Planning your load test doesn’t have to take tons of time if you approach it the right way and if you set yourself up for success from the start. Follow this advice and all will end well.
Checked InterruptedException in Java is a constant source of pain for many of us; here is my understanding of how it should be handled.
Discusses an often over looked blindspot in the performance analysis of event stream based systems such as trading and gaming.
Today more than ever, speed plays a larger role in the software development lifecycle. We see R&D teams who want to push code faster to production environments with rising complexity, and this amplifies a vulnerability that must be addressed
With JavaOne 2015 in full swing we take a look at a summary of what happened at the JavaOne Keynote 2015.
The time between Java 6 and Java 7 releases has made many organizations complacent in terms of upgrading their JDK. But for many, it's time to stop complaining about problems that have been fixed in newer releases and actually move to a newer edition of the JDK.
In this article we are going to look into the general problem of managing data in distributed architectures, briefly discuss the traditional relational database management systems and then switch our gears to NoSQL / NewSQL solutions.
Software salaries plateaued about ten years ago, and there's no indication that they're going to rise any time soon. So why are software developer's salaries stagnating and why isn't anyone doing anything about it?
Is it just me, or does is seem that Oracle is arriving just a little bit too late to the party when it comes to hosting Java applications in the cloud? Hosting Java apps on distributed Docker containers? Where have I heard that approach before. Oh, now I remember - everywhere!
Everyone is talking about IoT as if it's something new. It's not. The Java visionaries predicted it 20 years ago and created a software platform that would empower it. The rest of the world is simply catching up.
This article provides a brief introduction to MongoDB, defining its role in a web-based application and, through a few example operations and queries, demonstrating why developers like to use it.
Are you heading to San Francisco to attend JavaOne 2015? Here's some sage advice on how to get the most out of the experience.
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