Computing | Down on the server farm | Economist.com – One day soon, these “virtual machines” may migrate to wherever computing power is cheapest, or energy is greenest. Then computing will have become a true utility—and it will no longer be apt to talk of computing clouds, so much as of a computing atm
InfoQ: Integrate Flex with Spring Framework – A key to project success is creating an architecture that new developers can rapidly integrate themselves into and begin to be productive on day 1. Flex with Spring, iBATIS, & Cairngorm help me to quickly produce a patterned- based, repeatable architectur
Twitter Technology Blog: Twittering About Architecture – Twitter is, fundamentally, a messaging system. Twitter was not architected as a messaging system, however. For expediency's sake, Twitter was built with technologies and practices that are more appropriate to a content management system
About – XML Hammer – The XML Hammer application is a free and open-source tool that simplifies elementary XML actions like checking for well-formedness, validation, transformation and xpath searches using any JAXP implementation.
Novell, Red Hat upgrade Linux offerings – LinuxWorld – Novell released SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 Service Pack 2 (SP2), while Red Hat shipped Version 5.2 of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Both vendors added improvements on the desktop and the server. There were many areas of overlap, especially with virtualization.
InfoQ: Top 10 Mistakes when building Flex Applications – In this post, Adobe’s James Ward teams up with InfoQ.com to bring you another Flex Top 10 (our most recent Flex Top 10). Flex is an open source application development framework for building rich Internet applications that run in the web with Flash Play
InfoQ: IntelliJ IDEA Supports Flex Development – JetBrains' IntelliJ IDEA is one of Java developers' the most favorite development IDEs. The recent IntelliJ IDEA 7.0.3 release includes some new features supports Flex application development. To understand how Flex RIA developers can utilize InitelliJ's
IntelliJ IDEA Blog » Blog Archive » Type Renderers – I’d like to tell you about one of the IntelliJ IDEA features – type renderers. They provide you the ability to customize how objects are displayed in the debugger, offering “logic-oriented” presentation of data vs. structure-oriented as it is by def
Cloud Security: Where is Your Computer Today? – A new blog that launched last week–Cloud Security–is devoted to looking at the security issues of cloud computing, which encompasses grid computing, utility computing, software as a service, storage in the cloud, and virtualization
Cloud Computing. Available at Amazon.com Today. – Key in your Amazon ID and password and behold: a data center's worth of computing power carved into megabyte-sized chunks and wired straight to your desktop. Clones of that HP tower cost 10 cents per hour — 10 cents!
For AT&T, U-Verse Is Picking Up Steam – GigaOM – UBS’s John Hodulik, one of the best telecom analysts, has pegged AT&T as his top pick for this earnings seasons and is expecting some good tidings from Ma Bell. What caught my eye in his note was the progress made by AT&T’s IPTV effort, U-Verse.
SaveTheDevelopers.org :: Making The Web A Better Place – Say no to IE 6! Our current campaign focuses on assisting users in upgrading their Internet Explorer 6 web browser. This campaign will result in former IE 6 users having a more enjoyable experience on the web while (hopefully) creating a less stressful an
Save the Developers! Stop Using Internet Explorer 6 – There is a scourge on the Web. It is called Internet Explorer 6. Even though IE7 has been around for more than two years, IE6 still represents 31% of all browsers out there (versus only 22 % for IE7 and 36.5 % for Firefox).
The ’80s Video That Pops Up, Online and Off – New York Times – For rickrolling, the duck was replaced with the 20-year-old Astley video, and in the last year it has become a hugely successful “meme,” the Internet’s word for an idea repeated across the Web. The video from yougotrickrolled.com has been viewed mor
ETL for Free-Form Data – SQL Server Central – Would you like to learn a handy little process for extracting, transforming and loading data fields from a free-form source like a web page or word processing document into something structured like a staging table?
Asynchronous HTTP and Comet architectures – Java World – In this article, Gregor Roth takes a wider view of asynchronous HTTP, explaining its role in developing high-performance HTTP proxies and non-blocking HTTP clients, as well as the long-lived HTTP connections associated with Comet.
InfoQ: Spring 2 and Beyond – Spring 2.0 takes POJO-based development to a new level of sophistication. The themes of Spring 2.0 are simplicity and power: it makes existing tasks even easier, while extending the power of Spring to new areas. In this session,
craiger’s .plan : A case for iBatis – iBatis on the other hand is the working man?s ORM. In fact, I think I like it because I (and probably you) have created something similar back in the day before all these formalized ORMs. It simply and elegantly maps your sql results to an object of you
Universal Map Implementation – I worked late this long week-end to improve the implementation of Javolution high-performance FastMap . But finally, I believe that I got it! The “Swiss Knife/Universal /Holy Grail” map for developers! But judge for yourself
And The Fastest Growing Web Framework Is… – As Matt Raible points out, you can significantly change the results of this graph by changing the search terms . For example “Spring” and “Struts” show that Spring is apparently leading all versions of Struts.
Virtual Iron goes 4.0 – Virtual Iron has been chipping away at the lower end of the virtualization market for two years now, steadily adding features in a bid to appeal to those businesses for whom VMware’s enterprise offerings are too pricey and feature-laden
Ted On Flex: FXWidget part 2 – the goal of FXWidget is to keep everything self contained and reduce adding an element of Flex on any webpage by adding a simple DIV.
Emerging Architect Roles – Stephan Schwab – What is exactly software architecture? Do we really need it? Why have we only recently been discussing it? Is there suddenly a contagious fever about software architecture infecting those who claim to be architects? Who are they actually:
WebLogic Event Server Administration with wlshell – This tutorial shows how to perform BEA WebLogic Event Server (WLEvS) administration with wlshell. WLEvS exposes management operations through a standard JMX interface, including dynamic configuration of Event Processing Language (EPL)
prefuse | interactive information visualization toolkit – Prefuse supports a rich set of features for data modeling, visualization, and interaction. It provides optimized data structures for tables, graphs, and trees, a host of layout and visual encoding techniques, and support for animation,