- OAuth 2.0 leader resigns, says standard is ‘bad’ | Internet & Media – CNET News – The standard grew too far away from its roots as a simple Web authentication technology, author Eran Hammer-Lahav says, and now is insecure and overly broad.
- Keynote: MythBusters 2.0 – Mission Critical Cloud Computing @ NASA – Khawaja Shams presents how NASA’s JPL uses cloud computing, and evaluates some of the existing cloud computing myths in the MythBusters style.
- easyCriteria | A JPA Criteria Helper – Easy criteria is a tool that will help any developer to create a JPA Criteria without the verbose JPA Criteria default code!
- ocpsoft/rewrite – Rewrite GWT Integration – This enables the HTML5 History.pushState(…) support in your application, which will now use pretty/URLs whenever possible instead of the '#' anchor tag with 'name=value' pairs. Note that you must modify your place tokenization to process the new information.
- 7 Quality Principles we can learn from the big Tech Companies | The Codovation Blog – Out of these findings we collected from several blogs, articles and interviews with (former) employees of these companies we extracted 7 principles all of these companies seem to follow.
- Adobe PhoneGap 2.0 Released at 2nd Annual PhoneGap Day – Popular Open Source Mobile Development Framework Gets Upgrades Including Improved Plugin Support, Embeddable Webviews, Command Line Tooling and more
- Java EE vs Spring Framework – This session compares the Spring and Java EE stacks in terms of Web frameworks. It re-examines the motivations behind the Spring framework and explores the emergence of the Java EE programming model to meet the challenges posed. The presentation provides insight into when Spring and/or Java EE is appropriate for a building Web applications and if they can coexist.
- NILFS: A File System to Make SSDs Scream | Linux Magazine – The 2.6.30 kernel is chock full of next-gen file systems. One such example is NILFS, a new log-structured file system that dramatically improves write performance.
- Expanding The Cloud – High Performance I/O Instances for Amazon EC2 – All Things Distributed – The hi1.4xlarge has 8 cores and 60.5GB of memory. Most importantly it has 2 SSDs of 1 TB each and a 10 Gb/s Ethernet NIC that using placement groups can be directly connected to other High I/O instances.
- Java Sequential IO Performance | Architects Zone – For most IO I've found the use of ByteBuffers and Channels to be the best optimised parts of the IO libraries. If buffered streams are your IO libraries of choice, then it is worth branching out and and getting familiar with the sub-classes of Channel and Buffer.
- Effective Mockito Part 3 « EclipseSource Blog – In this post I want to show you how to use Mockito’s spy mechanism to eliminate testing troubles with third party libraries.
- SubGit – Safe Svn to Git Migration – SubGit is a smooth Svn to Git migration. Install once on the server side and use both Subversion and Git as long as you like.
- 11 OPEN NoSQL Document-Oriented Databases | Architects Zone – A document-oriented database is a designed for storing, retrieving, and managing document-oriented, or semi structured data. Document-oriented databases are one of the main categories of NoSQL databases. The central concept of a document-oriented database is the notion of a Document.
- SQLDirector is a MS SQL as a Service (SaaS) solution for the private cloud. @jeff_stanlick – SQLDirector provides a full-featured MS SQL Database as a service experience in your on-premise or remote data center. SQLDirector is available as a virtual or physical appliance.
- CloudStack Now Offers MongoDB as a Service | Cloud Zone – ScaleGrid, Inc (http://www.scalegrid.net), a Seattle-based startup, is announcing this week the public availability of MongoDirector, an end-to-end lifecycle management solution for MongoDB. MongoDirector provides a "single pane of glass" to manage MongoDB deployments allowing for simplified and automated MongoDB lifecycle management on both VMware vCenter and CloudStack.
- How AppFog Built a PaaS around CloudFoundry – Jeremy Voorhis introduces PaaS and CloudFoundry, then explains how AppFog built their own PaaS on top of CloudFoundry.
Links for July 23rd through July 27th