Pretty simple question. Which programming language do you think is bad for the developer community while it's still being used? Or which language do you think has stuck around in the industry for too long?
The APIs can easily be used to build a web or command line based tool to support remote ActiveMQ management features. That being said, all of these features are available via the JMX console itself and ActiveMQ does provide a web console to support some management/monitoring tasks.
Spring 3.1 now includes support for the long awaited environment aware feature called profiles. Now we can activate profiles in our application, which allows us to define beans by deployment regions, such as “dev”, “qa”, “production”, “cloud”, etc.
In this tutorial, I will briefly talk about sprites and how to handle collision detection. The spaceship will now have the ability to generate a force field to protect itself from enemies and asteroids.
Although JUnit's inclusion of Hamcrest core matchers makes them easier to use if one only wants to use the core matchers, this inclusion can make use of the non-core matchers more difficult and is a well-known issue.
Over the weekend I was trying to port some of the neo4j import code for the ThoughtWorks graph I’ve been working on to make use of the REST Batch API and I came across an interesting example of imperative vs functional thinking.
This series looks at how to design and implement a location-based Android application using the location API and Google Maps. Part One focuses on gathering the requirements, analyzing the tools at our disposal, and designing the application.