- Stevey’s Blog Rants: Code’s Worst Enemy – Bill Gates, Dave Thomas, Martin Fowler and James Duncan Davidson have independently reached the same conclusion: namely, that bloat is the worst thing that can happen to code. But they all got there via painful things happening to them.
- Coding Horror: Size Is The Enemy – Remember: size really is the enemy. Right after ourselves, of course.
- coding, by Derek Young: Java coding decisions I struggle with – Little coding decisions come up again and again with any project, and they?re not new. You?ll write code more efficiently if you think about these decisions and decide The Right Way to solve them
- Meera Subbarao’s Java Blog: EJB 3.0 and 4 different Application Servers – Good, bad or ugly. – I wrote a simple, really simple Stateless Session Bean with one method in it and published it as a web service to JBoss, WebLogic,Glassfish and Oracle AS. It’s up to you to decide which ones are good, bad, and ugly.
- Farata Systems » A dozen of 2008 predictions – The year of 2007 was a good one. The IT job market was stable. While there were no any revolutionary changes in the ways software was developed, I believe that this was a year of rich Internet applications and Web 2.0. What?s the next big thing in IT?
- Ext JS Blog – » Ext Rises in Popularity – The exciting news is that the Ext framework, for the first time, was added to the list and in it?s first year demonstrated it?s popularity. Of the 2,619 respondents, 22.5% were using the Ext framework ranking it 3rd overall.
- http://www.wallstreetandtech.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=204204063 – By leveraging predictive analytics and pattern analysis technologies, financial services firms are able to understand their customers, their operations and their markets in greater detail. Perhaps more important, they are able to identify and react to tre
- 2008 IT Budgets Up More Than 10% for Financial Services Firms by Wall Street & Technology – If the confidence of financial services firms was shaken by this year’s subprime mortgage lending crisis, it certainly isn’t reflected in their IT budgets for 2008, judging by a survey of securities firms, banks conducted by Wall Street & Technology