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WicketStuff 6.10.0 is out!

The new version of the community-driven project WicketStuff is now available. It follows the relaease of the last version 6.10.0 of Apache Wicket. Along...

0 replies - 664 views - 08/22/13 by Andrea Del Bene in Announcements

(Mobile) Java Development Job Opportunities

Hi there!  I'm a recruiter with a local IT consulting firm in Raleigh, NC.  We're partnered with many great organizations in the area.  I am...

1 replies - 451 views - 08/15/13 by Marvick Burgos in Announcements

Glue and Big Data: Getting Started, Part 1

Where to start? Glue is split into three parts: glue-rest - this is the workflow engine that will execute your jobs gluecron - this is the...

1 replies - 923 views - 08/07/13 by Gerrit Jansen V... in Articles

Checking out JArchitect

Recently I got a free license (Thanks!) from Dane for JArchitect. It’s a tool for analyzing your Java code. It also helps for improving your code quality. I...

0 replies - 5485 views - 08/06/13 by Christian Grobmeier in Articles

Java and PHP Data Synchronization in the Cloud

Sometimes your Java or PHP application can’t cope with any additional load, whether it’s from high traffic or performance reducing tasks. As a result it...

0 replies - 4001 views - 08/06/13 by Marina Sprava in Articles

NoSQL with JPA

EclipseLink, reference implementation of JPA, has JPA support for NoSQL databases (MongoDB and Oracle NoSQL) as of the version 2.4. In this tutorial we will...

0 replies - 6462 views - 08/06/13 by Hüseyin Akdoğan in Articles

JavaScript for Java Developers (Part 1: Lack of Classes, Instatiating Objects)

I have been working mostly with Java in my 9 years of development experience. In those years I have worked with many other Java developers and one of the...

2 replies - 14918 views - 08/01/13 by Carlo Scarioni in Articles

Five Useful Computation Layers Solve Java’s Data Calculation

The data computation layer in between the data persistent layer and the application layer is responsible for computing the data from data persistence layer,...

0 replies - 3046 views - 08/01/13 by Jim King in Articles

How Static Analysis Can Help Code Comprehension

You might expect most time of any developer's time to be taken up by writing or modifying code, fixing a bug or similar. However, the surprising truth is...

0 replies - 2827 views - 07/30/13 by Istvan Forgacs in Articles

An Introduction to Generics in Java – Part 5

This is a continuation of an introductory discussion on generics, previous parts of which can be found here.In this post I will focus on type parameter...

0 replies - 6526 views - 07/29/13 by Sayem Ahmed in Articles

5 Coding Hacks to Reduce GC Overhead

In this post we’ll look at five ways in which we can use efficient coding to help our garbage collector spend less CPU time allocating and freeing memory,...

1 replies - 12099 views - 07/24/13 by Tal Weiss in Articles

Takeover of Alfresco's Technical Debt

An efficient way to get rid of some Technical Debt quickly and efficiently is to use an automatic refactoring tool such as Scertify. Indeed, Scertify enables...

1 replies - 3918 views - 07/22/13 by Armel Gouriou in Articles

GraphHopper Maps - High Performance and Customizable Routing in Java

Today we're proud to announce the first stable release of GraphHopper! After over a year of busy development we finally reached version 0.1!GraphHopper is a...

0 replies - 1807 views - 07/22/13 by Peter Karussell in Announcements

DEMUX Framework 0.6.3 released

 DEMUX Framework 0.6.3 is available. This version brings several improvements, such as:Improved dialog support on all platformsSplash screen for Android...

0 replies - 448 views - 07/21/13 by Vladimir Djurovic in Announcements

Garbage Collection in Java (Part 4)

G1: Garbage First The G1 collector is the latest collector to be implemented in the hotspot JVM. Its been a supported collector ever since Java 7 Update 4....

0 replies - 9575 views - 07/18/13 by Richard Warburton in Articles

Java Garbage Collection Distilled

 Serial, Parallel, Concurrent, CMS, G1, Young Gen, New Gen, Old Gen, Perm Gen, Eden, Tenured, Survivor Spaces, Safepoints, and the hundreds of JVM startup...

0 replies - 6807 views - 07/18/13 by Martin Thompson in Articles

Java 7 vs Groovy 2.1 Performance Comparison

I haven't used Groovy for 2 years, since my last touch with Grails. I get stuck in (hard)core Enterprise Java, with some performance aspects in background....

8 replies - 19143 views - 07/15/13 by Jakub Kubrynski in Articles

Continuous Delivery, Bloated WARs, and Jugaad

In this conversation from JavaOne India, Xebia's Adriaan de Jonge tackles what could be an unexpected obstacle to continuous delivery: bloated WAR files. Plus,...

0 replies - 2720 views - 07/12/13 by Eric Gregory in Articles

VisualVM 1.3.6 Released

VisualVM 1.3.6 has been released, delivering many bugfixes and introducing several improvements:Unavailable sites aren't deleted on startupMetaspace...

0 replies - 1594 views - 07/11/13 by Jiri Sedlacek in Announcements

Java Persistence Standards Applicability to NoSQL Database Technology

Many of the Java developers with a few years under their belt will likely remember the POJO persistence wars of the early 2000's.  At that time, there...

0 replies - 5052 views - 07/11/13 by Robert Greene in Articles