- James Governor’s Monkchips » SOA flatlines: BRAINS! – SOA is about Enterprise Architecture, which has a value. Architecture, Discipline, Freedom.
- James Governor’s Monkchips » Day of The Dead: Web Drives Strong Demand for Java Skills – A 59% increase in jobs since January 2009? Not bad for a dead technology. Java has plenty of runway left and plenty of room for innovation.
- ankhsvn: Subversion Support for Visual Studio – AnkhSVN is a Subversion Source Control Provider for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, 2008 and 2010.
- DOS on Dope: The last MVC web framework you’ll ever need – It's time to meet the MVC web framework to end all MVC Web frameworks. DOS on DOPE is the modern MVC framework built on the awesome power of Batch scripts.
- "Were You Born on the Wrong Continent?": America’s misguided culture of overwork – Nonfiction – Salon.com – Germany's workers have higher productivity, shorter hours and greater quality of life. How did we get it so wrong?
- VMware positions Java for the cloud | Developer World – InfoWorld – The VMware Cloud Application Platform leverages the popular Spring Framework for Java development and the newly branded vFabric product set, which features pre-existing SpringSource products offering capabilities such as data management, messaging, and dynamic load balancing
- Gxt Gantt – A highly interactive GWT Gantt chart component for the Ext GWT framework – Gxt Gantt is a highly interactive gantt chart component that can assist you in project management, resource allocation and more.<br />
The component is written in pure GWT Java and it is based on the superb Ext GWT framework but requires nothing else to run
- Why is everyone always writing off Netflix? – By James Ledbetter – Slate Magazine – But there is one company that has been more consistently underestimated than any other, whose innovations, growth, and, indeed, survival have been dismissed and denied for nearly all its corporate life. That's Netflix.
- Java development 2.0: Sharding with Hibernate Shards – In this installment of the Java development 2.0 series, find out when sharding works, and when it doesn't, and then get your hands busy sharding a simple application capable of handling terabytes of data.
- JetBrains TV | Watch with pleasure! – We’ve had requests from the community to have a central point where people could have access to Screencasts and other Video related material that we provide. In response to that, we are happy to announce the availability of JetBrainsTV
- ExtJS, Spring MVC 3 and Hibernate 3.5: CRUD DataGrid Example | Loiane Groner – This tutorial will walk through how to implement a CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) DataGrid using ExtJS, Spring MVC 3 and Hibernate 3.5
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