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  • Java 8: API designers, be careful

    JAXenter .com | 5 JUN 2014 | 0 Comments

    With Java 8, API design is definitely more interesting, but also more complex, with additional functional aspects to consider. Lukas Eder of gives us some things to ponder.

  • Putting Java EE in the browser: JBoss web framework Errai at 3.0 status

    JAXenter .com | 4 JUN 2014 | 0 Comments

    In this release, Errai, which leverages several Java EE technologies such as CDI (for dependency injection,) JPA (for offline mode and local storage,) and JAX-RS, for communicating with remote servers and other services, has had a lot of the work go into adding enhancements to its RPC (Remote Procedure Call) mechanism. The framework now has a swanky global exception handler, and RPC on the server...

  • Logentries New Integration for Windows Phone

    james Alvord | 3 JUN 2014 | 0 Comments

    Stephen Hynes announces new integration for Windows Phone. Read more about how you can now easily set up the Log Appender in your code.

  • Java 8: Let’s deprecate those legacy libs

    JAXenter .com | 3 JUN 2014 | 3 Comments

    Apart from Lambdas and extension methods, the JDK has also been enhanced with a lot of new library code, e.g. the Streams API and much more. This means that we can critically review our stacks and – to the great joy of Doctor Deprecator – throw out all the garbage that we no longer need.In a post originally published over at, Lukas Eder compiles a 'trash' list.

  • Java 8 StampedLocks vs. ReadWriteLocks and Synchronized

    Ophir Primat | 3 JUN 2014 | 0 Comments

    Synchronized sections are kind of like visiting your parents-in-law. You want to be there as little as possible. When it comes to locking the rules are the same – you want to spend the shortest amount of time acquiring the lock and within the critical section, to prevent bottlenecks from forming.

  • The Differences Between Mobile and Web Performance Testing

    Bill Nicholson | 30 MAY 2014 | 0 Comments

    If you are testing your mobile applications the same way you’ve been testing typical web applications, you’re missing a big part of the picture – and your users may be the ones who suffer. Mobile applications don’t perform in the same way as their web-based counterparts. Read on for how to adjust for these differences:...

  • Testing Effectively: the Debate Regarding TDD

    Anh Tuan Nguyen | 30 MAY 2014 | 0 Comments

    There is an ongoing debate regarding TDD in programmer community. DDH, the well known author of RoR claimed that TDD and more specific Unit Test is not worth writing at all. Instead, developers should write more integration test. In this article, I represent my own view on tight-coupling to framework is the root cause of this problem.

  • Onwards and upwards for Artifactory with new npm-friendly additions

    JAXenter .com | 28 MAY 2014 | 0 Comments

    Recently, Israeli-based Artifactory providers JFrog announced full support for on-premise and cloud-based npm repositories within their popular third-party library and binaries manager. With this latest update, Artifactory has become the first private npm registry and proxy for the extremely popular node.js framework.

  • Web Service Monitoring 101: Identifying Bad Deployments

    Andreas Grabner | 28 MAY 2014 | 0 Comments

    Our lessons learned after the last deployment: A) Always check if you have the latest version of all your deployment assets and B) Have a better Web Service Monitoring Strategy! In this blog I summarized the problems we ran into after doing a bad deployment that went unnoticed by our regular monitoring activities, e.g: looking at log files, CPU, Memory, ... - only after people complained we...

  • Get Started With Lambda Expressions in Java 8

    Dele Taylor | 28 MAY 2014 | 0 Comments

    Learn how to use Java 8's lambda expressions in this quick getting started guide.

  • How do I test my software? Dealing with superstitions and assumptions

    Marco Behler | 28 MAY 2014 | 0 Comments

    There’s a lot of discussion going on in the software community on “testing”. (See for example here, here and here). We think there’s too many superstitions and assumptions. Very little of this helps in your day-to-day work and leaves you still wondering how you reliably and automatically test, for example, that crazy sql query, your UI or that complex batch job.

  • 5 Essential Tips When Starting Load Testing

    Bill Nicholson | 27 MAY 2014 | 0 Comments

    Developing a web or mobile application takes a lot of effort, but all that effort can go down the drain quickly if you improperly load test the application or completely skip testing. Load testing applications is important and a necessary step in the pre-production stage. Read on to find out how to get started:

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