Dear Spring community, I'm happy to announce that the next iteration of the core framework will be Spring Framework 4.0!
A large part of monitoring production systems, verifying deployments or verifying fixes is essentially to wait and see if a problem occurs. Why wait though? Why not identify problems before disaster strikes?
Based on the idea that binary files can be served up on a silver tray, Bintray seeks to give developers a place to post and to consume binary packages. It's a little like Github or Maven, but it's also a little bit different. The project is still sowing seeds in beta tests right now. Will those seeds bear fruit?
A matrix style visualization of thread stacks across multiple Java runtimes connected to a near real-time simulation engine that offers a convergence of both time and space in terms of software execution.
A retrospective is an opportunity to evaluate a sprint and see what can be improved in future. Each retrospective is different - but at jClarity we do have a very loose approach that we follow. We've found it to be useful - you may too.
A Garbage Collection Analysis of PCGen - the popular Open Source Character Generator
Testers Are From Mars, Developers Are From Venus: Tips & Tricks to Improve Your Relationship With Development
A tester friend of mine recently came to me with a complaint that I think is fairly common in the testing community. He said: “Every time there is a new release of the software for us to test, we have to rework our testing scripts.” I’ve heard this complaint throughout my career, not only in performance testing but in functional testing with automation tools as well. Here is how you can work to...
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When sitting in the interview chair with a career opportunity on the line, it's a natural temptation to give in on the price in order to secure the job. Resist that temptation, because a poor starting salary negotiation can hurt a software pro's career potential, job satisfaction and even the success of the employer's business.
When it comes to scalability, the Java programming language is at DEFCON ONE, even though many in the community refuse to admit there's a problem. Why won't Java scale? It's not a complicated issue. The problem is that everyone gives a complicated explanation. This is the simple and straight forward explanation you were looking for, explaining in simple terms why Java won't scale.
After reviewing Martijn Verburg's latest book entitled The Well-Grounded Developer, we started thinking about what topics we felt the book may have left out, and what topics should have been included. So we're asking you, what do you think makes a Java developer 'well-grounded' and 'well-rounded?'
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