To runs a system that turns people's homes and apartments into hotel rooms, Onefinestay CTO Jackson Hull and team went with a graph database called Neo4J to better map its inventory for guests. "J" stands for Java, but the team relied largely on Python.
People love Eclipse, or love to hate it, or, as non-geek coders, feel more or less indifferent about their IDE. However one thing is true--the majority of Java and Java EE developers use Eclipse. This RebelLabs report starts shallow and goes deep into orbit around the ecosystem of Eclipse, showing you the best things that Eclipse has to offer, and letting you know how to turn off some of those...
An article that draws parallels between the Theory of Mind (ToM) and Software Execution Simulation and Signaling.
Organizations don’t like to leave their legacy system easily as there are several concerns for moving into a new platform. Latest technologies may have the features to improve their operational efficiency, but moving from one platform to another is not as simple as it seems from the top.
Most Java developers already have the skills needed to get into building machine-to-machine(M2M)applications and take advantage of career opportunities in the Internet of Things.
Earlier this year, RabbitMQ released its initial support for the JMS protocol. Pivotal engineer Greg Turnquist today shares sample code for anyone to use SpringJMS, JMS Template and RabbitMQ for messaging.
Introduces a new approach to distributed computation based on the replication of software execution behavior across one or more simulated runtimes.
Use this blog as a Guide to know which dashboards you need and which metrics to watch in order to make it through the holiday shopping season. The blog shows the best practices captured from eCommerce websites worldwide and how they use these dashboards to identify upcoming issues and how they measure success. Especially interesting this year is monitoring users on mobile devices as it is...
The Ujorm is an open source Java small library which provides non-traditional objects based on the key-value architecture to open up new exciting opportunities for writing efficient code
Have you ever wondered how a machine learning could be be beneficial for your application? In this case study we demonstrate how our last release improves our internal machine learning algorithms by crowdsourcing expert opinions.
There is no debating the fact that the Java language requires an update in order to keep up with all of the innovative advances various languages like Scala, Clojure and Groovy have brought to the JVM. Let's hope the changes being made to core language constructs to accommodate Lambda don't have unintended consequences that make the community look back and regret the changes Java 8 has made.
There was a simple demo and some additional talk about it at JavaOne 2012, but Google hits on the topic have been pretty nascent, and nobody in any of the Java IRC groups knew much about it. There was a nagging feeling that this very promising project was going to run out of steam, especially with so much effort at Oracle being expended on cloud computing, Project Lambda and the release of Java...
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- The most exciting new parts of Java EE 7 and Java 8 (06 Nov 2013) Java author Adam Bien discusses business logic and software development in Java 7 and Java 8.
- Solving performance issues with self-adaptive software (24 Oct 2013) In this discussion, Cameron McKenzie and JInspired CTO William Louth talk about the concepts behind...
- Overprovisioning in AWS? Cost-control tools and strategies can help (22 Nov 2013) For organizations that have moved to the cloud, old habits may be costing them dearly as they...
- Oracle OpenWorld 2013: How to get kids involved in coding (23 Sep 2013) Saskia Vermeer-Ooms and Regina ten Bruggencate offer advice on how to get kids interested in...
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