- Testability Explorer – TestabilityExplorer.org records the testability scores for many open source and commercial Java libraries. The compiled bytecode for the library is analyzed and metrics are calculated for the testability of individual classes. Those classes fall into one
- Brandon Werner » Blog Archive » ACM Article: How Intuitive is Object Oriented Design? – There is an incredible article that was published in the Communications of the ACM entitled “How Intuitive is Object Oriented Design?” by Irit Hadar from the University of Haifa, Israel and Uri Leron from the Israeli Institute of Technology. It goes t
- cloudtools – Google Code – Cloud Tools is a set of tools for deploying and testing Java EE applications on Amazon's Elastic Computing Cloud (EC2).
- Wind power, alternative energy | Salon News – A stunning new report just issued by the Bush administration finds that for under 2 cents a day per household, Americans could get 300 gigawatts of wind by 2030 which would reduce carbon dioxide emissions from electricity generation by 25 percent in 2030.
- InfoQ: Getting Started with Grails – In this presentation from QCon San Francisco 2007, Jason Rudolph gives an overview and demonstration of Grails. Topics covered include Java/Grails integration, Grails plugins, creating a complete Grails sample application from scratch, the structure of a
- Scott Hanselman’s Computer Zen – 11 Top Tips for a Successful Technical Presentation – 11 Top Tips for a Successful Technical Presentation
- peterpascale.com » TeamCity Lessons Learned (Build Trophy For Sale) – In honor of four months of successful TeamCity usage – I offer this set of TeamCity lessons learned:
- SpringSource Team Blog » Why should I care about OSGi anyway? – Michael Burke asked a great question on that thread which can be paraphrased as "forgetting the hype surrounding OSGi, what benefits can I expect to see if I port an application currently packaged as an EAR to OSGi bundles?
- Linux On A Stick: Fedora 9 Puts Your Desktop on a USB Drive – This week's release of the Fedora 9 Linux distribution makes putting a full-fledged desktop on a portable USB thumb drive a three-click affair. Even better, you don't need Linux installed to create it, you can leave the data on your thumb drive untouched,
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