- The Post-PC era will be a multi-platform era | asymco – The thesis that one dominant platform wins the mobile “war” is naive. The post-PC era will be a multi-platform era. Developers already understand this. Platform vendors know this. It’s time to unlearn the lessons of the PC era.
- CDI 1.0 vs. Spring 3.1 feature comparsion: bean definition & dependency injection | Javalobby – This blog article provides a comparison matrix between Spring IoC 3.1 and CDI implementation JBoss Weld 1.1
- Imixs Workflow Project – Java BPM …the open source workflow technology for business applications – Imixs Workflow is an open source project based on a robust and scalable technology, to design business applications in a fast and easy way.
- InfoQ: Twitter Shifting More Code to JVM, Citing Performance and Encapsulation As Primary Drivers – While it almost certainly remains the largest Ruby on Rails based site in the world, Twitter has gradually been moving more and more of its stack to the JVM. The change is partially motivated by oft-cited advantages of the JVM, such as performance and scalability, but is also driven by a desire for better encapsulation of individual services, and other architectural concerns.
- Top Ten Articles for Q2 2011 from the McKinsey Quarterly – Top Ten Articles for Q2 2011 from the McKinsey Quarterly
- Building Java Object Graph with Tour de France results – using screen scraping, java.util.Parser and assorted facilities « AMIS Technology blog – Building Java Object Graph with Tour de France results – using screen scraping, java.util.Parser and assorted facilities
- InfoQ: Innovation at Google – Patrick Copeland on pretotyping: innovators beat ideas, pretotypes beat productypes, data beats opinions, doing beats talking, simple beats complex, now beats later, commitment beats committees.
- Convince your Boss to let you use Scala – Convince your Boss to let you use Scala
- Ruby Kickstart: free course with videos, quizzes, & challenges – Ruby Kickstart: free course with videos, quizzes, & challenges
- Inside Google+ — How the Search Giant Plans to Go Social | Epicenter | Wired.com – Google believes that with Circles it has solved the tough sharing problem that Facebook has inexplicably failed to crack. “With Facebook I have 500 friends — my mom’s my friend, my boss is my friend,” says Shimrit Ben-Yair, the product manager in charge of the social graph. “So when I share on Facebook, I overshare. On Twitter, I undershare, because it’s public. If Google hits that spot in the middle, we can revolutionize social interaction
- The Confluence of Technology & Finance – Andrew Lo of MIT on the confluence of technology & finance, and what is has wrought, for good and … much less good. And, yes, John Thain is in this too
- The Google Plus 50 – I wrote down 50 things to think about with regards to Google+, in no particular order. The purpose of this list is to get you thinking about a bunch of different possibilities.
Links for July 3rd through July 6th