In this post I want to share with you four-five lesser-known yet pretty awesome command line gems. As an added bonus I will also advise the proper way to use shell under Windows, which is pretty valuable bit of knowledge in itself.
HTML5 is the newest version of the HyperText Markup Language that was developed in the late 80’s in order to describe documents that linked to each other. In it’s early days, HTML’s role was simple, to help describe a document’s structure and to allow cross-linking of documents. We discuss its top 10 advantages!
I'm putting together my 2016 list of conferences I'm planning to attend, and I was wondering if there was one or two that the readership might suggest adding to the todo list.
Microservice architecture is fast becoming a go-to solution for enterprise applications, but it’s not always easy to make the transition from an established, monolithic infrastructure.
NetBeans IDE is comprehensive and powerful, though not always as pretty as you’d like it to be, which, in turn, can have an impact on the efficiency and enjoyment of your coding experience.
Despite good intentions, redundant variables actually make your code dirty and difficult to understand
Recently, I spoke with performance specialist Brad Stoner about how to fit performance testing into agile development cycles. This week, we’ll use this blog post to follow up with greater detail around performance testing automation and recap which performance tests are good candidates for automation. After all, automation is an important technique for any modern performance engineer to master.
Our WhatIs site asked me to help with a definition of IoC and DI. I've always disliked the terms, especially IoC, because it was never clear to me what the inversion was. Here's my attempt to define these terms. Tell me what's wrong.
This series of articles begins with an overview of the different Big Data providers and the problems that each is intended to solve and then presents an overview of each of the major Big Data solutions, their problem domains, and a cursory look at the operational requirements to manage each.
Moving your existing architecture to MicroServices? Don't make the mistake of blindly drawing service boundaries. It requires serious re-architectural effort. Here is an example of a failed migration!
On the face of it, Vaadin—and GWT in general—has a lot in common with DukeScript. Both are focused on providing browser-oriented solutions for Java developers and have good integration with IDEs, thanks to their native support for Maven.
Visualize all log events and exceptions in production directly from your JVMs – Send as metrics into more than 20 graphing and alerting tools
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