Daily del.icio.us for October 17th through October 24th

Daily del.icio.us for May 11th through May 16th

Daily del.icio.us for May 7th through May 11th

Daily del.icio.us for January 13th through January 16th

  • VMware Go a Free Server Virtualization Option | Architects Zone – VMware just released VMware Go, a free service for managing the VMware ESXi embedded hypervisors (including ESX Server 3i, ESXi 3.5, and ESXi 4.0), which are also free.
  • Google upgrades to EXT4 FileSystem – Google’s decision to deploy Ext4 is a strong endorsement of the filesystem’s reliability and affirms its suitability for enterprise adoption, this could cause a revolution and accelerated adoption throughout the industry
  • Struts 2 Tutorial: Struts 2 Validation Framework Tutorial with Example | Javalobby – In this article we will learn how to leverage Struts2 Validation Framework in an application. For this we will use StrutsHelloWorld application which we created in previous article as base and starts adding validation logic to it.
  • Java 6 Update 18: Now With Windows 7 Support | Javalobby – Java 6 Update 18 is now available for download. One of the main features of this release is the inclusion of support for Windows 7. Along with an impressive list of bug fixes, the update includes performance improvements, an update to JavaDB and the inclusion of the latest version of the Java profiling tool, VisualV
  • InfoQ: Google Collections 1.0 Offers Enhanced Implementations of the Java Collections Framework – The Google Collections Library also offers new utility implementations and a focused set of libraries concerned with concurrency, including immutable collection implementations
  • OSCache – OSCache – CacheFilter – OSCache comes with a servlet filter that enables you to transparently cache entire pages of your website, and even binary files. Caching of binary files is extremely useful when they are generated dynamically, e.g. PDF files or images.
  • Eyal Lupu Java Blog >> Embedding and Initializing Databases in Spring 3.0 – I noticed a small, but useful, new feature in Spring 3.0: support for embedding and initializing databases using the application context. Using this support one can configure embedded database engine as part of the application context and use it just as another bean
  • InfoQ: Overview of the Spring 3.0 Web Stack – In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Keith Donald discusses the Spring 3.0 web stack, key Spring Framework and Spring MVC features, demos of Spring MVC capabilities, REST support, validation support, automatic data conversion, data binding and validation, Joda Time support, Spring JavaScript, Dojo, Spring Web Flow, Spring Security, Spring BlazeDS, and the roadmap for the Spring web stack.
  • Grails – 1.2 Release Notes – Grails 1.2 has been released with new features like Dependency Resolution DSL, Named Query Support, Improved Performance & Memory Consumption, Named URL Mappings, Refactored Testing Infrastructure, Pluggable Web Containers
  • Why Did Google Build a Phone and a Browser? Design By Gravity – Google isn’t so much interested in selling the best phone, or providing the best browser. Google is intent in raising the average in areas it thinks are key to its future.

