Daily del.icio.us for October 11th through October 17th

Daily del.icio.us for April 6th through April 7th

Daily del.icio.us for January 13th through January 16th

  • VMware Go a Free Server Virtualization Option | Architects Zone – VMware just released VMware Go, a free service for managing the VMware ESXi embedded hypervisors (including ESX Server 3i, ESXi 3.5, and ESXi 4.0), which are also free.
  • Google upgrades to EXT4 FileSystem – Google’s decision to deploy Ext4 is a strong endorsement of the filesystem’s reliability and affirms its suitability for enterprise adoption, this could cause a revolution and accelerated adoption throughout the industry
  • Struts 2 Tutorial: Struts 2 Validation Framework Tutorial with Example | Javalobby – In this article we will learn how to leverage Struts2 Validation Framework in an application. For this we will use StrutsHelloWorld application which we created in previous article as base and starts adding validation logic to it.
  • Java 6 Update 18: Now With Windows 7 Support | Javalobby – Java 6 Update 18 is now available for download. One of the main features of this release is the inclusion of support for Windows 7. Along with an impressive list of bug fixes, the update includes performance improvements, an update to JavaDB and the inclusion of the latest version of the Java profiling tool, VisualV
  • InfoQ: Google Collections 1.0 Offers Enhanced Implementations of the Java Collections Framework – The Google Collections Library also offers new utility implementations and a focused set of libraries concerned with concurrency, including immutable collection implementations
  • OSCache – OSCache – CacheFilter – OSCache comes with a servlet filter that enables you to transparently cache entire pages of your website, and even binary files. Caching of binary files is extremely useful when they are generated dynamically, e.g. PDF files or images.
  • Eyal Lupu Java Blog >> Embedding and Initializing Databases in Spring 3.0 – I noticed a small, but useful, new feature in Spring 3.0: support for embedding and initializing databases using the application context. Using this support one can configure embedded database engine as part of the application context and use it just as another bean
  • InfoQ: Overview of the Spring 3.0 Web Stack – In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Keith Donald discusses the Spring 3.0 web stack, key Spring Framework and Spring MVC features, demos of Spring MVC capabilities, REST support, validation support, automatic data conversion, data binding and validation, Joda Time support, Spring JavaScript, Dojo, Spring Web Flow, Spring Security, Spring BlazeDS, and the roadmap for the Spring web stack.
  • Grails – 1.2 Release Notes – Grails 1.2 has been released with new features like Dependency Resolution DSL, Named Query Support, Improved Performance & Memory Consumption, Named URL Mappings, Refactored Testing Infrastructure, Pluggable Web Containers
  • Why Did Google Build a Phone and a Browser? Design By Gravity – Google isn’t so much interested in selling the best phone, or providing the best browser. Google is intent in raising the average in areas it thinks are key to its future.

