Daily del.icio.us for June 24th through June 27th

Daily del.icio.us for May 16th through May 18th

Daily del.icio.us for January 18th

Daily del.icio.us for January 7th

  • alphaWorks Services | IBM Web Highlights | Overview – IBM Web Highlights is a social Web 2.0 application that allows quick creation, sharing, and discussion of Web snippets and Web pages. The snippets are in the form of highlights that can be independently created and then discussed between member.
  • Top 3 SSIS Dataflow Mistakes – Brian Knight – There’s an old saying that when you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. If the SSIS data flow is your hammer, too many people thing treat the components in the data flow like nails and don’t follow best traditional ETL practices
  • [Component] CForm v1.0 « Flexed – CForm is all about creating data entry screens. This component allows developers to create standardized forms/CRUD screens in their applications. The CForm component is a Data Entry component that can be very useful
  • Thin – A fast and simple web server « Marc-André Cournoyer?s blog – Thin is a web server that glues together 3 of the best Ruby libraries in web history: the Mongrel parser, Event Machine: a network I/O library with extremely high scalability, performance and stability and Rack
  • http://www.wallstreetandtech.com/printableArticle.jhtml?articleID=205100034 – The list of financial firms deploying Web 2.0 applications, both within the enterprise and externally, is growing. TD Ameritrade, Bear Stearns and Wells Fargo all have announced new 2.0 applications in the last few months.
  • Amazon?s EC2 Open Source Firefox Plugin – Developers using Amazon?s EC2 API might find this interesting: Amazon has created an open source project on SourceForge for ElasticFox, their Firefox extension that lets you create and manage EC2 instances from a GUI in the browser.
  • PragDave: Two New Groovy Titles – Just to prove we’re not totally Ruby-centric, we just took two books on Groovy into beta. Venkat has written Programming Groovy: Dynamic Productivity for the Java Developer, a wonderful introduction to the language. And Scott Davis complements it with Gr
  • Bruce Eckel: Java, Evolutionary Dead End – Bruce Eckel says that Java should not change much any more, that maybe “the right thing to do is just not add the feature at all (what fun is that?). That if you can’t do it right then maybe the language should stop growing and become stable.
  • The Myth of Stored Procedures Preference – Developer Pills – So with no pre-compilation and caching for both SPs and SQL statments there is no advantage for SPs here, in some other databases the SPs compiled into C or C++ but this isn’t the case in SQL Server 7.0/2000.
  • GWT Site » Getting started with GWT and Google Gears – Google Gears is a library that enables your web applications to work offline. Currently it consists of three modules: LocalServer for caching and serving up your web app resources (ie. html, javascript, images), a SQLite Database for storing offline data

Daily del.icio.us for Dec 23, 2007

  • BitNami :: BitNami Stacks – BitNami stacks make it incredibly easy to install your favorite open source software. Application stacks include an open source application and all the dependencies necessary to run it, such as Apache, MySQL and PHP or Ruby. All you need to do is download
  • Sriram Krishnan: Amazon SimpleDB – Technical Overview – Structured storage was one of the missing pieces in Amazon’s cloud services jigsaw puzzle (the other has to be the ability to host a site completely on EC2 without using dynamic DNS hacks) and Amazon is plugging that hole today with the launch of SimpleDB
  • Remember The Milk – Services / Remember The Milk for Gmail – Remember The Milk for Gmail is a Firefox extension that allows you to manage your tasks in Gmail (complete, postpone, and edit tasks), add new tasks (and connect them with your emails, contacts, and Google Calendar events), automatically add tasks for sta
  • Eventually Consistent – All Things Distributed – Recently there has been a lot of discussion about the concept of eventual consistency in the context of data replication. In this positing I would like to try to collect some of the principles and abstractions related to large scale data replication and t

Daily del.icio.us for May 13, 2007 through May 17, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Apr 06, 2007

  • Introduction to Spring 2 and JPA – This tutorial aims to guide you through the use and application of the Spring 2 framework in the shortest possible time using a pure and simple learn-by-coding approach. You will build a Web application from scratch, step-by-step, assisted by the Spring 2
  • An In-Depth Look at OpenJPA – Open JPA is a fully compliant, enterprise grade open-source JPA implementation suitable for production use. In this session, you will see how OpenJPA goes beyond the specification to include important features including caching, dynamic fetch group config
  • Security for GWT Applications – Google Web Toolkit | Google Groups – This article is a primer on JavaScript attacks, intended for GWT developers. The first portion describes the major classes of attacks against JavaScript in general terms that are applicable to any AJAX framework.
  • Ryan Stewart – Rich Internet Application Mountaineer » Building a Word Processor – Ajax vs. Flash – The Virtual Ubiquity blog has become one of my favorites. They?re doing a great job talking about the development process and it?s one of the best looks at the creation of a Rich Internet Application that I?ve seen.
  • Apache MINA (Multipurpose Infrastructure for Network Applications) – Apache MINA (Multipurpose Infrastructure for Network Applications) is a network application framework which helps users develop high performance and high scalability network applications easily
  • Freebase : Open, shared database of knowledge – Free + Database = Freebase. It’s about film, sports, politics, music, science and everything else all connected together. The goal is to build a massive, collaboratively-edited database of cross-linked data
  • Python as a First Language – What is important in the first courses in introductory computer science is giving them the best possible foundation of core principles and techniques that will allow them to adopt and adapt to the various languages they will confront in the real world.’

Daily del.icio.us for Feb 28, 2007 through Mar 01, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Feb 20, 2007 through Feb 21, 2007

Daily del.icio.us for Feb 19, 2007

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