- JUnit Testing Spring Service and DAO (with In-Memory Database) – Java Code Geeks – This post describes how to implement JUnit tests for a Spring Web Application's Services and DAO. It is built on top of the Spring MVC-Service-DAO-Persistence Architecture Example. This example is available from Github in the Spring-Web-JPA-Testing directory.
- Red Hat’s Next Steps for JBoss App Server | Architects Zone – To meet these needs we’re announcing an ambitious next phase for our application server strategy and the JBoss EAP application server, a technology collaboration with 10gen and their MongoDB database, and exciting changes to our community projects you can vote on.
- Eventing with Spring Framework | Yohan Liyanage – So in conclusion, Spring does provide a decent eventing mechanism which is quite useful for implementing eventing support in applications.
- Prezi’s CTO on how to remain a lean startup after 4 years – Peter Halacsy, CTO of Prezi, spoke today at DevOps Days in Rome about the evolution of the company in the past 4 years as a lean startup. He discussed how embracing failure is the only way to grow and improve the business. This principle affected all aspects of the company, from its structure to people recruitment, responsibility, technology stack and mostly the culture.
- vFabric GemFire Fundamentals – VMware vFabric GemFire is a distributed data management platform providing dynamic scalability, high performance, and database-like persistence. This 2.5 hour eLearning training introduces you to GemFire Enterprises 6.5.
- ReportPlus: Create and Access Dashboards, Reports from an iPad – ReportPlus is a dashboard and reporting tool for the iPad. Developed by Infragistics, it enables you to connect to any data source directly and securely with an intuitive user interface.
- Wait, DevTools could do THAT? Tips and tricks for performance minded – Wait, DevTools could do THAT? Tips and tricks for performance minded
- High Scalability – High Scalability – LinkedIn Moved from Rails to Node: 27 Servers Cut and Up to 20x Faster – Ryan Paul has written an excellent behind-the-scenes look at LinkedIn’s mobile engineering. While the mobile part of the story–23% mobile usage; focus on simplicity, ease of use, and reliability; using a room metaphor; 30% native, 80% HTML; embedded lightweight HTTP server; single client-app connection–could help guide your mobile strategy, the backend effects of moving from Rails to Node.js may also prove interesting.
- Why you’d be stupid to bet against HTML5 | TechRepublic – Although HTML5’s credentials as a mobile development platform have been called into question, here’s why it is set to play a key role as the basis for mobile apps.
- Google Refine, a power tool for working with messy data (formerly Freebase Gridworks) – Google Refine is a power tool for working with messy data, cleaning it up, transforming it from one format into another, extending it with web services, and linking it to databases like Freebase.
- SOA Service Design Cheat Sheet | Javalobby – This simple cheat sheet contains all the key goals, principals and design patterns that you should be aware of when designing SOA services and contains helpful links to places where you can find more in-depth information on each topic.
- Java test frameworks overview: Cucumber JVM, Fest 2.x, catch-exception – When Cucumber is a really BIG thing, FEST 2.x and catch-exception are small libraries that make life easier. There are much more tools like that. The most heavily used framework by me is Mockito. I can’t really imagine unit tests without it.
Links for October 2nd through October 5th