It's been around 2 weeks now since we released WildFly 8.0.0.Alpha1 version. The download is available on the WildFly downloads page. I'm sure many of you might be wondering what WildFly is and some of you who are aware of what it is, might not be aware that there has been a release.
The Java API for WebSocket (JSR 356) is one of the key parts of Java EE 7. It allows Java developers to write Java HTML5/WebSocket applications with a simple, fluent, high-level API, both on the client and the server-side.
Today I’m sharing a piece from our geeky friends at application security company Veracode, who pieced together this infographic which does a good job highlighting the history of some of our beloved programming languages.
Today: How to ease in novice developers, why one banker quit his job to learn programming, Mozilla and Foxconn team up for Firefox OS Devices. Plus: The first porn app for Google Glass (safe for work link).
Have you ever had a feeling that your automated tests are becoming overhead for the project? That the effort to keep them green seems to be higher than the added value? Then maybe what you do is integration testing and not unit testing.