- Nexus 7 review | The Verge – Google’s Nexus 7 isn’t just an excellent tablet for $200. It’s an excellent tablet, period. In fact, it’s the first Android tablet that I can confidently recommend to buyers — and not just because it’s got a low price tag (though that certainly helps). It’s a well-designed, powerful, and useful product, with lots of bells and whistles that makes it feel like a device that should be more expensive than it is.
- Developer’s Guide – Google Web Toolkit – Developer's Guide for GWT 2.5 RC – documentation is for a release candidate of GWT 2.5
- Dave McCrory Unveils Initial Formula for Principle of Data Gravity – Data Gravity is a theory around which data has mass. As data (mass) accumulates, it begins to have gravity. This Data Gravity pulls services and applications closer to the data. This attraction (gravitational force) is caused by the need for services and applications to have higher bandwidth and/or lower latency access to the data.
- Vaadin Framework v7.0 will include GWT as a core component – Vaadin Framework v7.0 will include GWT as a core component
- yeoman.io – a robust and opinionated client-side stack for building web apps – I'm Yeoman – a robust and opinionated client-side stack, comprised of tools and frameworks that can help developers quickly build beautiful web applications.
- Why learn C? – O’Reilly Radar – David Griffiths on C's consistent popularity and what the language can do for you.
- GWT 2.5 Release candidate 1 » pgt – Just in time for the Google IO 2012, the GWT team released a first release candidate for the upcoming GWT version 2.5.
- High Performance Network Applications in the Capital Markets – Todd Montgomery discusses messaging and how peer-to-peer messaging has changed capital markets, then takes a peek into its future pointing out that queuing is dead.
- Video: MongoDB and the JVM | Architects Zone – Brendan W. McAdams presents the following presentation (approx. 1 hour) on bringing together MongoDB, a popular NoSQL database, with the Java Virtual Machine.
- A Visual Git Reference – This page gives brief, visual reference for the most common commands in git. Once you know a bit about how git works, this site may solidify your understanding. If you're interested in how this site was created, see my GitHub repository.
- Spring Data REST 1.0.0.RC1 Released | SpringSource.org – I'm pleased to announce the release of Spring Data REST 1.0.0.RC1! Beyond a number of bug fixes, this release adds support for paging and sorting and makes it easier to integrate Spring Data REST into an existing Spring MVC application.
- High Availability & Disaster Recovery for Apache CloudStack – The features like high availability and disaster recovery reduce maintenance outage considerably and ensure that your infrastructure is available to you for maximum time. CloudStack is a way ahead in incorporating these features than other cloud providers.
- A reality check for OpenStack – Lew Moorman, president of Rackspace, is bullish on OpenStack's future, but can any early-stage project survive so much excitement?
- Sonatype Blog » Maven Continuous Integration Best Practices – This post isn’t about the virtues of using CI, it’s about how to setup an optimal environment in a Maven shop. Here are seven tips for running Maven builds in a CI system such as Hudson.
Links for June 24th through June 30th