Links for May 15th through May 16th

  • MongoDB Finds A Major Adopter In Craigslist | Javalobby – MongoDB recently gained another adopter – The NoSQL data store is now being used to archive billions of records at Craigslist, the popular classifieds and job posting community that serves 570 cities in 50 countries
  • DZone Interviews: Peter Gromov on IntelliJ’s Groovy support | Groovy Zone – Without a doubt IntelliJ IDEA is the IDE of choice of many Groovy developers out there, simply because it was the first IDE to raise the bar in terms of support for the language — and continues to do so. Peter Gromov is currently in charge of all things Groovy on IntelliJ, let's hear what he has to say about his experiences with the language.
  • Scala Becomes a Platform | CTO Edge – One new programming language that is likely to get some traction in the enterprise is Scala, which is actually an extension to Java. As such, many corporate IT organizations are likely to see Scala as something that extends their existing programming capabilities to a new scale of distributed computing.
  • MapReduce: A Soft Introduction – Java Code Geeks – MapReduce is a programming model that lets developers focus on the writing code that processes their data without having to worry about the details of parallel execution.
  • Code coverage metrics and Functional Test Coverage | Javalobby – In short, you really need both functional and technical test coverage metrics. However high code coverage should be the natural outcome of good testing practices, not a goal to be aimed for.
  • VMware Is The New Microsoft, Just Without an OS: Cloud Computing News « – VMware has less than twenty percent of Microsoft’s market cap today. But if I were tracking the growth, and more importantly, enterprise influence, VMware appears to be making the right moves.

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