Generate a self-signed SSL Certificate with OpenSSL | *.hosting – Occasionally it may be necessary to generate a self-signed SSL certificate. This could be for internal websites, or for other internal uses that may require secure encrypted network transmissions. We decided to post this guide for everyone to use, since using the guide as a reference may hopefully be useful to those of you out there
InfoQ: Re-thinking Lean Service – Taiichi Ohno discovered some counter-intuitive truths as he developed the Toyota System. Similar counter-intuitive truths wait to be discovered by leaders of service organisations. When they are understood and applied, service organisations' performance is transformed to levels that, to the current mind-set, would be considered unachievable.
sesawe.net – English – Sesawe is a global alliance dedicated to bringing the benefits of uncensored access to information to Internet users around the world
iPhone App Developers | PointAbout – PointAbout allows you to quickly mobilize the content you’re already publishing, like RSS & XML feeds, APIs and HTML content. Our AppMakr.com service builds native mobile applications in minutes instead of months, across multiple phone platforms without any ramp-up time and no need for proprietary programming expertise.
JD | Java Decompiler – The “Java Decompiler project” aims to develop tools in order to decompile and analyze Java 5 “byte code” and the later versions.
As the Nation’s Pulse Races, Obama Can’t Seem to Find His – If we can’t catch a Nigerian with a powerful explosive powder in his oddly feminine-looking underpants and a syringe full of acid, a man whose own father had alerted the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria, a traveler whose ticket was paid for in cash and who didn’t check bags, whose visa renewal had been denied by the British, who had studied Arabic in Al Qaeda sanctuary Yemen, whose name was on a counterterrorism watch list, who can we catch?
Grails – 1.2 Release Notes – SpringSource are pleased to announce the 1.2 release of the Grails web application development framework. Grails is a dynamic web application framework built on Java and Groovy, leveraging best of breed APIs from the Java EE sphere including Spring, Hibernate and SiteMesh
InfoQ: Whats New in Spring 3.0 – Arjen Poutsma reviews Spring Framework 2.5 and takes a look at Spring 3.0 – Java 5+, Spring Expression Language, REST support, Portlet 2.0, declarative model validation, early support for Java EE 6 – and the roadmap ahead.
Using Linux – Linux Administration Basics – Linode Library – This document presents a collection of common issues and useful tips for Linux system administration. Whether you're new to system administration or have been maintaining systems for some time, we hope these tips are helpful regardless of your background or choice in Linux distributions
JAX-WS 2.2/Metro 2.0/Java EE6/GlassFish V3 Released | Java.net – We are pleased to announce the release of JAX-WS 2.2 and JAX-WS 2.2 RI. RI is also included in Metro 2.0. As Metro 2.0 is bundled in GlassFish v3, you don't require any separate installation step. On the servlet containers like Tomcat, you follow the installation instructions in the bundle.
Java 5 dies – mourning a revolution – It is the 30th of October 2009, the day the music stopped. Or at least the music of Java 5. Today is the day that marks the End of Service for J2SE 5.0. No more general support or bug fixes for this edition. Time to move up to at least Java 6.
InfoQ: Apache POI 3.5 Released with OOXML Support – Apache have released version 3.5 of POI, the Java library for working with Microsoft's document formats. POI previously supported Microsoft's OLE2 compound document formats as used in Office 97-2003 (versions 8.0 – 11). With POI 3.5 Apache have added support for Microsoft's Office Open XML (OOXML) document standard, the default file format for Microsoft Office 2007.
Droid vs iPhone: The Comparison Chart [PIC] – Is it worth switching to if you already carry an iPhone or another device? To provide some guidance, BillShrink has produced a detailed chart looking at Droid, iPhone, Palm Pre, and MyTouch 3G
Gojko Adzic » Mockito in six easy examples – Mockito is a fantastic mock library for Java. I’m fascinated by how easy it is to use, compared to other things out there both in the Java and .NET world. Here is everything you need to know to get started in six really easy examples.
Ext Road Map – Our goals for 2008 are to continue improving the 2.x version line by adding new components and enhancing some of the existing areas of functionality in Ext as shown below. Looking ahead to 3.0, there are some big new areas that we'll be getting into. In a
Humanized > Our Products > Enso Launcher – Enso Launcher is designed to give you instant access to your applications and windows. With a few easily remembered keystrokes, you can launch an application, switch to a window by name, and control the state of your windows.
Martin Wolf : Advanced Java 5 Generics – Here's an article about a few of the more subtle aspects of Java 5 Generics. This is hardly the 1st article about this particular subject, but none of them explain it quite the way I would have wanted to see it when I was wrestling with this issue myself.
Mastering Grails: Build your first Grails application – Grails gives you the development experience of Rails while being firmly grounded in proven Java technologies. But Grails isn’t just a simple “me too” port of Rails to the Java. Grails takes the lessons learned from Rails and mixes them with Java.
Firefox DataAnalytics Help center – DataAnalytics is a Firefox extension that enables importation, manipulation, analysis and graphing of data. Often websites lock their information in static tables. Have you ever wanted to sort or manipulate a product list sorted by name by price?
Anyterm – SSH via web – Have you ever wanted SSH or telnet access to your system from an internet desert – from behind a strict firewall, from an internet cafe, or even from a mobile phone? Anyterm is a combination of a web page and a web server module that provides this access