Daily del.icio.us for February 27th through March 2nd

Daily del.icio.us for February 5th through February 7th

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

  • Bamboo 2.3 is Available – See Elastic Bamboo in Action! – Bamboo 2.3 has just been released and is available for immediate download. This release expands support for scaling your continuous integration (CI) build system into the Amazon EC2 cloud, and makes it easier to manage complex builds as your team's use of CI grows.
  • Doctype – Web design Q & A – New Stack-Overflow-style question-and-answer site for web designers, from the makers of Litmus.
  • VMware puts squeeze on Red Hat with SpringSource buy | The Open Road – CNET News – Red Hat is, of course, taking a leadership role in virtualization and increasingly cloud computing. But it will need to quickly move beyond its dependence on its operating system business to sell a larger, strategic story or it faces the prospect of being an excellent, limited basic infrastructure vendor.
  • InfoQ: Google Wave Preview Opens Up on Sept 30th – What to Expect – With the Google Wave Preview scheduled for public availability on September 30th, Wave API Tech Lead Douwe Osinga has posted on the Wave Google Group about what the team has been working on along with some future directions.
  • InfoQ: SOA With Web Services, In Practice – This presentation discusses specific SOA properties that might result in major problems and concrete ways to solve such problems including appropriate decoupling, appropriate processes for dealing with life-cycles and heterogeneous repositories, and pragmatic solutions for interoperability, reliability, and security.
  • iBATIS 3 for Java Released (BETA 1) – iBATIS 3 is a complete rewrite from the ground up and thus represents the biggest change since the very first version of iBATIS released in 2002. There are a lot of modern features that take advantage of Java 5. iBATIS 3 includes simplified design and some great new tools for helping you build great database driven applications.
  • Original IntelliJ Cast | JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Blog – Let’s talk about type casts — those things you hardly can avoid in JVM-based code. Being a helpful IDE, IntelliJ IDEA now does all the casting stuff for you when you are using its code completion in Java and Groovy.
  • InfoQ: CouchDB From 10,000 Feet – This presentation takes a look at CouchDB from 10,000 ft. CouchDB is a document oriented database with a highly acclaimed REST API and replication support, that solves problems of high-traffic, distributed peer-to-peer, and offline applications. all at the same time. You will learn to decide when CouchDB is a good fit for your project and when you are better off with a traditional database.
  • Easier mocking with Mockito « JTeam Blog / JTeam: Enterprise Java, Open Source, software solutions, Amsterdam – I hope you can see by now why Mockito is a better alternative to EasyMock. At JTeam we’re adopting Mockito in all our new projects. And whenever we have to go back to EasyMock, in the code from earlier projects, we know it was a good move. Happy mocking!
  • Microsoft joins HTML 5 standard fray in earnest | Business Tech – CNET News – After leaving much of the creation of a new version of HTML to Apple, Google, Opera, and Mozilla, Microsoft has begun sinking its teeth into the Web standard.
  • punypng: making the web more puny, one png at a time | Gracepoint After Five – It’s a free png compression service that intelligently leverages multiple open-source png compression algorithms in the hopes of making the web more puny, one png at a time.

Daily del.icio.us for July 22nd through July 26th

  • PCQuest : Developer : Auto Tweet on Twitter Using Java – Twitter4J is a Java library for Twitter API, using which you can communicate with Twitter directly through your Java application
  • Principles for Implementing a Service-Oriented Enterprise Architecture | SOA Zone – Implementation of this SOEA is likely to be, and probably should be, incremental. More progress needs to be made at the development level. Organizations need to develop the implementation, governance and configuration management aspects of an SOEA methodolog
  • Ibatis Tutorial: Inheritance Strategies ~ C for Coding – I believe that Ibatis really is on the "sweet spot" of complexity vs capability for persistence frameworks, offering most of the (useful) features of JPA with significantly less complexity. This tutorial is another in the series that I hope will demonstrate that.
  • Justin Gardner – Political Pulse – The Legalized Theft That Is High Frequency Trading – True/Slant – Nearly everyone on Wall Street is wondering how hedge funds and large banks like Goldman Sachs are making so much money so soon after the financial system nearly collapsed. High-frequency trading is one answer.
  • Adam Bien – press.adam-bien.com – This pragmatic book offers the real world knowledge and code you need to develop lean but still maintainable Java EE 5 / 6 applications. Real World Java EE Patterns – Rethinking Best Practices guides you to efficient patterns and best practices in a structured way, with real world code
  • JPA Implementation Patterns: Saving (Detached) Entities | Javalobby – When switching from Hibernate to JPA a lot of people are dismayed to find that method missing. The closest alternative seems to be the EntityManager.merge method, but there is a big difference that has important implications. The Session.saveOrUpdate method, and its cousin Session.update, attach the passed entity to the persistence context while EntityManager.merge method copies the state of the passed object to the persistent entity with the same identifier and then return a reference to that persistent entity.
  • Making the Good Programmer … Better | Javalobby – If there's one point that you can take away and implement from this article it's this one. Take pride in what you do. Everything else falls into place, and you will become a great programmer if you take this advice
  • Apple has 91% of market for $1,000+ PCs, says NPD | Betanews – Move over Microsoft. Apple can claim big, big market share numbers, too. According to NPD, in June, nine out of 10 dollars spent on computers costing $1,000 or more went to Apple. Mac revenue market share in the "premium" price segment was 91 percent, up from 88 percent in May
  • Ted Husted – Embrace Your Inner Google – A few years back, when I first tried IntelliJ IDEA's refactoring tools, I felt like I was pair programming with Commander Data. In the background, IDEA would compile my code, correct my syntax, and suggest fixes when my programming got sloppy. IDEA helped me write better code in less time.
  • JPA Implementation Patterns: Data Access Objects | Javalobby – The abstraction provided by JPA is pretty leaky and has ramifications for larger parts of your application than just your Data Access Objects (DAO's) and your domain objects. You need to make decisions on how to handle transactions, lazy loading, detached object (think web frameworks), inheritance, and more. And it turns out that the books and the articles don't really help you here.

Daily del.icio.us for June 9th through June 12th

Daily del.icio.us for April 13th through April 15th