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Java EE 8 JSRs Unanimously Approved!

The 7 JSRs submitted in August for Java EE 8 have been unanimously approved, with 24 'Yes' votes, by the JCP Executive Committee! The different Specification Leads are now starting to formally assemble their Expert Group (see instructions for joining the JCP). Show More Summary

One Experimental Possibility: Self-Organization from Component Teams to Feature Teams

If you are organized as platform team, middleware, and front-end teams, you have a  component team organization. That made sense at one point in your history. But if you are transitioning to agile or have transitioned, and if you want...Show More Summary

Great Lakes Software Symposium - Nov 14 - 16, 2014

No Fluff Just Stuff is pleased to announce the Great Lakes Software Symposium, Nov 14 - 16, 2014. Catch these Featured Sessions

MVC 1.0 (JSR 371) at JavaOne

In the early days... well... just a few weeks ago, the idea was to standardise MVC under the JAX-RS umbrella. At that time, we didn't think to submit a JavaOne proposal for a dedicated MVC session. But since then, a lot of things has...Show More Summary

The Danger of Point Solutions

The software development world has created several approaches to improving the work at the team level.  These include eXtreme Programming, Scrum, Kanban, Kanban Method amongst others.  While all of these solutions are based on some degree...Show More Summary

Meet the Java EE 8 Experts at JavaOne

During JavaOne, you will have many occasions to discuss with different Java EE Specification Leads or other key Java EE staff: Java EE Appreciation Event... and probably other J1 Parties! GlassFish Community Event Meet the Java EE Specification...Show More Summary

Enough With Defending Approaches

My banter on twitter about being unhappy with Scrum and the Kanban Method leaving things out is reasonably well known.  I very often exclaim that Scrum should be done within the context of lean (a 10+ year old rant) and that the Kanban Method must attend to teams (which it’s been deemed to be orthogonal too). Show More Summary

More Yak Shaving to Install Git Via MacPorts But With MacOS X Mavericks

After performing a fresh install of MacOS X Mavericks on two computers recently. Because of the reinstall of the OS, I also had to reinstall a bunch of other tools including git. In doing so, I realized that the configurations that I had in my old.bash_profile would no longer work correctly and so I had to update the location of a couple files. Show More Summary

JMS 2 Hands-on-Lab Video and Materials

I ran a virtual JMS 2 hands-on-lab on August 14th. Stephen Chin graciously hosted the lab through his excellent NightHacking virtual worldwide meetups. The goal of the lab was to give attendees some first-hand experience with the primary changes in JMS 2. Show More Summary

How to use Conway's Law for good and not evil

If you've been paying attention to our github repository you'll have noticed some noise around the following API additions to pyVmomi... SMS SPBM EAM These are all presently scheduled for the next major release of pyVmomi which is currently...Show More Summary

Java EE 7, JBoss, WildFly, Devoxx4Kids, and Parties at JavaOne 2014

JavaOne 2014 is about a week away although some of festivities will start next Friday! This is going to be my 16th JavaOne in as many years and I’ve really enjoyed participating in each one of them. As always, there is great contentShow More Summary

Cascading 3.0 WIP Now Supports Apache Tez

We are happy to announce that the latest Cascading 3.0 WIP now adds Apache Tez as a supported runtime platform. We are making this release available so interested parties can begin testing Tez deployments against existing Cascading applications. A...Show More Summary

Change is Learning: No Silver Bullets or Quick Fixes

Way back when I was a developer, my professors taught me structured design and design by contract. Those were supposed to be the silver bullets for programming.  You see, if you specified things enough, and structured things enough, everything would all work out. I thought I was the only idiot that structure and specification didn’t work for. Show More Summary

The Cascading 3.0 Query Planner

Cascading 1.0 when released, represented a huge milestone. An enterprise friendly Java API, not a syntax, and fail fast planner allowed developers to build robust, maintainable, data-oriented applications that could execute reliablyShow More Summary

Creating Enterprise Mobile App with Orchestrate Database and Appery.io Dev. Platform [Video]

This is a recording of the webinar we did with our friends from Orchestrate. This video shows how to build a Contacts mobile app in Appery.io connected to Orchestrate database. Here’s what’s covered: An overview of Orchestrate features...Show More Summary

Range Update – 2014-08-30

Dear Reader, Ignore this post, it is just for me to keep track of my progress. 15 Yards – 2 magazines   10 Yards – 2 Magazines   5 yards – 2 Magazines   10 yards – 2 magazines – Double Taps   5 yards – 3 Magazines Until next time, I

Why a JVM on a VM?

This morning during my workout-procrastinating flip through my twitter feed, I came across Thoughts on Five Years of Emerging Languages. It is a fairly quick read which takes an interesting angle on the rather pedestrian set of language features implemented in Go as outlined in this article. Show More Summary

The Reason The Internet Was Invented, or, Cat Pictures FTW

I’ll report about the SpringOne2GX conference soon, but I’m fighting a cold at the moment and the medication has put me in a rather bleary state. Thus, the following bit of random Groovy whimsy… In this post, I’ll use Groovy to access a publicly available RESTful web service, parse the downloaded data, and build a GUI to hold the resulting images. Show More Summary

Advise to Microsoft on Mojang and Minecraft

Microsoft bought Mojang for $2.5 billion, wow! Here is official press release by Microsoft. The game is extremely popular within 8-14 years of age range, but also within other ages, including adults, as well. The education communityShow More Summary

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