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Ericsson Aims to Get Your City Networked

One of the more interesting trends of recent times has been the growth in so called smarter cities.  It’s been a topic I’ve covered a few...

0 replies - 726 views - 07/11/14 by Adi Gaskell in Articles

Agile Is The New Black

Agile development seems like a way of life nowadays, with businesses and individuals implementing all kinds of frameworks across the board to promote agile...

0 replies - 4453 views - 06/13/14 by Whitney Baker in Articles

A Critique of MQTT From a Microsoft Architect

Most people would say that the MQTT has proven to be fairly successful as a lightweight messaging protocol. It is often boasted about for it's small code...

0 replies - 5878 views - 06/10/14 by Benjamin Ball in Articles

Managing DevOps Across Multiple Clouds

Like it or not the future of enterprise IT involves hybrid cloud computing in multiple forms. On the one hand, IT organizations will be trying to cope with...

0 replies - 2807 views - 06/09/14 by Trevor Parsons in Articles

Analysing Garbage Collector logs with IBM Pattern Modeling and Analysis Tool

Steps 1)  Add the following GC parameters to your program -Xloggc:C:/codelatest1/gc.log -XX:+PrintGCDetails...

0 replies - 3035 views - 04/08/14 by Achala Chathura... in Articles

DZone Research Cloud News Update (April 7)

A lot has happened in the cloud industry since the release of our 2014 Cloud Platform Research Report in early March, which is why we are providing monthly...

0 replies - 4395 views - 04/07/14 by Benjamin Ball in Articles

The Cloudcast #133 - The Cloud Foundry Foundation

The Cloudcast #133 - Cloud Foundry Foundation (34:39) Download the MP3 Date: March 6, 2014 By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely Description: Aaron ad...

0 replies - 4271 views - 03/10/14 by Brian Gracely in Articles

Do Developers Use NoSQL Because They're Too Lazy to Use RDBMS Correctly?

Looks like link sharing sites finally found and discussed this blog post titled "MongoDB Days" back in April.  The author says that the problem with...

0 replies - 7668 views - 08/29/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles

Lotus Notes, a Lesson in Poor UX

As a longtime Outlook user, I've had the exciting experience of learning how to use Lotus Notes. When first starting to use it I was shocked at how "clunky"...

6 replies - 5794 views - 01/21/13 by Michael Mainguy in Articles

Showdown: Integration Framework (Spring Integration, Apache Camel) vs. Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

I had a talk at Java User Group Frankfurt (JUGF): “Showdown: Integration Framework (Spring Integration, Apache Camel) vs. Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)”....

0 replies - 10043 views - 12/27/12 by Kai Wähner in Articles

Innovation and Big Data in Corporations: A Roadmap

Big Data is all about technology and business model innovation.  Why? Because, a lot of next generation business models are DATA centric.  Almost all...

0 replies - 3498 views - 09/10/12 by Ravi Kalakota in Articles

Daily Dose: The End is Nigh - IBM Builds Cognitive Computing Chips

The brilliant engineers and scientists over at Cyberdyne Systems IBM introduced the "first computing core that combines digital 'neurons' and on-chip...

2 replies - 25006 views - 08/18/11 by Ross Jernigan in Daily Dose

Daily Dose: CouchDB 2.0 Released, introduces UnQL

On Friday, the second version of the Couchbase Server was revealed. The new server should "be easy to install and manage, and will bring new indexing and...

0 replies - 17717 views - 07/31/11 by Ross Jernigan in Daily Dose

Daily Dose: Apple Sued By iCloud Communications Over iCloud Name

Less than a week after Apple introduced the iCloud service at the WWDC, Arizona-based iCloud Communications filed a trademark infringement suit against them....

0 replies - 12348 views - 06/12/11 by Jim Moscater in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - VirtualBox Update from Oracle

The Oracle VM VirtualBox has reached version 3.2.12.  The virtualization app for x86 hardware just received about 20 bugfixes fixing stability issues, 64-bit...

0 replies - 21558 views - 12/03/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Oracle goes postal and the rest just carry on

Unless you've been living under a rock the past few weeks, you'll no doubt be aware of the moves Oracle have made. As a developer though, do you think it's...

3 replies - 11117 views - 10/15/10 by Alex Collins in Articles

R.I.P. Harmony

This week IBM announced that it will be joining Oracle in the OpenJDK and subsequently abandoing the Apache Harmony project.  While some are excited about the...

16 replies - 9271 views - 10/12/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles

Daily Dose - A Few More Thoughts From James Gosling

Darryl Taft wasn't the only one who got an interview with the Father of Java this week.  The authors of the Basement Coders blog also got Gosling to do a...

0 replies - 21988 views - 09/23/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - DTrace Co-inventor Leaves Oracle

Yet another great developer has left Oracle this week.  Bryan Cantrill, the co-inventor of DTrace, gave a heartfelt farewell to the company he joined in...

2 replies - 16673 views - 07/26/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - Apache Elects New Board

At today's annual ASF members meeting, the attendees voted for the next board of directors.  Returning board members include Doug Cutting, Roy T. Fielding,...

2 replies - 15015 views - 07/19/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose