I had a bit of epiphany on the subject of nested conversations the
other day when I was thinking about them and thought I’d share. I think
nested conversations have been a little misunderstood with people unsure
of how to use them, myself included, but I...
POST request can be used for multiple purposes on the web. It can be
used for performing the Create or Update operations for various
resources. The most common usage of a POST request is in the form of a
FORM on an HTML page.
I’ve attended an Oslo Coding Dojo named “How stateless can you go?” lead by Thomas K. Nilsson.
The goal was to write a toString() method for a tree structure printing
nodes with proper indentation w.r.t. their depth and then to make it as
Provocative title, I know. But this is what my mind came up with, reading about @EdBurns latest survey where the JSF EG asks the community: "Should we deprecate Managed Beans in #JSF 2.2?".
Seeing the first intermediate direction from today, it's...
DZone caught up with Boris Aleksandrovsky, a Search Architect at Yammer, this week to talk about his intriguing specialization in search, machine learning, data analysis, and neuroscience. Boris helped implement the real-time search system in Yammer's...
Is it surprising news? You'll have to decide. Oracle is now proposing that the Hudson open source CI Engine, which was recently gutted when many contributors chose to join the Jenkins fork after a trademark dispute, should have it's governance and IP...
This is the second part of 2 posts. During these posts you will learn
how to set up your windows environment for Android app development. In
the first part ( located here: part 1 ) we downloaded & installed Java / the Android SDK and Eclipse. This post...
VMware recently announced their CloudFoundry initiative, an Open-Platform-as-a-Service for Spring, Ruby and Node.js applications.
This is great news for cloud users and a major milestone in the
industry. Most cloud providers create their own (closed) IaaS,...
Paul Homer has a post listing several ways in which you can waste your time
while programming. Much of the waste comes from lack of thought about
how to write code, primarily because people jump directly from specs
into coding without thinking about how...
Java Inventor introduces itself as an IDE for education, that
makes rich Java development and deployment easy for anyone. It promises to reduce the learning curve for Java developers. With these great aims, I spoke with Jeff Martin, the man behind it all, to...
Postlet is a Java applet used for uploading files to web servers. It
supports multiple file uploadusing a nice and easy to use design.
Postlet provide 4 main features: • File progress bar • Error checking • Easy selection and upload of multiple...
Adobe has its ear to the ground when it comes to it's core user base of developers and designers. They know that figuring out how to develop and design applications for smartphones (and now tablets as well) can involve a steep learning curve. They also...
Unless you are living under a rock, you’ve probably heard, if not
felt Amazon’s outage (you can read more about it all over the web, e.g.
Cade Metz at the register or Julianne Pepitone at CNN money, [edit Apr26] Todd Hoff ‘s list of posts on th
I’ve been looking at alternatives for java-style DI and DI containers
which would use pure Scala; a promising candidate is the Cake Pattern
(see my earlier blog post
for information on how the Cake Pattern works). FP enthusiast also
claim that they...