- Using the HTML5 Canvas Element with the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) | Giant Flying Saucer – With the release of the Google Web Toolkit 2.2 (GWT) they added experimental support for the HTML5 Canvas element. Looking over their sample application I was able to craft my own demo
- IBatis (MyBatis): Handling Joins: Advanced Result Mapping, Association, Collections, N+1 Select Problem | Javalobby – This tutorial will walk you through how to setup iBatis (MyBatis) in a simple Java project and will present examples using advanced result mapings, how to hadle mappings with association, collections, n+1 problem
- Introducing Spring Social’s Service Provider Framework | SpringSource Team Blog – The most significant new feature in Spring Social 1.0.0.M2 is the introduction of a Service Provider "Connect" framework. Today I want to introduce you to this framework and show you how to use it to manage "connections" to SaaS providers.
- Spring 3.1 Cache support. @Cacheable in Spring. Spring Caching supports | ViralPatel.net – Spring Framework provides support for transparently adding caching into an existing Spring application. Similar to the transaction support, the caching abstraction allows consistent use of various caching solutions with minimal impact on the code.
- Codesion – Has Git Killed Subversion & CVS? – Video killed the radio star, and the Internet killed both. Many believe Git is on it’s way to killing Subversion (which all but killed CVS), but let’s let the numbers speak for themselves
- The new and improved Java.net – After years of serving as a critical resource for Java developers, Java.net has gotten a major facelift.
- InfoQ: Forrester’s Top Technology Trends: Mobile Collaboration and Process-Centric Data & Intelligence – Mobile collaboration and process-centric data & business intelligence are among Forrester's top technology trends. Gene Leganza, Principal Analyst at Forrester, spoke last month about the top 15 technology trends that Enterprise Architecture (EA) professionals should watch for in next three year
- Tutorial: a Vaadin Application on Google App Engine in 5 Minutes – In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create your very first Vaadin web application, how to run it on a local AppEngine development server and how to deploy it to the Google App Engine
- 10 Features You Need When Creating Interactive HTML Prototypes [In Pictures] | Javalobby – Drop your pencil and start creating real and interactive web and mobile HTML prototypes using Tiggr. Tiggr is Web-based, so there is nothing to install
- Setting up a Cassandra Cluster in Under 2 Minutes :: myNoSQL – You’d imagine setting up a cluster would be a complex task, but having one up and running in less than 2 minutes that’s something
- InfoQ: Adopting the JVM – Ola Bini offers advice to those interested in using the JVM with languages other than Java, talking about language interoperability, polyglot patterns, build tools, tweaking the JVM, and JVM tools.
- Google extensions could aid Java security | Security Central – InfoWorld – Borrowing a technique from Eiffel, Google is adding Design-By-Contract functionality to Java to protect it against buffer overflow attacks
- Motorola’s big plans to fix Android’s security woes | Mobile security – InfoWorld – Execs confirm plans to develop APIs for the missing capabilities, letting Android devices match the security level of BlackBerrys and iPhones
- Saudi King to buy Facebook for $150 billion to end the revolt: Goldman Sachs to advise | Dawn Wires: World News 2.0 – Saudi King to buy Facebook for $150 billion to end the revolt: Goldman Sachs to advise – It's The Onion Material without the Onion 🙂
- Berkshire Hathaway Inc – Warren Buffett gives his verdict on the economy and the investment outlook – The prophets of doom have overlooked the all-important factor that is certain: Human potential is far from exhausted, and the American system for unleashing that potential – a system that has worked wonders for over two centuries despite frequent interruptions for recessions and even a Civil War – remains alive and
- Singapore Leads the Good Life Under a Benevolent Dictator – Singapore has achieved the American dream, but not in the American way. It is a prosperous, clean city, with imposing skyscrapers and glittering shopping centers. The multinational corporations of the world are welcome here; you can buy any brand name you've ever heard of. The highways are lined with tropical flowers and crowded with BMWs. And at the head of this thriving free-market state is a clever, socialist dictator.
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