- Green Beans: Getting Started with Enterprise Messaging and Spring | SpringSource Team Blog – In this post, we've explored the two options available to developers that want to incorporate enterprise messaging in their application today with the Spring framework. We introduced both the Java Message Service (JMS) API and the Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP) for dealing with enterprise messages
- Elastic Beanstalk solves the real issue of cloud platforms: Resource scaling | Cloud Computing – InfoWorld – Enterprises love free, and most companies will appreciate the idea of cloud providers giving away the development services at no cost, charging for only the resources used, and presenting a big bill only when the application goes into production.
- The Future Of Java | Forrester Blogs – I disagree with Forrester's research note on the Future of Java. They make some good points about how Java's future will be constrained by the bounds of Oracle's business model.
- Apache HttpClient 4.1 (GA) released – TheServerSide.com – The Apache HttpComponents project is pleased to announce 4.1 release of Apache HttpClient. HttpClient 4.1 builds upon the stable foundation laid by HttpClient 4.0 and adds several functional improvements and popular features
- Hg Init: a Mercurial tutorial by Joel Spolsky – Mercurial is a modern, open source, distributed version control system, and a compelling upgrade from older systems like Subversion. In this user-friendly, six-part tutorial, Joel Spolsky teaches you the key concepts.
- TIBCO’s tibbr May Be the Enterprise 2.0 Solution You’ve Been Waiting For – It can aggregate social media, business intelligence, ERP and more into a single interface. It works with major enterprise software out of the box. In short, this is an enterprise-ready product from a serious vendor that's ready a universal inbox
- Vaadin 6.5.0 Released – Blog – vaadin.com – The next stable version of Vaadin Framework – code named "St. Petersburg" is released today at the first Russian Vaadin Meetup – in St. Petersburg.
- Spring && NOSQL: Introducing the new Spring Data project – a session at Øredev 2010 – In this talk you'll learn about the new Spring Data project — the goal of which is to add AMAZING support for NOSQL databases to the most popular Java middleware on the planet
- Visualising Garbage Collection in the JVM | RedStack – Recently, I have been working with a number of customers on JVM tuning exercises. It seems that there is not widespread knowledge amongst developers and administrators about how garbage collection works, and how the JVM uses memory.
- Keep My Opt-Outs – Chrome Web Store – Keep My Opt-Outs is an extension for users who aren’t comfortable with personalization of the ads they see on the web. It’s a one-step, persistent opt-out of personalized advertising and related data tracking performed by companies adopting the industry privacy standards for online advertising
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