The current job market is starting to look at traditional Java EE development skills as being stale. So what does an enterprise Java developer, who lived through the evolution from Servlets to Struts and to Spring, have to do to keep current? Where should an enterprise Java professional focus when they want to land those high-dollar contracts that were so prevalent in years past?
Threads are always a good choice to parallelize, but without careful consideration, it’s easy to create all manner of strange race conditions or out-of-order data access. So today, let’s talk about a different route: event loops.
Citing the need to patch up security issues in Java as it runs on the Web browser, the Java Platform Group at Oracle has announced delays to the release cycle of JDK 8. Mark Reinhold, the chief architect on the JDK project, said on his blog that the "least-bad option is [to] slip the schedule just enough to finish Lambda, and ship the release after it's thoroughly reviewed and tested."
Cloud software development is the new kid on the IT block. Can any software pro afford to say "never" to it?
I started my career as a Telecom Engineer for Rational Software in the load testing space back in the late 90s and, when I look back on the last decade, there were enormous advances in the broader IT world. Development methodologies, processing speeds, network speeds, mobile devices (it’s hard to believe the first iPhone was only released 6 years ago) have all evolved. But the question is, has...
How request queueing affects applications in the non-PaaS world and what you can do about it.
An informative and comparative look at the many realities in the performance measurement of optimized Java applications.
What is it that makes a design rigid, fragile and difficult to reuse. It is the interdependence of the subsystems within that design. A design is rigid if it cannot be easily changed. Let's discover some useful metrics to figh the rigidity of a system.
Mashups4JSF is an open source project that aims at integrating Mashup services with JSF (JavaServer Faces). JSF developers will be able to construct rich and customized mashups by using JSF components. Mashups4JSF provides components for exporting application data as feeds, importing (ATOM/RSS/JSON) feeds in JSF applications, a complete integration with maps using GMaps4JSF, and other JSF Mashup...
In 2013, mobile is expected to account for 57% of IT growth. Find out about companies getting ready for this growth by adding more infrastructure. What does it mean for your testing efforts? Also, is there a necessary tradeoff between testing speed and testing quality? Or can you have both? Finally, find out how testing has changed over time and how it varies across countries. Learn more about...
The Enterprise Java Newscast, hosted by Kito D. Mann, Ian Hlavats, and Daniel Hinojosa, is a monthly podcast that covers the latest headlines in the world of JavaServer Faces and Enterprise Java development.
Legacy Java applications have a tendency to grow unwieldy and difficult to maintain. It's no secret that a modular codebase is easer to maintain and upgrade. But how does an organization get from here to there? Check out these tips from an experienced enterprise architect.
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