Over the past couple of months, Aaron Seigo has been posting a fantastic series of video guides on building KDE software from git.kde.org. Here's Part 1.
This article provides code snippets and guidelines to post “tweets” to your Twitter account using a Spring Integration module.
Refactoring takes less time than Redesign, because it is the simplification of code or tests or requirements or documentation or any other work product associated with the system.
This post explains how use WSO2 CEP and ActiveMQ JMS Broker to publish and subscribe events.
There are currently two schools of thought in developing Web Services – one being the standards-based traditional approach [ SOAP ] and the other, simpler school of thought [ REST ]. A simple comparison grid is below.
Today: Dissecting Amazon's smart dropdowns, reverse-engineering OKCupid's API, a cool trick with Google Spreadsheets, and The Matrix in 60 seconds!
'In this talk, we will explore what CPU caches are, how they work and how to measure your JVM-based application data usage to utilize them for maximum efficiency."
Neo4j is deployed everywhere from internal business units to global 24x7 environments, yet all successful customers share something in common: a serious business attitude.
Over at the OpenShift blog, Ryan Jarvinen has published a simple two-step tutorial for getting started with OpenShift's release-management pipeine, which includes . . .
This article talks of where I’d like source-control to go, and reevaluates the article Lucas and I previously wrote.
This week in NoSQL, get an introduction to NoSQL from Martin Fowler, a JavaOne 2012 video on Asynchronous Messaging Architecture with NoSQL, and more . . .
I had a very odd interchange with my friend Merlyn over lunch; he started talking about red code vs. green code (in the context of supporting both callbacks and promises inside NodeJS).
I tried to come up with different personas for the different types of communicators on my team. So far, I've broken the communication styles down into these general personas:
Here's a one-hour presentation by Maksims Rebrove that not only introduces, but also dispells some common myths surrounding NoSQL solutions.
I love hearing what people are doing with Eclipse. It really is amazing the great software people have built on top of Eclipse.
Discover best practices and the most useful tools for building the ideal integration architecture.
Want to be an MVB? There's a page for that.