Daily del.icio.us for September 9th

  • BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » We hate success – The Justice Department has hired a litigator to look at going after Google and its growing dominance in advertising. This isn’t surprising, of course. It’s the yin-yang of American business: we love success stories but we hate too much success.
  • Michael Medavoy: When Did Education and Intellect Become Political Negatives? – Unfortunately, we are now living in a different world. No longer does the public want a leader with an education or experience. The public wants the beer-drinking buddy from Texas or the beauty queen from Alaska. Cover photos on US Weekly and People Magazine are now the new authoritative credentials — so much so that they carry more clout than Harvard Law degrees and Constitutional Law professorships.
  • Mendel Rosenblum, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist at VMware, resigns | virtualization.info – This departure comes at the worst moment: yesterday Microsoft officially presented its competing product, Hyper-V, and while the hypervisor is still years behind the VMware technology, the entire industry announced support for it. VMware will need a solid strategy to counter that: cutting-edge technologies rarely wins against Microsoft marketing war-machines and ubiquitous alliances.
  • Beet.TV: Google’s Marissa Mayer on Chrome, New Web Browser – Yesterday in San Francisco, Kelsey Blodget, associate producer at Beet.TV sat down for an extensive interview with Google Vice President Marissa Mayer. In this segment, Marissa talks about the development and functionality of Chrome, the new Web browser from Google
  • Fitbit – Automatically Track Your Fitness and Sleep – Did I get enough exercise today? How many calories did I burn? Am I getting good quality sleep? How many steps and miles did I walk today? The Fitbit Tracker helps you answer these questions.
  • TC50: iCharts Wants To Be The YouTube For Charts – The self-proclaimed “YouTube for interactive charts,” iChart provides a way for users to take data they created with other services like Excel or Google Spreadsheets, and upload that data directly to iCharts. Once collected, users need only to drag and drop the data to the chart to create a fully-modifiable and interactive chart.
  • InfoQ: AJAX Animator Demonstrates AJAX in RIA World – This open-source project uses AJAX technologies to provide a fully standards-based, online, collaborative, Web-based animation suite. The 0.2 release shows good potential for AJAX plays in the RIA world. The creator of AJAX Animator, who uses the alias Antimatter15, recently shared his insights with InfoQ.
  • InfoQ: Martin Fowler on Avoiding Common Scrum Pitfalls – Jacky Li of InfoQ China spoke with Martin Fowler during ThoughtWorks' AgileChina conference. In this print interview, Martin Fowler talked about Scrum certification and the future of Agile.
  • InfoQ: Pratik Patel on Enterprise JPA, Fetch Groups and Spring 2.5 – Pratik demonstrated JPA API usage and performance tuning using @FetchGroup and @FetchPlan annotations provided by Apache OpenJPA framework. He also talked about unit and integration testing of fetching logic and recommended to test the fetch groups code to prevent any last minute surprises when the application code is promoted to production environment.
  • InfoQ: Neal Ford On Programming Languages and Platforms – Neal Ford talks about the tendency of having multiple languages running on one of the two major platforms existing today: Java and .NET. He also presents the advantages offered by Ruby compared to static languages like Java or C#
  • InfoQ: Typemock: Past, Present and Future – The story of Typemock™ began in 2004, when now-CEO Eli Lopian found that developers didn't practice TDD (Test Driven Development) because writing unit tests was too hard, and he wanted to create a tool which will help developers become agile

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 16, 2007 through Aug 21, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 11, 2007 through Aug 16, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Aug 09, 2007 through Aug 11, 2007

  • LiMo Foundation: Welcome – Motorola, NEC, NTT DoCoMo, Panasonic Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics, and Vodafone established the LiMo Foundation to develop the Foundation Platform, a Linux-based, open mobile communication device software platform
  • Erlang, the next Java – Erlang is going to be a very important language. It could be the next Java. Its main problem is that there is no big company behind it
  • Judge Says Unix Copyrights Rightfully Belong to Novell – New York Times – In a decision that may finally settle one of the most bitter legal battles surrounding software widely used in corporate data centers, a federal judge ruled Friday afternoon that Novell, and not SCO, is the rightful owner of the copyrights for Unix OS.
  • NIST endorses Microsoft’s Open XML in upcoming vote | Tech news blog – CNET News.com – The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is backing Microsoft’s effort to certify Office Open XML as an international standard.
  • How well do you know prototype? – Here, I’ve collected most common use cases that do NOT use all of prototype’s capabilities and their simple solutions. I hope this will be a basic checklist to go through when developing for your next project
  • Learning JavaFX Script, Part 1: An Introduction to JavaFX Script for Java Programmers – The JavaFX Script programming language (hereinafter referred to as JavaFX) is a declarative, statically typed scripting language from Sun. Because JavaFX Script is statically typed, it also has the same code structuring, reuse, and encapsulation features
  • Real Web 2.0: Quick and dirty Web applications with bookmarklets – Bookmarklets are an important part of the Web 2.0 landscape, and they exemplify the qualities of Web 2.0 technology I tend to focus on in this column: transparency and openness.
  • WebLogic Server Virtual Edition Launcher Appliance – WLS-VE is a combination of a Java application server (WebLogic Server) with a Java Virtual Machine that works with hypervisor software and provides only the set of operating system features that WebLogic Server needs to offer its full range of services.
  • Arvind Jain’s Blog: WebLogic Server Virtual Edition (WLS-VE) goes GA – With a single command, WLS instances can quickly be deployed onto VMware ESX-enabled resource pools, fully integrated and tuned to run within their own dedicated virtual machines… all without any 3rd party operating systems.
  • yav – Javascript form validation tool – Yav is a SIMPLE, POWERFUL and CUSTOMIZABLE javascript-based form validation tool.
  • New elements in HTML 5 – HTML 5 introduces new elements to HTML for the first time since the last millennium. New structural elements include aside, figure, and section. New inline elements include time, meter, and progress. New embedding elements include video and audio.
  • Download Query Express – Query Express is a simple Query Analyzer look-alike, but being small and free it can be run where the SQL Server client tools are not installed or licensed. This makes it especially useful as a query tool for MSDE and SQL Express. It also connects to Orac