The term 'datastore’ is one that many of you who work with VMware are familiar, but which doesn’t really translate to the world of Microsoft’s Hyper-V.
Apache Subversion’s commit command allows you to quickly create a copy of item(s) at both the working copy and the repository level. It’s most commonly used in creating branches.
It is common that most of the developers use their own logging frameworks at the time of development and that force organizations to maintain configuration for each logging framework.
Part 3 of our “20+ Days of Server Virtualization” series is about Dynamic Memory in Hyper-V. As the title suggests, this is not your Father’s Memory Overcommit.
tinylog, an open source logger for Java, has been released in version 0.8. The second to last beta version of tinylog uses class loaders in a different way to supports also application servers such as Glassfish.
Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V Server 2012, and Windows 8 allows the addition, removal, or configuration changes of some key aspects of a virtual machine; even while it’s running.
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Before committing work to the central repository, you may want to review the changes you’ve made. This can be achieved by running Apache Subversion’s ‘svn status’ command at the top of your working copy, which will print out a list of all your local changes.
CIO.com (and the print edtion) is reporting that CIOs are increasingly looking to embed IT staff in the business units they serve rather than centralize them all directly under the CIO.
I’m moving all my side projects to run on GitHub as open source repositories. One of my goals in doing this is to facilitate engagement around my projects, as opposed to developing them in isolation.
Even though many of you may have heard of Microsoft’s virtualization solution, you may not know much about it.
When developing an IntelliJ plugin, testing backward compatibility across old versions of the IDEA plugin SDK can be painful. Here's how to configure TeamCity for continuos integration across multiple SDK versions.
This month the topic is Server Virtualization. Specifically, we’ll be discussing and helping you learn more about Microsoft’s virtualization platform: Hyper-V.
This week we're talking to Juri Strumpflohner, web app developer, blogger, and martial artist.
Here's a 52-minute video that should be mandatory for all developers and their management to watch, even if after watching it they decide to not do the same. It’s all about toggles, Trunk Based Development (TBD) and Branch by Abstraction.
In February of 2013, the US-based IT Pro Technology Evangelists wrote up 20 articles in our 19-part series, “Migration and Deployment.”
Instructions for installing Git and Virtualenv whether you're on OSX or a major Linux distro.
Working with Properties in Spring. Focuses on registering properties via the XML namespace element, Java Annotations and by hand. Also Discusses the newly introduced Property Support in Spring 3.1.
It didn’t take long. A few months after we released an open source continuous integration tool (Anthill) in 2001, we were asked, “It’s great that I have the build setup, now how do I deploy to the test lab?”
My talk from JUG NYC from last summer has finally been uploaded to YouTube!
If you use Apache, then you most likely have DirectoryIndex enabled on your development server. This is the feature that lets you request a directory without a home document and see a list of folders and files.
There’s no need to tell how much popular and widely used the Eclipse platform is. And the huge success of it lies in its extensibility.
Last live-blog, I made a plan to launch. Just the day before, I talked about how oftenplanning goes astray. And unsurprisingly, it’s only taken two days for my plan to get off track.
giter8 template for liftweb apps with twitter-boostrap
We sit down for a chat with the host of The DevOps Cafe, Damon Edwards, to talk through the finer points of DevOps. We ask some pointed questions in an attempt to get a good, concrete definition of “DevOps,” but without the hype that often comes prepackaged with the discussion.