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Developing Services with Apache Camel - Part I: The Inspiration

In early May, my client asked me to work on a project migrating from IBM Message Broker 6.1 to an open source solution. Their reason was simple, the IBM...

0 replies - 2726 views - 09/24/14 by Matt Raible in Articles

How Java Executes and Performs Better

 Please bear with my attempt to inform you a little regarding the execution of Java code.Java’s code is compiled into byte code, which Java’s...

2 replies - 11810 views - 09/22/14 by A. N. M. Bazlur... in Articles

Eclipse's BIRT: Dynamic Report

Motivation Eclipse's BIRT is using XML files for the report layout description which have suffixes like: rptdesign, rptlibrary, rpttemplate. The rptdesign...

0 replies - 2148 views - 09/22/14 by Kosta Stojanovski in Articles

Java - Four Security Vulnerabilities Related Coding Practices to Avoid

This article represents top 4 security vulnerabilities related coding practice to avoid while you are programming with Java language. Recently, I came across...

2 replies - 5474 views - 09/19/14 by Ajitesh Kumar in Articles

15 Tools That Make Life Easy For Java Developers

If you are a web developer, it is a no brainer that much of your professional life will be spent using Java. This is one commercial grade programming...

2 replies - 7424 views - 09/18/14 by Michael Georgiou in Articles

Ruby Unit Testing is Weak as a Safety Net

Ruby unit testing feels very nice and natural to write with RSpec. Since I started working with Ruby more often that is one of the things I liked the most....

2 replies - 3569 views - 09/18/14 by Carlo Scarioni in Articles

5 Error Tracking Tools Java Developers Should Know

Raygun, Stack Hunter, Sentry, Takipi and Airbrake: Modern developer tools to help you crush bugs before bugs crush your app With the Java...

0 replies - 2395 views - 09/17/14 by Chen Harel in Articles

Another Valid Open/Closed Principle

I guess many of you readers are familiar with the Open/Closed principle. It states that:Software entities (classes, modules, functions, etc.) should be...

0 replies - 3523 views - 09/17/14 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles

Spotlight on GlassFish 4.1: #3 Changing the Release Number

'Spotlight on GlassFish 4.0.1' is a series of posts that highlights specific enhancements of the upcoming GlassFish 4.0.1 release. It could be a new feature, a...

0 replies - 1793 views - 09/17/14 by Reza Rahman in Articles

A new way of extracting values in AssertJ collections assertions

We've been using AssertJ  in Young Digital Planet in several Java projects already and we love it. It makes our tests much easier to...

0 replies - 6001 views - 09/16/14 by Mateusz Haligowski in Articles

JPPF 4.2.2 maintenance release

JPPF makes it easy to parallelize computationally intensive tasks and execute them on a Grid. This maintenance release brings important bug...

0 replies - 697 views - 09/13/14 by Laurent Cohen in Announcements

Alternative Logging Frameworks for Application Servers: WebLogic

Introduction Welcome to the second in the blog series of using alternative logging frameworks with application servers. This entry will focus on...

0 replies - 5295 views - 09/12/14 by Andrew Pielage in Articles

When the Java 8 Streams API is not Enough

Java 8 was – as always – a release of compromises and backwards-compatibility. A release where the JSR-335 expert group might not have agreed upon...

4 replies - 4177 views - 09/11/14 by Lukas Eder in Articles

Garbage Collectors - Serial vs. Parallel vs. CMS vs. G1 (and what's new in Java 8)

  The 4 Java Garbage Collectors - How the Wrong Choice Dramatically Impacts Performance The year is 2014 and there are two things that still remain a...

0 replies - 3887 views - 09/10/14 by Chen Harel in Articles

GraniteDS 3.1.0.GA, the Flex-JavaFX-Java EE integration platform, has been released

GraniteDS , the Flex / JavaFX / Java EE integration platform, has been released in version  3.1.0.GA. It brings a lot of bug fixes and...

0 replies - 669 views - 09/08/14 by Franck Wolff in Announcements

Geek Reading September 5, 2014

I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy...

0 replies - 6480 views - 09/06/14 by Robert Diana in Articles

The Best of the Week (July 22): NoSQL Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone (July 22 to July 28). Here they are, in order of popularity: 1....

0 replies - 5233 views - 08/31/14 by Alec Noller in Articles

Java EE 8 Takes Off!

A big day for Java EE - Java EE 8 is now officially launched as JSR 366 via the JCP process. As you might have...

0 replies - 5957 views - 08/29/14 by Reza Rahman in Articles

Java, Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Their Lessons

Some time ago, I’ve posted an article on my hobby project for 2014. An update is more than due. My initial idea was to build a hydroponics sensor unit...

1 replies - 6082 views - 08/28/14 by Lieven Doclo in Articles

Refcard Expansion Pack: Getting Started with Apache Hadoop

This week, DZone released its latest Refcard: Getting Started with Apache Hadoop By Piotr Krewski and Adam Kawa Apache Hadoop enables distributed...

0 replies - 4237 views - 08/26/14 by Alec Noller in Articles