Development hardware refers to the physical machinery on which programs are created, which is to say, computers and their parts. In this section on development hardware, read about the latest development hardware products and techniques you can use to make your programming more efficient and more enjoyable.
News:1 - 3 of 11
OCPJP and OCAJP: New Java 7 certification requirements
21 Dec 2011
News - In order to obtain the certified architect position from Oracle, attending and passing a training course is now required. But what about the Java Professional and Java Associate designations, OCPJP and OCAJP for Java 7?
Java on the iPhone at JavaOne. But would Apple ever allow it?
TheServerSide Newsfeed | 06 Oct 2011
News - In an effort to demonstrate just how far the tentacles of their new HTML5 based strategy will reach, Oracle's Cameron Purdy and Adam Messinger demonstrated the deployment of a cross-platform application, written of course in Java, that would run on...
Tutorial: Writing an Android location-aware app
TheServerSide Newsfeed | 31 Aug 2011
News - Location-aware programming adds a new dimension to mobile programming. Location hardware such as GPS, is pretty standard on mobile devices. Taking advantage of this helps create much more feature-rich and robust mobile apps.
Reference & Learning:1 - 3 of 14
Big Data Hadoop with Hive, Mahout, HBase and Cassandra
23 Apr 2013
Feature - As Hadoop evolves, complimentary technologies such as Hive, Mahout, HBase and Cassandra are allowing software engineers get more and more out of commodity hardware.
Server-side development with Windows 8
21 Feb 2013
Feature - Enterprise Java developers typically shy away from the Windows platform, but Sal Pece decided to buck the trend and bring his Eclipse based development environment, along with his WebSphere Portal test server, to Windows 8. This article chronicles his...
Testing scalability and application performance
25 Jul 2012
Feature - Scalability testing is perhaps the most important test you need to run on your application before going forward with deployment. But how do you know when you've proven that your application can scale. Here we take a look at some of the most important...
Expert Technical Advice:1 - 3 of 3
Five tips for developing reliable embedded devices
20 Sep 2011
Tip - The whole point of embedded tech is reliability. If you don’t feel confident that your embedded device will perform, it’s not ready for deployment.
Ruggedized embedded systems take computing everywhere
19 Sep 2011
Tip - Ruggedization is making embedded hardware less delicate, which in turn is making room for Java developers to build better embedded software.
Consolidating network appliances with virtualization
27 Jun 2011
Tip - With virtualization, it is now possible to make more efficient use of physical resources and thereby space and power consumption, which lead to cost savings.