The way software is being developed has changed over the last ten years, it has shifted from companies developing the vast majority of their own software to a software development approach that depends on open source components that are freely available.
Many people see the Spring vs. Java EE comparison as a no-brainer, where Java easily claims the prize. But Java EE advocates might not be making the best decision if they haven't considered these points first.
In my earlier days of development, whenever I saw "https:// " in my web browser, I thought creating one such connection in my own app was rocket science. But a number of years later, when I started digging, I saw how simple it was.
At DevOpsDays Mountain View I was lucky enough to get some time with Michael Rembetsy, Director of Engineering and Operations at Etsy, which manages to be PCI-DSS compliant while practicing continuous deployment. In this short interview, he describes how they do it.
For a while I've been planning to record my own experiences of the mobile revolution through the lense of the Maemo mobile Linux ecosystem. This is much in the same spirit as Texrat's excellent piece. Today's news made this even more urgent, and so here it is.
Django was created by the folks at the Lawrence Journal-World and released to the public in 2005. It’s very active and with a strong group of followers, the framework is currently in it’s 1.4 incarnation, and the last release was done in March/2012.