Daily del.icio.us for December 12th through January 5th

  • Generate a self-signed SSL Certificate with OpenSSL | *.hosting – Occasionally it may be necessary to generate a self-signed SSL certificate. This could be for internal websites, or for other internal uses that may require secure encrypted network transmissions. We decided to post this guide for everyone to use, since using the guide as a reference may hopefully be useful to those of you out there
  • Google Collections Library: 1.0-final! – Google Collections Library – The Google Collections Library 1.0 is a set of new collection types, implementations and related goodness for Java 5 and higher, brought to you by Google. It is a natural extension of the Java Collections Framework.
  • InfoQ: Re-thinking Lean Service – Taiichi Ohno discovered some counter-intuitive truths as he developed the Toyota System. Similar counter-intuitive truths wait to be discovered by leaders of service organisations. When they are understood and applied, service organisations' performance is transformed to levels that, to the current mind-set, would be considered unachievable.
  • InfoQ: SpringSource’s Ben Alex talks about Spring Roo, Spring Shell and Spring Security 3.0 – Dr Ben Alex, The Project Lead of the Spring Roo code generator project, discusses using Roo on an existing project, building custom templates and add-ons for Roo, and how its capabilities compare to other productivity tools such as Grails.
  • sesawe.net – English – Sesawe is a global alliance dedicated to bringing the benefits of uncensored access to information to Internet users around the world
  • iPhone App Developers | PointAbout – PointAbout allows you to quickly mobilize the content you’re already publishing, like RSS & XML feeds, APIs and HTML content. Our AppMakr.com service builds native mobile applications in minutes instead of months, across multiple phone platforms without any ramp-up time and no need for proprietary programming expertise.
  • jLinq – LINQ for JSON – jLinq is a fully extensible Javascript library that allows you to perform LINQ style queries on arrays of object.
  • Querying JPA Entities with JPQL and Native SQL – Learn how to take advantage of the Java Persistence query language and native SQL when querying over JPA entities.
  • Spring Module OXM – A new feature of Spring Framework 3.0 | united-coders.com – I think the Spring OXM module is absolutely usable. It is a nice way to keep the code independent from the underlying marshalling technology. And there are a lot more ways to use Spring OXM. At this time the Castor project, Apache XMLBeans, JiBX, XStream and JAXB is supported
  • JD | Java Decompiler – The “Java Decompiler project” aims to develop tools in order to decompile and analyze Java 5 “byte code” and the later versions.
  • As the Nation’s Pulse Races, Obama Can’t Seem to Find His – If we can’t catch a Nigerian with a powerful explosive powder in his oddly feminine-looking underpants and a syringe full of acid, a man whose own father had alerted the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria, a traveler whose ticket was paid for in cash and who didn’t check bags, whose visa renewal had been denied by the British, who had studied Arabic in Al Qaeda sanctuary Yemen, whose name was on a counterterrorism watch list, who can we catch?
  • Grails – 1.2 Release Notes – SpringSource are pleased to announce the 1.2 release of the Grails web application development framework. Grails is a dynamic web application framework built on Java and Groovy, leveraging best of breed APIs from the Java EE sphere including Spring, Hibernate and SiteMesh
  • A Unix Utility You Should Know About: lsof – good coders code, great reuse – If netcat was called the Swiss Army Knife of Network Connections, then I’d call lsof the Swiss Army Knife of Unix debugging.
  • 100+ Open Source/Free Security Tools | TuVinhSoft .,JSC – Below are some open source/free tools that can help you with security testing as well as tools that will keep your system secure. Please use these tools ONLY for good.
  • YouTube – Google Web Toolkit 2.0 New Features – This video provides an overview of new features in Google Web Toolkit (GWT) 2.0, a tool which enables developers to produce highly optimized, browser-specific JavaScript for their apps
  • Ext JS 3.1: Massive memory improvements, TreeGrid, and more – On behalf of the Ext Team, I am extremely excited to announce the final release of Ext JS 3.1. With this release we rededicate ourselves to making Ext JS the best it can be, in both features and performanc
  • InfoQ: Amazon RDS: MySQL Database as a Cloud Service – Amazon recently added a new MySQL database offering to their Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform named Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS), which works just like a traditional MySQL installation
  • InfoQ: Whats New in Spring 3.0 – Arjen Poutsma reviews Spring Framework 2.5 and takes a look at Spring 3.0 – Java 5+, Spring Expression Language, REST support, Portlet 2.0, declarative model validation, early support for Java EE 6 – and the roadmap ahead.
  • Spring Framework 3.0 goes GA | SpringSource Team Blog – After a long ride, it is my pleasure to announce that Spring 3.0 GA (.RELEASE) is finally available (download page)! All of SpringSource is celebrating – join the party
  • Pivotal Tracker – Free Lightweight Agile Project Management – Tracker is a free, award winning, agile project management tool that enables real time collaboration around a shared, prioritized backlog.
  • Agile software development, the principles. Principle 11 – The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams.
  • Using Linux – Linux Administration Basics – Linode Library – This document presents a collection of common issues and useful tips for Linux system administration. Whether you're new to system administration or have been maintaining systems for some time, we hope these tips are helpful regardless of your background or choice in Linux distributions
  • JAX-WS 2.2/Metro 2.0/Java EE6/GlassFish V3 Released | Java.net – We are pleased to announce the release of JAX-WS 2.2 and JAX-WS 2.2 RI. RI is also included in Metro 2.0. As Metro 2.0 is bundled in GlassFish v3, you don't require any separate installation step. On the servlet containers like Tomcat, you follow the installation instructions in the bundle.
  • Metro 2.0 released | Java.net – Metro 2.0 has been released. Here is an overview of the new features

Daily del.icio.us for September 9th through September 16th

  • JavaScript Framework Matrix – Overview with functions and examples – The JavaScript Framework Matrix will give you an overview of popular JavaScript frameworks and their functions. There are various examples for the frameworks and every snippet contains links to the official documentation
  • SpriteMe: Spriting made easy – SpriteMe is an open source project that helps web developers create sprites in a matter of minutes rather than hours.
  • InfoQ: Book Review: Understanding SCA – Overall the book provides a complete introduction to SCA. If you are not familiar with the technology and you are building an SOA, it is certainly worth investing some of your time either to adopt the technology or implement some of its patterns.
  • Feds launch Apps.gov; Cloud computing players salivate | Between the Lines | ZDNet.com – The Federal government launched Apps.gov, a site designed to be a storefront for approved cloud computing applications. The move is designed to streamline application adoption at federal agencies
  • Introduction to Google Collections | Benjamin Winterberg – The Google Collections Library 1.0 is a set of new collection types, implementations and related goodness for Java 5 and higher, brought to you by Google. It is a natural extension of the Java Collections Framework you already know and love.
  • InfoQ: 3 Patterns from SOA Design Patterns by Thomas Erl – All of these patterns are considered fundamental to inventory governance in that they support and are influenced by the Service Discoverability principle, which actually shapes service meta information in such a manner that it can be effectively discovered and interpreted.
  • SproutCore 1.0 is almost ready – After 20,000 lines of new code, over 5,000 new unit tests, and countless hours of effort by over 30 contributors, SproutCore 1.0 is almost ready. Try out the new code today and help us make the push to our final release. Join the HTML5 revolution.
  • iPhone gets .Net app development | Developer World – InfoWorld – Leveraging Novell's Mono runtime for running Windows applications on non-Windows systems, Novell's MonoTouch 1.0 is a commercial software development kit that lets developers utilize code and libraries written for .Net and programming languages like C#
  • thewojogroup’s simplecart-js at master – GitHub – A simple paypal shopping cart in 20kb that you can setup in minutes
  • Hades – Trac – Hades is a utility library to work with Data Access Objects implemented with Spring and JPA. The main goal is to ease the development and operation of a data access layer in applications.

Daily del.icio.us for August 17th through August 27th

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