- Consumer Reports Electronics Blog: Lab tests: Why Consumer Reports can’t recommend the iPhone 4 – It's official. Consumer Reports' engineers have just completed testing the iPhone 4, and have confirmed that there is a problem with its reception
- Project Lombok – Spice up your Java – @Data generates all the boilerplate that is normally associated with simple POJOs (Plain Old Java Objects) and beans: getters for all fields, setters for all non-final fields, and appropriate toString, equals and hashCode implementations that involve the fields of the class
- App Inventor for Android – To use App Inventor, you do not need to be a developer. App Inventor requires NO programming knowledge. This is because instead of writing code, you visually design the way the app looks and use blocks to specify the app's behavior.
- Google’s Do-It-Yourself App Tool – NYTimes.com – Google is bringing Android software development to the masses. The company will offer a software tool, starting Monday, that is intended to make it easy for people to write applications for its Android smartphones.
- MyEclipse for Spring 8.6: GWT Scaffolding – This tutorial is going to walk you through producing this ready-to-run GWT application with a Spring backend that implements the CRUD application pattern for a domain model.<br />
This tutorial is going to walk you through producing this ready-to-run GWT application with a Spring backend that implements the CRUD application pattern for a domain model.
- louisgray.com: Why I Turned In My iPhone and Went Android – I am betting on an ecosystem and an application environment that encourages best of breed developers to move their product to a growing population of smartphones, and I expect to reap the benefits
- Configuring multiple Tomcat application servers with Apache HTTP server/ Load Balancing with Apache Web Server « Girish Gaurav’s Blog – In this article, I am going to explain how we can configure multiple Tomcat instances with single Apache Web Server.
- Should you have separate product and maintenance teams? » Silver Stripe Blog » Blog Archive – In my experience the really good developers want to become better, and there is no better way than to do maintenance. It teaches a whole lot of things – where your design is failing, what kind of changes are being requested, how customers are using your software and which assumptions were invalid
- This Android Chart Should Scare The Bejesus Out Of Apple – The chart below should scare the bejesus out of Apple. Because it suggests that it may, in fact, be deja vu all over again. (As you look at it, remember that, two years ago, Android was nowhere).
- Gradle: why? – JBoss Community – A lot of people have asked me to document the reasons I want to migrate Hibernate from Maven to Gradle as its build tool so I enumerate those reasons here.