LEGO® Java: Apache Camel Context and Route Basics – Camel offers you Java implementations of the EIPs that you can mix and match to get some functionality done, without having to construct the blocks yourself. If you are open and eager to learn new ways of building Java applications, let’s start with some practical Camel examples.
Securing an Ubuntu Server « andrewault.net – In this post, we are going to meet the security challenge in with multi-pronged effort that will include: system analysis, changing settings for additional hardening against attack, installing a firewall maintenance system, scanning for rootkits, and offering a regular maintenance regimen.
Japan brings money home to rebuild | Reuters – Shaken by the prospect of nuclear meltdown after a devastating earthquake and tsunami, Japanese investors will dump overseas assets on Monday and bring their money home to help finance reconstruction
Which Technology Should I Choose? | Summa Blog – You will rarely, if ever find a set of technologies that completely fits your needs. Be ready to make tradeoffs – a concession here, in favor of a significant advantage there. Making the best technology tradeoffs can put your application on the right path for a long time
Dynamic, typesafe queries in JPA 2.0 – A query for persistent Java™ objects is typesafe if a compiler can verify it for syntactic correctness. Version 2.0 of the Java Persistence API (JPA) introduces the Criteria API, which brings the power of typesafe queries to Java applications for the first time and provides a mechanism for constructing queries dynamically at run tim
Build better Web applications with Google Sitebricks – Sitebricks is a lightweight framework that provides versatile tools for rapidly creating Web applications. It extends the Guice philosophy to the Web. Best of all, Sitebricks is still a young framework. You'll want to keep an eye on upcoming features and on the ecosystem developing around Sitebricks
Gears API Blog: Hello HTML5 – If you've wondered why there haven't been many Gears releases or posts on the Gears blog lately, it's because we've shifted our effort towards bringing all of the Gears capabilities into web standards like HTML5
Book of Vaadin – vaadin.com – Book of Vaadin is a comprehensive documentation of Vaadin. It shows how to get started, gives a good overview of the features and tutors you through advanced aspects of the framework.