- Oracle Buys AmberPoint To Boost Application Management And Performance Offerings – Oracle says that the addition of AmberPoint’s software will help diagnose and manage the performance of business applications, provide monitoring for application performance and will enrich SOA design time with run-time metrics for SOA governance.
- 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error
- Flash, HTML5, and Mobile Apps – it is evident that the competing interests of platform vendors, consumers and app and content publishers will ensure that this remains a fragmented and competitive environment for many years to come
- Strongly Typed, Loosely Coupled: Groovy++ vs. Groovy vs. Java vs. Scala – Performance Update – As you might have heard, there's a new kid on the block: Groovy++ a.k.a. static Groovy. I was eager to see, how this would improve Groovy's results
- app-engine-workarounds – Workarounds for building Java applications on the Google App Engine – This library provides a collection of utilities and workarounds to help you build applications running on the Google App Engine
- InfoQ: Using ITIL V3 as a Foundation for SOA Governance – ITIL V3 offers a comprehensive approach to governing the creation, design, development, deployment, operation, change management and eventual termination of a service
- InfoQ: Adrian Colyer on AspectJ, tc Server and dm Server – SpringSource CTO Adrian Colyer talks to InfoQ about AspectJ. The interview explores how products such as Spring Roo are using AspectJ, and how ideas from AspectJ helped SpringSource improve the Groovy compiler inside Eclipse. Colyer also discusses SpringSource's two server offerings, dm Server and tc Server, OSGi and Scrum
- InfoQ: What Really Motivates Workers – On days when workers have the sense they’re making headway in their jobs, or when they receive support that helps them overcome obstacles, their emotions are most positive and their drive to succeed is at its peak
- The Center for Internet Security – Downloads – This document, Security Configuration Benchmark for Apache Tomcat 5.5/6.0, provides prescriptive guidance for establishing a secure configuration posture for Apache Tomcat versions 5.5 – 6.0.20 running on Linux
- Oracle’s big bear hug for Java bodes really well | Developer World – InfoWorld – The database leader has big plans for Java as it begins merging Sun Microsystems' software product line with its own — fears of Java's demise now seem misplaced
- InfoQ: Domain Driven Design and Development In Practice – Domain Driven Design (DDD) is about mapping business domain concepts into software artifacts. Most of the writings and articles on this topic have been based on Eric Evans' book "Domain Driven Design", covering the domain modeling and design aspects mainl
- InfoQ: Rod Johnson Discusses Spring, OSGi, Tomcat and the Future of Enterprise Java – Rod Johnson discusses the Spring Portfolio, the Oracle/BEA and Sun/MySQL acquisitions, Java EE 6, Tomcat and Spring, Spring Dynamic Modules, the future of enterprise Java, the benefits of OSGi for application developers, the Covalent acquisition and Sprin
- Who’s Going To Be The Web’s Tim Russert? – Silicon Alley Insider – Tim Russert's death consumed a significant amount of my attention this weekend. I was saddened because I really liked him personally, even though only knew him via his work at NBC. More important, a big part of the reason I liked him, is that he educated
- Sekhar Vajjhala’s Blog: Migrating WebLogic’s JSP SimpleTag example to GlassFish – As I outlined in Migrate to GlassFish acitivities , I am migrating samples from different application servers to GlassFish to illustrate migration to GlassFish. Here, I selected the WebLogic's "JSP SimpleTag" sample to migrate to GlassFish.
- Using CSS to Fix Anything: 20+ Common Bugs and Fixes – Not only because your layout varies between browsers, but also because CSS has a lot of ways to position every element you have. Today we wanted to share with you some quick tips on how to avoid easy pitfalls when creating your CSS layout.
- Quick Introduction To Agile Software Development – Enterprise Java Software Developer Station – Prerana Patil gives us a rapid overview of the core ideas of Agile Software Development. The article talks of the features of agile, when to adopt it and when not to. It then goes on to describe the agile process and the steps involved in adopting agile i
- Head On » Blog Archive » A Few Tips For Giving a Presentation on Lean – So, you are about to give a lecture on lean software development? Here are a few tips:
- InfoQ: Presentation: The Design and Architecture of InfoQ – InfoQ.com is a web app/portal implementation combining portal technology (JSR 170) and web development (WebWork, Spring, AspectJ). In this presentation, Alexandru Popescu and Floyd Marinescu walks through the good, the bad, and the ugly of building InfoQ.
- Seth’s Blog: Email checklist – Before you hit send on that next email, perhaps you should run down this list, just to be sure:
- Datawocky: Why the World Needs a New Database System – The LAMP stack, with MySQL as the base, has transformed and democratized web application development. In a similar vein, I expect that we will see the emergence of a stack that democratizes large-scale data analytics applications. Aster Data could well be
- Datawocky: India’s SMS GupShup Has 3x The Usage Of Twitter And No Downtime – Then I read this TechCrunch post on the Twitter usage numbers and sympathy turned to bafflement – because I'm intimately familiar with SMS Gupshup, a startup in India that boasts usage numbers much, much higher than Twitter's, but has scaled without a gli
Declarative Caching Services for Spring by Alex Ruiz — Caching is an essential practice that improves the performance of enterprise applications. In this article, Alex Ruiz demonstrates a declarative caching framework for Spring 2.0, which supports pluggable cache implementations.
spring, spring2.0, caching, aspectj, AOP, SpringAOP, XStream
Earlier in the month, I blogged about Servlet Filters and how I see them as Aspects in the AOP world. Based on the blog entry, I’ve gotten tons of email from people that wanted to know more about Servlet Filters, how to use them and how to use the simple Authentication filter I used as an example. I also got quite a few emails from people that wanted to know what other filters I used and so I am including some resources that I find very helpful along with a few servlet filters that I use every day.
Servlet Filter Tutorials
Servlet Filter Apps
If you know of any other Servlet Filters that are useful, drop me an email or send me trackback.