The thing about learning a new programming language is that it is a humbling experience. You may have been an expert in another language after years of honing intricate knowledge of its behaviors and foibles.
I believe most of the Java Developers are aware of the latest Java release i.e Java 7. A lot of us are disappointed about quite a few important features being deferred to Java 8, but its really good to see the language evolving and lot of things happening in the Java community
I’ve seen it all. I really have. The highly paid consultant from a well-known enterprise software vendor who once told me: “I don’t need to use an IDE, I do everything in Notepad.”… all the way to a client that was convinced the best relational database was the one they built in-house
One of the more recent Android ADT updates added Android Lint. Lint will check your Android project for simples things that you can change to improve your app. Lint notifies you about things like . . .
When thinking about scaling scenarios for a graph database, I had the following scenario in mind, a graph of nodes that is spread across multiple servers, where each member in the graph may reside on any machine in the system.
Ricky Ho wrote this opinion piece on what makes an application a good public cloud citizen back in 2009. Interesting how his thoughts have been reflected in the evolution of cloud computing over the last few years.
This is pretty short note where I want to show power of Kotlin in real life use.We will wrap amazing vert.x framework in order to make it a bit Kotlin-ish but the main goal will be to show couple of standard ways to wrap existing Java API.Let us start with...
For a while OpenJDK has had a prototype (download and evaluate here). Reinhold says that maintaining compatibility with existing code has been a "delicate task". They also have not started to plan how they will support various containers for IDEs, app servers, etc.
The software revolution changed the world in some pretty dramatic ways. The hardware revolution will be even more dramatic. Take it from a guy who lives in Hong Kong with the high tech manufacturing center of the world only a 30 minute train ride away in Shenzhen, China.