- Java development 2.0: Climb the Elastic Beanstalk – Andrew Glover's guided tour of Beanstalk starts with a location-based mobile application (built using the Play framework and MongoDB), which he then ports to the Beanstalk environment
- Spring Roo 1.1.2 Released | SpringSource.org – We're pleased to announce the release of Spring Roo 1.1.2 (download here). Spring Roo is a rapid application development tool for Java, allowing you to create full enterprise applications in just minutes
- Alex talks about Java Technology: Du Erkennst Mich Nicht Wieder Unerkannt Bin Ich Die halbe Nacht Noch Um Die Häuser Gerannt – JUnit 4 has many features, which can be considered "hidden". I am sure that developers that always read JUnit changelogs will know some of these features, but for those who don't read changelogs, I am going to discover them
- Using the Active Directory from Java (AD Window Server 2008) « Blog AgileWorks – Integrate SpringLDAP with Active Directory
- You Win, RIM! (An Open Letter To RIM’s Developer Relations) – So, my dear RIM, primary supporter of my local economy, I bid you adieu. You have succeeded in your quest of driving away a perfectly willing developer from your platform
- GWT Event Bus Basics | JetBrains TV – This screencast explains why MVC applications benefit from an event bus, and it demonstrates how to create, wire, and respond to events in Google Web Toolkit (GWT)
- Donald Farmer Leaves MS for Qliktech / QlikView « PowerPivotPro – Donald Farmer, who has literally been the public face and personality of Microsoft Business Intelligence for many years now, is leaving Microsoft and going to what some people think is PowerPivot’s biggest competition: Qliktech, aka Qlikview.
- Amazon Web Services Blog: AWS CloudFormation – Create Your AWS Stack From a Recipe – Our newest creation is called AWS CloudFormation. Using CloudFormation, you can create an entire stack with one function call. The stack can be comprised of multiple Amazon EC2 instances, each one fully decked out with security groups, EBS (Elastic Block Store) volumes, and an Elastic IP address
- Google Font Directory – The Google Font Directory lets you browse all the fonts available via the Google Font API. All fonts in the directory are available for use on your website under an open source license and are served by Google servers
- An iPad lovers review of Motorola Xoom — Scobleizer – For the past few days I’ve had a Motorola Xoom. I accepted a loaner because I wanted to prove that it would suck next to an iPad. One problem: I’m falling in love with it.
- Sencha Labs releases open source framework for WebGL development – Sencha Labs has announced the availability of a new open source framework for WebGL development. The framework, which is called PhiloGL, makes it easier for developers to adopt WebGL and integrate its functionality in Web applications
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