - 05/23/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Do Use SSH Keys
When ever you can use a key for SSH. Once you create it, you can
distribute the public side widely to enable access where ever you need...
0 replies - 11503 views - 05/21/12 by Geoffrey Papilion in Articles
As our (or our clients) infrastraucture grows and runs for longer
durations, I have noticed that there are certaion parts of our infrastructure
0 replies - 4753 views - 05/17/12 by Ranjib Dey in Articles
I’ve been messing with the FindBugs Ant task today to incorporate it
into my company’s automated build for a JEE application. One task I
wanted to do...
0 replies - 1957 views - 05/15/12 by Nick Watts in Articles
In Simple Made Easy
argues Rich Hickey that mixing orthogonal concerns introduces
unnecessary complexity and that we should keep them separate. This...
0 replies - 4001 views - 05/14/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles