A short post showing a power of Gradle from the perspective of a Java developer that get stuck in Maven.
Jamie Allen of Typesafe has been working for several years to try to find a meaningful way to describe the core concepts of building efficient, Reactive applications - being asynchronous and non-blocking while minimizing concurrency and supporting linear scalability by enhancing parallelism. That is a veritable soup of esoteric terms that are difficult to grasp for even the most experienced...
At some point you’ve probably heard the term “test early and often.” If you are in an Agile organization, that term perfectly captures the philosophy of iterative development and the commitment to rooting out defects sooner rather than later.
This article reviews the tenants underscoring Google’s Big Table paper and presents HBase as an open source implementation of Big Table. It also reviews the four-dimensional data model that HBase exposes and the two ways that you can access data in HBase: as a key/value store or by using MapReduce.
How to to simpler conversions from Entities to DTOs and back in a Spring REST API.
CUBA Platfrom brings new features with the next 6.0 release.
As a performance tester, you must constantly be preparing for the latest the web has to offer. We thought we’d provide some tips on how to conduct performance testing on newer technologies, so you can stay one step ahead of the curve.
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. In this post you are going to see how to use Gradle for Java EE projects.
What is the role of a monolithic instance like the WebSphere Application Server in a modern software architecture? Has the trend towards lightweight architectures made the traditional application server a thing of the past? Simon Maple helps us set the record straight.
Decorators are used to extend object functionality without changing their interfaces, and there are two approaches: horizontal and vertical.
We've published a number of podcasts over the past few months, interviewing a number of interesting people doing interesting things in the industry. From distributed Hadoop clusters to improving network performance among your NoSQL nodes, there's something here worth listening to.
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