Discovering CUBA's generic filter feature removes the burden from developers of developing home-grown filter implementations that are often not flexible enough. Read about the filter possibilities that come with CUBA out of the box.
Performance, Profiling, Monitoring, Continuous Delivery, Build Automation, Coding like James Gosling ... -> Topics discussed at JavaOne and Java South Africa in the recent weeks. I collected the highlights on these two conferences in my blogs.
JSON vs. XML? This comparison makes no sense, because the former is a simple data format while the latter is a language - a very powerful one.
How to customize Slack to enhance your development workflow using integrations and bots
A few decades after its birth, the Internet has exploded and now it has taken over the world. Because of this, web programming is become more prevalent by the day. For this reason, we have compiled a list of great articles from our fellow Geeks at Web Code Geeks.
This article goes further into MongoDB and reviews replication, sharding, and deployment topology, and provides recommendations about how you can address each.
Introducing a new approach: apply the power of Spring MVC to communicate with ZK UI framework seamlessly between client and server channels
Here’s the thing: as sure as we’ll have another record-setting year for NFL streaming, you can also be sure that apps will fail and streaming services will go down. Whether you are dabbling in streaming or diving in whole-hog, you need to know what to do to give your users the most reliable experience possible. Here are a few tips.
In this post we're going to look at deploying Play applications written in Scala effortlessly to AWS using Boxfuse and its 3 core principles: Immutable Infrastructure, Minimal Images and Blue/Green deployments.
A quick guide to interacting with GridFS using Spring Data MongoDB.
We just had our big conference blow-out in North America with JavaOne 2015, but not to be outdone by the Europeans, Devoxx 2015 is hitting new highs and expanding beyond their britches.
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- Oracle takes ALM to the cloud with the Java SE Cloud Service (27 Oct 2015) Optimized for the cloud, at JavaOne2015, Oracle has announced the Java SE Cloud Service and a new...
- Celebrating 20 years of Java technology at JavaOne 2015 (26 Oct 2015) Twenty years is a pretty significant milestone, especially if you're a programming language. At...
- Performance upgrades and feature enhancements typify incremental Java releases (28 Oct 2015) There may not have been a major Java release since last year, but at JavaOne2015, there are still...
- Life beyond the JavaOne sessions: Mastering life in San Francisco (15 Oct 2015) You won't spend every moment at JavaOne in a session, so here is some advice from Barry Burd on how...
- Barry Burd's guide to the best sessions to attend at JavaOne 2015 (15 Oct 2015) Going to JavaOne this year? Wondering which sessions to attend? Conference veteran Barry Burd is...
- Examine modular code development with Java's Project Jigsaw (22 Sep 2015) Project Jigsaw is the new standard for modular code development in Java. Expert Barry Burd takes an...
- Productivity tools in growing lightweight architectures (06 Oct 2015) ZeroTurnaround developer advocate Simon Maple discussed the most important productivity tools,...
- Limited bandwidth may stifle IoT development (10 Sep 2015) When it comes to IoT development, limited network bandwidth could be the weak link in the chain as...
- XRebel changes application performance monitoring tools (25 Sep 2015) In this podcast, ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov discusses how XRebel differentiates itself from...
- NetBeans IDE 8.1 worth a second look (28 Aug 2015) NetBeans IDE set to include Node.js support in the latest 8.1 version.