You know your (technical) baby is (almost) grown up when the book on the project finally comes out. Such is the case for Apache Mahout, thanks to Manning Publications shipping Mahout in Action this week.
So, before I start into my review, let me first...
I have completed all three of my Progressive JavaFX 2.0 talks in California, at JavaOne 2011, Silicon Valley Code Camp at Foothills College and Silicon Valley JavaFX User Group at Oracle Conference Center.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been involved in a contentious
intellectual property dispute. (Ok, put your hand down, this is a
blog, and I can’t see you.) I asked a room full of developers this
question last year, and I saw that about 5-10% of...
There is already Captcha support build-in for Tapestry5 but doing
something from scratch is always fun in Tapestry. So in this post we are
going to use reCaptcha
with Tapestry5. There are two ways of integrating reCaptcha in your
website. One way is to...
In many (most?) systems performance is an important non-functional
requirement. And even if you attained the required performance, it is
useful to keep an eye on it to detect if a codechange involuntarily
deteriorates it. Enter the Performance plugin for...
Debates across programming languages and type systems are not new.
And this post does not attempt to shed new light on these (though it is
hardly an un-opinionated view)
Yet one point that keeps on bothering me time and again. That the
lens used to...
After struggling most of yesterday day, I finally have the Maven archetype working.
Use the command:mvn archetype:generate -DarchetypeCatalog=http://tapestry.apache.org/This points Maven at the Tapestry-specific Archetype Catalog, you
want the first option...
More on the Open World side of happenings one big and probably
unexpected announcement was that Oracle is finally supporting the cloud
movement and offering their own public cloud service. Beside the official announcements, some more or less content-less...
Having been back in London for a few days I've had some time to digest the madness that was last week.
My lasting impression of JavaOne is almost entirely positive. Granted,
it was my first major conference, so maybe I'm just not jaded yet. But