• submit to reddit
Cody Powell01/21/13
4023 views
1 replies

A Unified Theory of Software Karma

I make a lot of jokes at work about code review karma. Here's the idea: each time a person volunteers to review others' code, that person build their code review karma.

Michael Mainguy01/21/13
6171 views
6 replies

Lotus Notes, a Lesson in Poor UX

As a longtime Outlook user, I've had the exciting experience of learning how to use Lotus Notes.

Pascal Alma01/21/13
6271 views
0 replies

Set Up AWS Autoscaling

In this post I will setup autoscaling for the EC2 WordPress server I created previously. With autoscaling you can tell Amazon to launch or terminate instances based on a set of rules/ conditions.

Eric Genesky01/21/13
4742 views
1 replies

On Developing MongoDB for the Last 5 Years - Author of the MongoDB Refcard

DZone interviews Kristina Chodorow, who gives some insight into MongoDB, the popular NoSQL solution. She also suggests some great further reading.

Swizec Teller01/21/13
5084 views
2 replies

Project Soundtracks – How I Killed Procrastination

About two months ago I decided to take the concept of training myself in a mad Pavlovian experiment even further. What if I could program myself not only to feel an irresistible urge to work, but an irresistible urge to work on a specific project?

Dalip Mahal01/21/13
6128 views
1 replies

Testing Departments are for Losers

I’m trying to challenge the belief that testing is mandatory and that there should be one testing resource for every two developers.

Marcin Grzejszczak01/21/13
15184 views
1 replies

Drools Integration with Spring vs Manual Rules Creation

I'm going to show you how to use JBoss Drools to deal with projects where you have hundreds of rules in your business logic.

Jp Morgenthal01/21/13
3508 views
0 replies

Notes From The Field: Inside A Real World Large-Scale Cloud Deployment

I’ve been granted an incredible opportunity. Over the past three and a half months I have gotten to lead a real world large-scale delivery of a cloud solution.

Nikita Ivanov01/21/13
4720 views
0 replies

In-Memory Data Grids… Explained.

In-memory data grids are used throughout a wide spectrum of industries in applications as diverse as risk analytics, trading systems, bioinformatics, ecommerce or online gaming.

Will Soprano01/21/13
8586 views
0 replies

DZone App in the Windows Store

The first version of the DZone app is ready for download in the Windows Store!

Nicolas Frankel01/21/13
3897 views
0 replies

DRY Your Spring Beans Configuration File

It’s always when you discuss with people that some things that you (or the people) hold for an evidence seems to be a closely-held secret. That’s what happened this week when I tentatively showed a trick during a training session that started a debate.

Ben Kepes01/21/13
2280 views
0 replies

On Cloud and Disruption

Recently at Box’s BoxWorks event, I had the good fortune to hear Clayton Christensen, author of such seminal innovation books as “The Innovator’s Dilemma,” present about disruption in technology generally.

Eric Genesky01/21/13
1579 views
0 replies

Free Chapter from "Java EE Development with Eclipse

Packt Publishing recently contacted the DZone editorial team to announce the publication of Java EE Development with Eclipse.

Ayende Rahien01/21/13
2883 views
0 replies

Does the Interpreter Pattern Stand the Test of Time?

In computer programming, the interpreter pattern is a design pattern that specifies how to evaluate sentences in a language. The basic idea is to have a class for each symbol (terminal or nonterminal) in a specialized computer language.

Douglas Rathbone01/21/13
7016 views
0 replies

Mobile, Tablet and Desktop Development All at The Same Time

When you go to create a mobile app for each major platform you quickly realise that it’s a mind boggling task with many languages and tools out there to learn along the way.