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The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the release of NetBeans IDE 6.7.1, which supports the latest JavaFX SDK.
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NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 is an update to NetBeans IDE 6.7 and includes the...
With the final release of Java 8 around the corner, one of the new features I’m excited about is the new Date API, a result of the work on JSR 310.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Big Data Zone. This week's best include the release of Apache Hadoop 2.3.0, Big Data on the precipice of a collapse, the second edition of "Hadoop in Practice," and more.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone. This week's best include when to use MongoDB rather than MySQL, a look at how to deal with application-level scenarios in Cassandra, a bughunt in MongoDB, and more.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (Feb. 28 to Mar. 6). This week's topics include an interview with our dev of the week (and topic expert in the 2014 Cloud Platform Report), coding cloud APIs, SaaS churn rates, hypervisors, and the five layers of PaaS.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (Feb. 28 to Mar. 6). This week's topics include connection pooling with Apache products, Red Hat announces new releases, getting started with Beanstalkd, authenticating with OAuth, and WebSocket implementation.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Mobile Zone. This week's best include tips on how to make Android development less frustrating, removing obsolete Cordova code from Xcode, why taking app messages at face value is a stupid mistake, and more.
Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the HTML5 Zone (Feb. 14 to Feb. 20). This week's topics include the previous dev of the week, angular application components, the art of angular, an open source HTML5 library, and adaptive backgrounds in jQuery.
WebLogic is Oracle's strategic application server for the Java EE Platform
Pull is the driving force behind smooth and efficient agile practice. What is its nature though, and how can we harness it? In this article we explore where pull comes from and how it propagates. Can the strange magic behind it be explained in terms of scientific management?
When I was assigned as a CTO, I was very excited. I think it’s time for me to bring the joy and delight of coding. So I wrote my plan ahead and I have a commitment to apply the Joel Test.
Often we developers under-estimate the value that a proper font adds to the look and feel of our apps.
Memory management is a serious issue for Java development. When it comes to Android, though, things are a little different: consequences are limited to your individual app, rather than system-wide catastrophes. That means you might need some different strategies, and this recent article can help.
This article discusses why it’s important for connectors to support bulk operations whenever possible. If you want to add batch support to an existing connector without breaking backwards compatibility, the article covers how to register discoverable transformers.
Web development has changed a lot. This blog post is going to chart the progress of web development through my own experience. Of course, this doesn’t by any means cover the whole spectrum, but I think my experience has been not unusual for a Java programming working through the noughties.
We’ll show you an easy-as-pie way to implement a local cache using the good old ConcurrentHashMap and lambda expressions.
Spring Data modules provides various modules to work with various types of datasources like RDBMS, NOSQL stores etc in unified way.
If we choose conformance to actuals as the definition for the “rightness” or “goodness” of an estimate, we’re certainly encouraging overestimation. It’s easier to overestimate and then waste effort as needed to be “accurate” than to underestimate and try to hit a possibly impossible target. Those who ask for estimates using this definition know this, so they are likely to arbitrarily cut the estimate in order to put pressure on development and prevent padding.
Successful, long-lasting movement have a clear manifesto outlining goals and principles. Many DevOps adopters may not be aware of the DevOps Manifesto (created by Jez Humble @jezhumble) nor how successful DevOps requires keeping a clear focus on principles, practices, and value (instead of infrastructure tooling).