- Build a Spatial JEE6 Application with JAX-RS, CDI, and MongoDB | OpenShift by Red Hat – The series that started with MongoDB and spatial point data now has a web service in Python, Node.JS, and Ruby Sinatra. Now we will take that same web service and port it to JEE6 with JBoss EAP 6 on Openshift. The two primary concepts this post will demonstrate are JAX-RS for making REST type web services and CDI for carrying out simple context dependency injection.
- RoboVM – Develop iPhone and iPad Apps in Java with RoboVM – The RoboVM compiler translates Java bytecode into native ARM or x86 code. Apps run directly on the CPU. No interpreter or virtual machine involved.
- Gartner Says Business Intelligence and Analytics Need to Scale Up to Support Explosive Growth in Data Sources – By 2015, 65 percent of packaged analytic applications with advanced analytics will come embedded with Hadoop.
- Adrian Cockcroft on Architecture for the Cloud – In this interview we talk with Adrian Cockcroft, the architect for Netflix’s cloud systems team. We discuss how Netflix combines 300 loosely coupled services across 10,000 machines. An interesting revelation is that they fully embrace continuous delivery and each team is allowed to deploy new versions of their service whenever they want.
- Programming language trends – 2012 review | Jobs Tractor – PHP and Java up on top with over 12k jobs each and very little distance between them. Objective C is next up but below 10k jobs at around 9k in total. As we get to number 4 (SQL) we're already close to 5k which shows just how much Java and PHP are dominating the stats. Android skills came in at number 5 with close to half the number of jobs which had been listed for Objective C
- nealford.com • Why Everyone (Eventually) Hates (or Leaves) Maven – Maven is perfect for starting new projects: it ensures consistency and provides a huge bang for the buck in terms of already existing functionality. But because something starts strong doesn’t mean that it scales well (in fact, almost always the opposite is true). The real trick is to use Maven until the day it starts fighting you, then find an alternative
- Getting Started with Django – "Getting Started with Django" (or GSWD) is a series of video-based lessons meant to take you from novice to competent, or maybe even beyond.
- How to Secure SSH with Google Authenticator’s Two-Factor Authentication – How-To Geek – Want to secure your SSH server with easy-to-use two-factor authentication? Google provides the necessary software to integrate Google Authenticator’s time-based one-time password (TOTP) system with your SSH server. You’ll have to enter the code from your phone when you connect
- Spring Framework 3.2 – Themes and Trends – YouTube – Join Juergen Hoeller, Chris Beams and Rossen Stoyanchev to learn about the 3.2 generation of the Spring Framework. They will discuss the fine-tuned Java 7 support, container optimizations, and first-class support for asynchronous web request processing.
- JPA 2.1 Implementation – EclipseLink M6 integrated in GlassFish 4 (TOTD #195) (Arun Gupta, Miles to go …) – JPA 2.1 is implemented in EclipseLink and the status shows that a decent progress is made. EclipseLink Milestone builds shows the dates when milestones are released. It typically takes a few days for the milestone to be integrated in GlassFish 4 after the release.
Links for January 20th through January 24th