Noam and I delivered on Tuesday a joint session called Everything New in C++ at the SELA Developer Practice.
It’s been a really fun session to work on, even though it was also a
cold reminder how easy it is to forget “The C++ Way” when you stay away...
Microsoft recently built a patch that runs Redis on win 32 using the libUV library (which also powers node.js if you're wondering). The creator of Redis, Salvatore Sanfilippo heard about the news and shared his own opinion about the patch:
Hyperic is a powerful and valuable tool for your consideration if you want Management and Monitor
and even it offer you to take advantage of other important features in benefits for your Java Enterprise Applications.
Furthermore Hyperic can work with...
Back 10 years or so when Extreme Programming came out, it began to
change the way that programmers thought about testing. XP made software
developers accountable for testing their own code. XPers gave
programmers practices like Test-First Development and...
I've used to be a developer advocate an awesome database product called MarkLogic, a NoSQL Document Database for the Enterprise. Now it's pretty frequent that people ask me about database stuff.
In here I'm going to try to explain some fun stuff you can do...
I think that I’m coming to the end of my series of blogs on testing
techniques, and it feels like it’s been along haul. One of the things
that has become clearer to me is that approaches to testing are still in
their infancy and as such are a definite...
In my Part-1
post on this topic, we actually did all the I/O I'm going to do here.
We lazily read in the entire sample data file, a file containing data
describing events generated by a process monitor. My next goal was to
re-hydrate my Events from the...
You are working on that fresh project and you see a bad piece of code
somewhere. The wrong way to approach it is “nah, that’s someone else’s
code, I’m not doing anything about it”, “I don’t have time to fix that –
I have other tasks”,...
Not everything is free, or open source, in a developer's life. If you're looking for inspiration about what to get for that special programmer in your life this Christmas, here are some ideas that would make excellent gifts.
So this week it was time to finally start using CloudFormation together with Bio4j. For those not familiar with this AWS service, quoting from their site:
AWS CloudFormation gives developers and systems
administrators an easy way to create and manage a...
The DevOps hype produces some strange effects. Not only do tool
vendors try to jump on the DevOps band wagon by declaring their products
“DevOps inside” or listing DevOps as a feature, but companies start to
look for a “DevOp” in their job ads....