If you’re excited about Java 8, it's understandable--there are loads of new things coming to the language that should make developers giddier than normal. But have you thought about what will happen to your code when you migrate over?
We thought it would be a good time to bring Nashorn to the mix by taking a look under the hood, and see how it compiles Lambda expressions (especially compared to Java and Scala).
There is no hiding the fact mobile app development is a booming industry with a forecast to hit $25 billion at the beginning of 2014. With the amount of apps on the market, the competition is getting fiercer and the consumers are getting pickier. Here are four articles we have found that illustrate the importance of mobile app testing:...
An article that explains how JMM works, going all the way from Java code, through OpenJDK sources, and down to CPU caches.
Five ways in which we can use efficient coding to help our garbage collector spend less CPU time allocating and freeing memory, and reduce GC overhead.
In this post, we'll see basic usage of HDFS command 'bin\hdfs dfs' with different options like mkdir, copyFromLocal, cat, ls and finally run the wordcount MapReduce job provided in %HADOOP_HOME%\share\hadoop\mapreduce\hadoop-mapreduce-examples-2.2.0.jar. On successful execution of the job in the Single Node (pseudo-distributed mode) cluster, an output (contains counts of the occurrences of each...
y do so many organizations archive gigs and gigs of log data to Amazon’s S3? Over the past few years I have spoken to hundreds of our new. One of the first things that strikes me is that, even if they do not have a sophisticated log management solution in place, many organizations simply dump their logs to S3. As roll your own logging solutions go, archiving to S3 is by far the most popular. This...
Software development organizations rely on agile coaches to help them build good project management practices that encourage collaboration, simplicity, flexibility and responsiveness to feedback throughout the entire product development process. Here are four interviews with agile coaching experts on their tips, tricks and insights for running an effective agile team....
It never ceases to amaze me that I can be 37,000 feet over the Atlantic in a tin box (writing this blog…) traveling at a speed of 594mph, with an outside temperature of -79F, and yet I can fire log events from my MacBook Air (excuse the pun) to Logentries and see them arrive instantaneously in my live tail view. For some reason something piqued my interest as to whether there may be a firewall...
JAXenter catches up with ZeroTurnaround CEO Jevgeni Kabanov for the for the full story on the multi-app release capable update.
In most cases of bad performance IT IS NOT the database to blame. But - there are cases where optimizing indices and updating table statistics do the trick. In this blog we show you the 3 easy steps to identify slow running SQLs that result in bad application performance and how to fix this with optimization steps on the database
Group dynamic is a powerful thing. It can help transform the stirrings of an idea into a full scale movement , and, when harnessed for a common cause, can give even the most junior developer a say in the direction of a platform. With roughly nine million Java developers internationally, thriving Java Community Groups (JUGs) have sprung up all over the world.
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- The Scala debate demystified: Balancing the rants with the raves (01 Mar 2014) It's been over ten years since Scala appeared on the enterprise computing landscape. Some...
- NoSpinningDiscs: Why your NoSQL solution thirsts for SSDs (02 Mar 2014) Organizations are always looking for opportunities to tune their architecture. To achieve massive...
- Top four reasons why you should use Scala on your next project (01 Mar 2014) Is it time for your organizations to unshackle itself from its legacy of Java development, and...
- Continuous Development: The glue holding DevOps, TDD and Agile methods together (05 Feb 2014) Continuous integration(CI) and continuous development (CD) have become central components in the...
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- Better software testing and improved quality starts with the culture (03 Jan 2014) Software testing is more than just a stage in the development process. Testing is a philosophy that...
- Can Java and JSF on the server-side make mobile on the front end easier? (05 Jan 2014) While many software developers are learning new programming languages to deliver native mobile...
- Scala? Groovy? Why Java is the right programming language for 2014 and beyond (01 Jan 2014) New programming languages offer a variety of benefits, from the way they handle big data, to the...
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