It looks like everybody in IT is a time management geek of some sort.
It’s hard to find a programmer who has never heard of Pomodoro, GTD,
GettingResults. For instance, Scott Hanselman did a show about this
topic a few months ago. What I found...
I’ve got an opportunity to experiment with JSF 1.2 while preparing a lecture about DbUnit Express and test webapp for JSF EL Validator.
Same as JSF 1.1, it’s much easier to use than the low level, too
HTTP-ish servlets but still it is not flexible...
This blog is about my new Spring-CDI modules effort. It's pupose is to
make useful CDI patterns like decorators or interceptors available to a
Spring application. I do believe that the explicit pattern
implementation in CDI is very useful. It makes it...
Tapestry‘s Class Transformation can save you a lot of
time and can show you clearly why it is better than inheritance most of
the time. This blog has many examples of it. I just finished a new one.
Here is the scenario. I want a label to have a title...
Across all industries, the services delivered by business
applications have become an essential part of an enterprise's customer
offering. Bringing new features to market quickly is thus a critical
factor in determining a company's success.
In this post...
There are conflicting views as to what is the best solution for high
frequency trading. Part of the problem is that what is high frequency
trading varies more than you might expect, another part is what is meant
From time to time, in working with Solr there is a common problem – when do you
update the Solr index structure. There are various reasons for these
changes – the new functional requirements, optimization, or anything
else – it is not important....
This is the 3rd post in a series ‘How to get started with CI’
Previously, we talked about choosing the correct infrastructure for
your CI system. We will now talk about CI tools themselves. There are
lots of CI tools out there. Many more than I know...
According to Appcelerator's latest developer survey, Google+ will have more impact on mobile growth than any other recent technology announcement, including Apple's iCloud. Throughout the report, it's clear that Google+ has caught the imagination of software...
It's been a few weeks since Oracle announced the plans with JavaFX.
The JavaFX 2010-2011 roadmap is described at the JavaFX website. As
I expected, there were many discussions and opinions in the blogosphere
after the announcement. I took some time to read...
Have you seen the otn post from end of July? 163 Oracle ACE Sessions at Oracle OpenWorld 2011.
That's a huge number. Compared to the 358 ACEs and ACE Directors out there, this makes a
total of 45% of the overall ACEs speaking at "their" number...
In a recent article I described how important I consider the practice of Testing, especially in the form of TDD.
Erik made a real good comment on that article:
“Start learning how to test today”
Do you have any good resources?