For all of us companies out there at the whim of Google, we wanted to go into a bit more detail about how Mobilegeddon will affect web products, web apps, and the performance testers behind them all.
Java 8 introduced a type Optional
, which can be used to handle potentially missing values. It does so by wrapping a reference (which might be null) and providing some nice methods to interact with the value in case it’s present. To some, Optional is not more than that (see here, here and for lots of others here). In my opinion, they are missing the crucial point: Optional provides a way...
MappedBus is a Java based high throughput, low latency message bus, built on top of a memory mapped file
Did you know that Java performance degrades drastically if you have about 2.5M unloaded classes? happened to us during constant high load after our XSLT library created millions of these classes. 2.5M seems to be the breaking point. Any experts out there that can comment?
A guide to adding Google and GitHub OAuth sign-in to your Java application
Discussions with users about the benefits and challenges of new development styles, application architectures, and runtime platforms.
In this post we’ll look at two approaches to obtaining the bytecode of classes loaded into the JVM and learn a thing or two about javaagents and the HotSpot Debugger.
Seems like every 5 to 10 years our industry, especially in the enterprise integration, or enterprise application space, we’re introduced to some new methodology or architectural style. We’re told that it’s the-best-thing-since-toaster-strudel and will make you 10 times more productive and make your enterprise more agile, flexible, able to respond to change, and whatever else that CIOs are willing...
Cloud IDEs are the future of development. In many cases, today, they are superior to their desktop counterparts. And in the areas where they are not superior, they eventually will be. This is because the same limitation concerns faced by developers using distributed-based IDEs, will be the technologies that give them huge advantages over their desktop cousins.
A software architect is responsible for the technical success of a software project and must accurately report to the project manager.
Overall, more and more users are heading straight to their phones when they want to buy something, access quick information, or learn more about products and services. It’s happening on busy streets, in malls, at work, and on couches. Put simply: if you have a website, you’ve got mobile users.
This article follows my introduction to Continuous Integration, looking at the functionality provided by a Continuous Integration server, what the CI process flow looks like and the business value that CI provides.
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