- Flex Charts with Google Charts and Eastwood Charts – The concept behind Google Chart API (and hence applies to Eastwood Chart Servlet as well) involves providing data for chart generation to the chart provider via HTTP URL parameters and getting an image (PNG) as a response.
- How to Integrate Spring 2.x with the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) – This post explains how to manage your GWT server-side services with Spring and Spring MVC, and to inject Spring beans into them.
- Comet Daily » Blog Archive » Oracle, BEA, and Bayeux – Developers from BEA contributed efforts towards defining the Bayeux protocol, and it’s great to see them ship this update to WebLogic. They also have a tutorial available, Using the HTTP Publish-Subscribe Server, providing detailed information for WebLogic users.
- Stellarium – Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
- Database vendors add Google’s MapReduce – LinuxWorld – Greenplum and Aster Data Systems, two startups involved in large-scale data analysis, announced this week that their products will support MapReduce, a programming technique originally developed by Google for parallel processing of large data sets across commodity hardware
- Back To School: Expand Your Brain with Evernote – Let's take a look at how you can use your computer, cellphone, and digital camera in conjunction with the free, cross-platform application Evernote to remember everything for the rest of your life–or at least until the end of the semester.
- InfoQ: Oracle delivers first new release of the WebLogic App Server since BEA acquisition – Oracle has announced the release of WebLogic Server 10g R3 which is the first release of BEA’s Application Server since its acquisition by Oracle earlier this year. This version adds support for Java SE 6, Spring, Comet, improved Operations Control, FastSwap Deployment and more.
- Virtual worlds | If you build it… | Economist.com – Google’s launch of Lively, in July, seemed to have great potential. But in the weeks since it opened its virtual doors, Lively has remained surprisingly lifeless, hosting a dwindling number of users and prompting a string of negative reviews.
- Are we ready to declare the “time of death” for the enterprise data center? | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com – The traditional data center won’t disappear overnight, but it will almost certainly shrink on a regular basis from now on
- BlackBerry – BlackBerry Developer Program | BlackBerry Java Development Environment Downloads – The BlackBerry Java Development Environment (BlackBerry JDE) is a fully integrated development environment and simulation tool for building Java Micro Edition (Java ME) applications for Java based BlackBerry smartphones
- Home | Spot.us – "Spot Us" is a nonprofit that allows an individual or group to take control of news by sharing the cost (crowdfunding) to commission freelance journalists
- Amazon EBS – Elastic Block Store has launched – All Things Distributed – With the launch of the Elastic Block Store we complete an important milestone in offering a complete suite of storage solutions as part of the Amazon Infrastructure Services
- Amazon Web Services Blog: Amazon EBS (Elastic Block Store) – Bring Us Your Data – As of today, the Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) is now open and available to all EC2 users. EBS gives you persistent, high-performance, high-availability block-level storage which you can attach to a running instance of EC2
- Greg Luck’s WebLog: IntelliJ 8 milestone 1 rocks! – IntelliJ 8 milestone 1, a.k.a. Diana rocks! For the non-IntelliJ users of this world, 8m1 was released in the last week. IntelliJ 7 annoyed me. It was slow and bloated
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