• submit to reddit
Trisha Gee11/07/13
0 replies

LinkedIn Etiquette

For no reason other than LinkedIn communications are starting to irritate me, here's my personal LinkedIn Etiquette guide. Feel free to disagree with it all.

Gil Zilberfeld11/07/13
1 replies

4 Signs That Agile is Declining: The Sequel

It’s been more than two years since I wrote “4 signs that agile is declining”. I gave a talk at Agile Eastern Europe (which hopefully will be up soon) that revisited this topic. Here’s a summary.

Chris Chang11/07/13
0 replies

Deep Dive into Connection Pooling

As your application grows in functionality and/or usage, managing resources becomes increasingly important. Failure to properly utilize connection pooling is one major “gotcha” that we’ve seen greatly impact MongoDB performance and trip up developers of all levels.

Jim Hirschauer11/07/13
0 replies

DevOps Is No Replacement for Ops

DevOps is still misunderstood and has tremendous room for greater adoption still but let’s be clear about one very important thing: DevOps is not a replacement for operations!

Steve Francia11/07/13
0 replies

Refactoring with Go Fmt

We’ve had decades of endless argument and debate about the correct format of software. Golang has done away with these endless debates once and for all by shipping a formatter that ensures that all go code follows the exact same format.

S M Sohan11/07/13
1 replies

Configure Me Not

Configuration in software provides a method to build systems that can adapt to different configurations. Configuration makes it possible to deliver such features without needing a change log in the application source code.

Paul Miller11/07/13
0 replies

Is Data-Powered Personalization Creepier When it Happens Offline?

Survey results, like infographics, make up a depressingly large part of the daily email deluge. And, like almost every infographic ever made, most of these surveys are a complete waste of time. Every now and then, though, one that’s a little more interesting will arrive.

Mike Bushong11/06/13
0 replies

More on Open: Standards

iscussions around Open frequently gravitate towards technology standards and the bodies that support them (IETF, ONF, and so one). In this context, the thinking is that technologies that are standardized will exhibit fewer (if any) vendor-specific elements.

Paul Underwood11/06/13
0 replies

The HTML5 Datalist Element: A New Method For Autocomplete

The datalist element is current supported in Chrome, Firefox and Opera. It will allow you to create an autocomplete boxes without using any Javascript.

Istvan Forgacs11/06/13
0 replies

Code Understanding Step by Step - How to Find a Feature in the Code?

One of the major problems, while working with old code or code written by someone else, is to find the place of the implementation of a feature we would like to modify. In this article we will explain how to handle this kind of problem fast and efficiently.

Eric D. Schabell11/06/13
0 replies

Enhancing your JBoss Integration with JBoss BRMS in Practice

The main focus of this article will be an actual integration project that provides you with an architectural blueprint for calling out to your Red Hat JBoss Business Rules Management System (BRMS) engine from your Red Hat JBoss Fuse service bus messaging routes.

Eli Bendersky11/06/13
0 replies

How to JIT: An introduction

The purpose of this article is to provide a better introductory overview of JITing, with code samples that don’t rely on any libraries.

Allen Coin11/06/13
0 replies

Dev of the Week: Claus Ibsen

Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Claus Ibsen, principal software engineer at Red Hat focusing on Apache Camel and ActiveMQ.

Rick Hightower11/06/13
0 replies

Boon Slice Notation

Java slice notation to split up strings, lists, sets, arrays, and to search sorted sets and maps

Mitch Pronschinske11/06/13
0 replies

Rackspace Moves to Challenge Digital Ocean and Others in SSD Cloud Hosting

I wonder whether this move from Rackspace was significantly influenced by Digital Ocean's meteoric rise with it's low-priced pure-SSD servers. I think the other vendors have to be taking notice of the scrappy startup by now.