- Using git with Spring Roo and the git addon « poornerd – Spring Roo finally has an installable git addon (since Version 1.1.2) which will setup, config and auto commit your files to git for you.
- Another Double Espresso Please!: CriteriaBuilder and Dynamic Queries in JPA 2.0 – A major new feature of Java EE 6 is JPA 2.0 and in particular the addition of the Criteria API which provides the ability to dynamically construct object-based queries.
- Use Chrome Developer Tools to find and fix performance problems – In this post I will only write about using Chrome Dev Tools for detecting performance problems, auditing problems (Chrome also suggests you how to fix them), and a possible implementation for fixing them
- LEGO® Java: Apache Camel Context and Route Basics – Camel offers you Java implementations of the EIPs that you can mix and match to get some functionality done, without having to construct the blocks yourself. If you are open and eager to learn new ways of building Java applications, let’s start with some practical Camel examples.
- Securing an Ubuntu Server « andrewault.net – In this post, we are going to meet the security challenge in with multi-pronged effort that will include: system analysis, changing settings for additional hardening against attack, installing a firewall maintenance system, scanning for rootkits, and offering a regular maintenance regimen.
- Oracle releases Java mobile development framework | Application Development – InfoWorld – Oracle has released a mobile client and associated framework, nearly two years in the making, to help developers quickly build Java applications for industrial mobile devices.
- The Canadian Press: Time Warner Cable launches iPad application that shows live TV in the home – Time Warner Cable Inc. is launching an iPad application that plays live TV, becoming the first cable company to do so
- Japan brings money home to rebuild | Reuters – Shaken by the prospect of nuclear meltdown after a devastating earthquake and tsunami, Japanese investors will dump overseas assets on Monday and bring their money home to help finance reconstruction
- Why I am not worried about Japan’s nuclear reactors. | Morgsatlarge – blogorific. – I am writing this text (Mar 12) to give you some peace of mind regarding some of the troubles in Japan, that is the safety of Japan’s nuclear reactors. Up front, the situation is serious, but under control
- Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Integration by Summa – At its core, SOA allows business application functions to be exposed as loosely coupled services to other applications (and vice versa), providing real time exchange of information using a standards-based approach
- Which Technology Should I Choose? | Summa Blog – You will rarely, if ever find a set of technologies that completely fits your needs. Be ready to make tradeoffs – a concession here, in favor of a significant advantage there. Making the best technology tradeoffs can put your application on the right path for a long time
- A simple example using the GWT SplitLayoutPanel with UiBinder | Giant Flying Saucer – I’m going to show how to easily use the GWT SplitLayoutPanel. If you haven't read my article on the DockLayoutPanel you might want to do that because in this article I will assume you have read that one first.
- Apple’s Safari browser embarrassed at Pwn2Own, hacked in 5 seconds | BGR – Google issued a challenge, promising $20,000 to any person or team that could crack Chrome on the conferences opening day, but the two teams scheduled to take a swing backed down.
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