This week, I was at Confess 2012
in Leogang, Salzburg (Austria). Confess is an international conference
for Java professionals in its fifth year, organized...
0 replies - 1641 views - 05/14/12 by Kai Wähner in Articles
In recent times, many programming languages that run on JVM have emerged. Many of these
languages support the concept of writing code in a...
0 replies - 10509 views - 05/14/12 by Gagan Agrawal in Articles
The Big Three - Scala, Clojure and Groovy.
The following is an article written by TheCodeGeneral (not too sure who he is, but is quite respected in the...
0 replies - 8667 views - 05/14/12 by Judah Johns in Articles
Scala users, check this out! If you've been trying to have a better interface for using Apache Solr in your Scala projects, there's a pretty new simple Solr...
0 replies - 3813 views - 05/09/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
We have HTTPS, what more do we need?
When you talk about security for REST based APIs, people often point
to HTTPS. With HTTPS you can easily protect your...
0 replies - 5949 views - 05/07/12 by Jos Dirksen in Articles
Following on from the previous post on operator overloading
I'm going to be looking at Implicit Conversions, and how we can combine
them to with...
1 replies - 2961 views - 04/27/12 by Tom Jefferys in Articles
So, I've been teaching myself Scala recently, and it's a very interesting language.
One of the nice things I like about it, is it's support for creating...
3 replies - 3888 views - 04/26/12 by Tom Jefferys in Articles
Curator's Note: For even more data on this JVM race, you can see the poll that was conducted in the Javalobby community, and the coder general blog, which...
3 replies - 6696 views - 03/13/12 by Felix Dahlke in Articles
Statsd is a simple client/server mechanism from the folks at Etsy
that allows operations and development teams to easily feed a variety of
metrics into a...
2 replies - 9352 views - 02/28/12 by Joe Miller in Articles
The content of this article was written by Edwin Chen and can be found at his blog, linked here.This is going to be an in-your-face introduction to Scalding,...
0 replies - 4388 views - 02/28/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
I’ve been playing around a little with Goose
– a library for extracting the main body of text from web pages – and I
thought I’d try converting...
1 replies - 3553 views - 02/11/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
Last week saw the announcement
of Amazon Web Services NoSQL database as a service, Dynamo. Dynamo has a
number of very interesting features, not least that...
0 replies - 6225 views - 01/26/12 by Wille Faler in Articles
Data exchanges between companies are increasing a lot. The number of
applications that must be integrated is increasing, too. The interfaces use
0 replies - 16137 views - 01/19/12 by Kai Wähner in Articles
What is async servlet and why use it? An async servlet can tell the
container that it will handle a request later, so that the current
thread is not tied...
1 replies - 3198 views - 01/11/12 by kent tong in Articles
I have found it both interesting and rewarding to learn a new
programming language or major framework on a roughly yearly basis. If
forced to self-identify...
1 replies - 8023 views - 01/08/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles