Links for March 29th through April 2nd

Links for August 24th through August 27th

  • Running MongoDB on the Cloud – In this video Jared Rosoff covers topics like scaling and performance characteristics of running MongoDB in the cloud and he also shares some best practices when using Amazon EC2.
  • Why it is important to choose a #1 language for an enterprise project : Adam Bien’s Weblog – Why it is important to choose a #1 language for an enterprise project?
  • Kendo UI – The Art of Web Development – Kendo UI is a framework for modern HTML UI. Engineered with the latest HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript standards, it delivers everything needed for client-side, jQuery-powered development in one integrated, compact package.
  • Java NIO: NIO vs. IO – In this text I will try to shed some light on the differences between Java NIO and IO, their use cases, and how they affect the design of your code.
  • totallylazy – Another functional library for Java – A functional library for Java that provides map, reduce, join operations.
  • Heroku | Heroku for Java – Heroku is driven by a simple first principle: do what's best for developers. Supporting Java is what's best for the large world of Java developers; it's what's best for developers who want to use other JVM languages; and it's even good for users of other languages, who will benefit indirectly from the learning their community may gain from contact with Java. We're pleased to welcome Java developers to Heroku.
  • Google Doubles Down On Android And Andy Rubin – Seeking Alpha – Page has opened the full faith-and-credit of Google to Rubin, meaning its best legal and lobbying minds are now at his disposal, and the network Google built for itself may now be slowly opening up to handle direct customer traffic
  • Why Amazon Can’t Make A Kindle In the USA – Forbes – The managers in both companies did exactly what business school professors and the best management consultants would tell them to do—improve profitability by focuson on those activities that are profitable and by getting out of activities that are less profitable.
  • Advantages Of Being A Polyglot Programmer – People who only work with one language/platform often have an emotional attachment to it. If you're emotionally attached, it's not always easy to remain rational during discussions or when the future of your language/platform is being threatened

Links for May 7th through May 8th

Daily del.icio.us for December 28th through December 29th

  • InfoQ: Gartner Vendor Report: Application Infrastructure For Systematic SOA-Style Application Projects – Gartner recently released a report where they examine and evaluate the ability of leading application infrastructure providers/vendors to provide organizations with complete end-to-end support for for Systematic SOA-Style applications and projects.
  • Set Up and Get to Know Your New Mac – You've taken your requisite Apple product unboxing video and boasted about your brand new Mac on Facebook, but now it's time to get down to business. Whether you're new to the Mac or not, here's how to set up and get started
  • How IntelliJ IDEA Won Me Over | Galder’s Passionate Blog – It’s almost a year since I stopped using Eclipse as my main Java IDE and started using IntelliJ IDEA instead. Ever since I’ve been meaning to write this pos
  • Bozho’s tech blog » Why startups should not choose NoSQL – The NoSQL hype is omnipresent. And many startups are tempted to go for Cassandra/MongoDB/HBase/Redis/… . Here I’ll argue why they should rather stick to a SQL solution – MySQL or PostgreSQL.
  • Agile Glossary – AccuRev has released a glossary of terms for agile software development, intending to accelerate the adoption of agile practices in enterprises.
  • InfoQ: Using a Service Bus to Connect the Supply Chain – Peter Paul van de Beek presents a case study of using a service bus in a supply channel connecting a wholesale supplier with hundreds of retailers, the overall context and challenges faced – including the integration of POS software coming from different software providers-, the solution chosen and its implementation, how it worked out and the lessons learned along the way. 
  • Chinese and Indian Entrepreneurs Are Eating America’s Lunch – By Vivek Wadhwa | Foreign Policy – Watch out, Silicon Valley: China and India aren't just graduating bad engineers and stealing intellectual property anymore. They're fostering innovations that will shake the world
  • Forking will become normal in 2011, so get ready for GitHub | Open Source – InfoWorld – The growing use of distributed version-control systems can't be ignored in your enterprise; plan ahead to keep your developers happy in 2011
  • Redis – Redis is an open source, advanced key-value store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets and sorted sets.
  • InfoQ: Doug Crockford on HTML and Fixing the Web – In this interview, Doug Crockford discusses his views on HTML5, which basically amount to a warning that the technology is not quite ready and poses potential risks is widely adopted too quickly. Crockford also talks about the evolution of JavaScript, which has become his favorite language, and of the ECMAScript 5 standard.
  • Opt Out of Behavioral Advertising – The NAI Opt-out Tool was developed in conjunction with our members for the express purpose of allowing consumers to "opt out" of the behavioral advertising delivered by our member companies.

Daily del.icio.us for July 2nd through July 6th

Daily del.icio.us for March 20th through March 22nd

Daily del.icio.us for March 14th through March 17th