It's too early to start talking about Java 9, you say? The sentiment is understandable, after all, the developer's preview of Java 8 still has a long way to go before it's certified for production. But having said that, the Java 8 feature list isn't changing, so if you want to start the debate about which completely new features should be added to the Java platform, what you're really talking...
Really? Do you really want to get up early, fight for a spot in the grand ballroom to hear executives deliver their PR massaged messages? Sleep in, skip the keynotes, and keep enough gas in the tank for the parties in the evening.
This year at JavaOne 2013 in San Francisco, an Internet of Things (IoT) demonstration promises to prove the value of machine-to-machine communication in daily life.
RebelLabs' Developer Productivity Report 2013 shows statistical evidence that the methods we practice and the tools we use in teams have significant effects on our ability to deliver quality software on time. See 23 beautifully-designed graphs based on 1006 software engineer responses.
A survey by the London Java User Group was sent out globally to get feedback from Java developers on what they wanted to see next from Java, Java EE and the standards body (JCP).
Demonstrates the power of application record and playback in offering multiple (service component) perspectives on the same source recording.
Programmers that write technical articles and blogs about code, technology and geeky stuff are on a path to becoming better coders and more visible industry mavens (no pun intended) --which isn't too bad for your career, by the way...
We have been using Eclipse for as long as we can possibly remember. And now just a few months ago we migrated the whole dev team to IntelliJ. Find out the reasons from the post.
Mark Reinhold announces that the Java Platform Group has successfully brought JDK 8 to its eighth milestone. Now, developers get a chance to preview the build.
The enterprise landscape has changed significantly since many enterprises have implemented their SOA based systems. One reality is that when SOA meets mobile, taking a defensive approach to security becomes a requirement.
Emerging technology trends such as social, mobile, cloud and big data may be the new norm, but compliance and security fears persist.
Use this blog as Guide to prepare for the holiday shopping season. It is a collection of Best Practices we captured from our previous and current engagements with eCommerce veterans and startup sites that managed to get through the previous holiday seasons without major hiccups. The main goal is to ensure high conversion rates. In order to do this you need to test the important landing pages,...
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- Goodbye, sysadmins; hello, software developers (02 Dec 2013) As organizations are moving towards cloud computing, sysadmins are losing their relevance in...
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- Cloud adopters seek help for their DevOps, app monitoring and cost control problems (18 Nov 2013) As more companies move to the cloud, more and more companies are realizing that expert help,...
- Will upcoming Google Web Designer fix Java pros' Android problem? (21 Oct 2013) Mobile developers are hoping for something a little different in the upcoming Google Web Designer...
- 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...
- How 'big data' solved the content management (CMS) problem (23 Apr 2013) Content management systems that need to sift through huge amounts of data are big data problems in...
- Oracle announces delays in the JDK 8 release schedule (19 Apr 2013) After patching Web browser security issues, the Java Platform Group at Oracle has announced delays...
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- Do you need APIs if you've embraced SOA? (Apigee Europe LTD)
- Data Center & Virtualisation Purchasing Intentions 2013 (ComputerWeekly.com)
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