Earlier this year, we released our annual Developer Productivity report. It was based off a performance survey which collected responses from over 1500 developers, testers, architects, and many more interestingly named job titles. In this post we look at some of the report insights and answers the following questions: which tools find the highest number of bugs and should you be using more...
The new version of the CUBA platform has been released, bringing in several major new features, along with some improvements and bug fixes.
eveloped under the umbrella of JEP 254, much like the very best Ikea furniture, compact strings will allow developers to adopt a more space-efficient internal representation for strings. It’s hoped that this will improve the space efficiency of String and related classes, maintain performance for the most part, and preserve full compatibility for related Java and native interfaces. This feature...
In the last years Apache Maven has become the de-facto build tool for Java and Java EE projects. But from two years back Gradle is gaining more and more users. Following my previous post (http://www.lordofthejars.com/2015/10/gradle-and-java-ee.html), In this post you are going to see how to use Gradle for writing integration tests for Java EE using Arquillian.
Read on for fifteen rock-solid reasons why developers prefer to learn and use AngularJS.
How Java 8 lambdas and streams perform compared to longstanding implementations?
Leveraging Spring MVC controller with ZK UI components (MVVM way) to develop a Book management system with CRUD operations in Java
Learn how to use the Spring RestTemplate to consume an API using all the main HTTP Verbs.
Discovering CUBA's generic filter feature removes the burden from developers of developing home-grown filter implementations that are often not flexible enough. Read about the filter possibilities that come with CUBA out of the box.
I wrote up the reasons WHY we decided to give away Dynatrace AppMon & UEM for FREE for developers, testers and architects. Its time to eliminate these well known architectural, scalability and performance issues earlier than we do it now. If you are not yet using tools in that space in your dev environment - such as AppD, NewRelic, Ruxit or other profiling tools then you have a new option to...
Performance, Profiling, Monitoring, Continuous Delivery, Build Automation, Coding like James Gosling ... -> Topics discussed at JavaOne and Java South Africa in the recent weeks. I collected the highlights on these two conferences in my blogs.
JSON vs. XML? This comparison makes no sense, because the former is a simple data format while the latter is a language - a very powerful one.
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