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Hibernate team au ParisJUG

Some of the Hibernate team members all gather together next week in Paris. If you are around, come join us for a Questions & Answers session at the ParisJUG. It’s Tuesday December 2nd 2015 at 19:30. We will discuss anything Hibernate,...Show More Summary

Docker Multi-Host Networking with Couchbase and WildFly

Docker Multi-Host networking allows you to create virtual networks and attach containers to them so you can create the network topology that is right for your application. This blog will show how to use it with Docker Compose. CRUD Java...Show More Summary

Configure Couchbase Docker Container using REST API

Couchbase Docker image is published at The easiest way to start this image is: docker run -d -p 8091:8091 couchbase/server 8091 is the network port used by Couchbase Web Console for REST traffic. Complete set of ports are documented at Couchbase Network Configuration. Show More Summary

Exchanging money for talent

Dear Reader, [None of what I say here should be construed as me being unhappy with my current job. :) It arose from a conversation I’ve had in the not too distant past.]   Today I tweeted this out.   Developers, all companies have to offer you is money. Remember this, they NEED your talents. […] The post Exchanging money for talent appeared first on Postcards From My Life.

Reusing Spring Boot’s Dependency Management

If you develop a Spring Boot application and are using Gradle, you have already used the Spring Boot Gradle plugin. It serves several different purposes such as packaging your project to an executable jar […] The post Reusing Spring Boot’s Dependency Management appeared first on Jayway.

2015 Duke’s Choice Award Winners Announced

The incredible amount of innovation that uses and builds upon standard Java/EE technologies is one the most important factors that keeps our ecosystem so uniquely strong. The annual Duke's Choice Awards is a small way of recognizing and encouraging such innovation. Show More Summary

Why web services are a mess

I smile when I hear younger programmers talk about Web services; but my smile is a smile of sadness - because what I am thinking is that they don't know what they are missing. They don't know just how broken things are.A colleague of mine recently had to implement a Web app that accesses a set of REST services running in another Web service. Show More Summary

Learn How to Build a Mobile App Without Writing a Single Line of Code

In this webinar you will learn how to build a complete mobile app without writing a single line of code. This video tutorial covers: Using a plugin that provides the following: Login and registration pages. A page where the signed in user can add any items to the database. Show More Summary

Attach Shell to Docker container

Often there is a need to attach a shell to an already running Docker container. This is very useful, especially for debugging. This blog will explain how to attach a shell to an already running Docker container. So let’s say you runShow More Summary

CRUD Java Application with Couchbase, Java EE and WildFly

Couchbase is an open-source, NoSQL, document database. It allows to access, index, and query JSON documents while taking advantage of integrated distributed caching for high performance data access. Developers can write applications to Couchbase using different languages (Java, Go,.NET, Node, PHP, Python, C) multiple SDKs. Show More Summary

2015 JCP Award Winners Announced

An open standard like Java EE involves a lot of hard work from a lot of different groups of people. The hard work of these people, largely selflessly, benefit countless Java developers. For specification leads the work in the JCP is often far beyond just a job. Show More Summary

Creating Great Estimates as a Team

I’ve been teaching workshops these last few weeks. A number of the participants think that they need to create great estimates. I keep hearing, “I have to create accurate estimates. My team needs my estimate to be accurate.” I have found that the smaller the work, the better the estimate. Show More Summary

Linux Mint 17.2 on a fancy pants Dell XPS 15 9550

items you need before you start:usb mouseUSB 3 to Ethernet adapter (recommend or trendnet TU3-ETG) or usb wifi adapter supported oob by linuxLinuxMint 17.2 loaded on a flash drive via 'create bootable usb drive'patience :)I got the chance to get my hands on a new Dell XPS 15 9550, model 10000SLV. Show More Summary

7 Days of PHP 7: Day 2

Dear Reader, This is part of my “7 Days of PHP 7”. Today is “2 days left”. Today, I want to highlight my talk PHP7: The Big 5 + 1. I’ve given it to several User Groups around the US and even in Europe. I also gave it for the Nomad PHP US Chapter. Today, as […] The post 7 Days of PHP 7: Day 2 appeared first on Postcards From My Life.

7 Days of PHP 7 – The Complete Collection

Dear Reader, PHP 7 was originally supposed to be released today, November 12th, 2015. The Core developers weren’t comfortable releasing it just yet so they pushed the date back to November 26th, 2015. That’s fine, we all appreciate their diligence. Show More Summary

Docker, Kubernetes, and Microservices Replay from Devoxx 2015

Java gives us Write Once Run Anywhere (WORA) because of the common abstraction provided by Java Virtual Machine. The binary byte code produced by Java is understood by the JVM running on multiple operating systems. This allows Java code to run on any operating system. Show More Summary

Challenge the Lies You Live

I will start right out that I am a believer in best practices. I know several that work 100% of the time and many that work most of the time. One that works all of the time? Treat people with respect. One that works almost all of time? Make...Show More Summary

Learn How to Expose a Relational (SQL) Database via REST APIs to Build a Mobile App

Quickly learn how to expose a relational database via REST APIs. In this video you will learn: How to connect to an external SQL database How to expose the database via REST APIs How to test the REST APIs How to create a custom service...Show More Summary

Three Areas the Agile Community Has Missed the Boat

In the 17 years I've been involved in Agile software development, there have three areas that are key to success that have been somewhat ignored by much of the Agile community. These are in the areas of complexity, transition and learning. Show More Summary

Java EE @ Devoxx Belgium

As you can see from the following outline, Java EE will have again a strong presence at Devoxx this week in Antwerp - Belgium. Reza and myself will be around, we will have the opportunity to meet you? Monday Nov. 9 Java EE 7 in Action Reza...Show More Summary

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