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Merry Christmas

Original post at Merry Christmas from Josh Holmes - dumpRandomThoughts() {...} Every year about this time I say to myself, why didn’t I put out a Christmas letter? I receive some from some amazing folks every year and every year, I think about and fail to reciprocate. Show More Summary

WildFly/JavaEE7 and MySQL linked on two Docker containers (Tech Tip #65)

Tech Tip #61 showed how to run Java EE 7 hands-on lab on WildFly Docker container. A couple of assumptions were made in that case: WildFly bundles H2 in-memory database. The Java EE 7 application uses the default database resource, which in case of WildFly, gets resolved to a JDBC connection to that in-memory database. Show More Summary

Five influencers you should thank this year for making the PHP community so awesome

Dear Reader, It is no surprise to anyone who has talked to me for more than five minutes that I think the PHP community is the most vibrant and engaging developer community out there. So as we approach the end of the year, I am going...Show More Summary

Batten down those Node dependency hatches

Dependency management is oftentimes a mundane subject. And it’s not much of a subject at all if you don’t depend on rapidly changing libraries. Of course, you might not always realize you’re depending on a rapidly changing library –Show More Summary

Projects status for Q4 2014

I'm presently allocated to several other vmware projects that are running up against hard deadlines in January 2015. Because of these resource constraints, I've been forced to remove the time lines from my other projects including the public GitHub facing projects. Show More Summary

Manage Your Project Portfolio is Featured in Colombia’s Largest Business Newspaper

Andy Hunt, the Pragmatic Bookshelf publisher, just sent me an email telling me that Manage Your Project Portfolio is featured in La República, Columbia’s “first and most important business newspaper.” That’s because getabstract liked it!   Okay, my book is below the fold. Show More Summary

Modular Java EE applications with OSGi (Hanginar #3)

This hanginar (#1, #2) with Paul Bakker (@pbakker) shows how to build modular Java EE applications. Learn all about: Why is it important to build modular Java EE applications? How OSGi enables modular applications? See bndtools plugin...Show More Summary

Team Competition is Not Friendly

I once worked in an organization where the senior managers thought they should motivate us, the team members. They decided to have a team competition, complete with prizes. I was working on a difficult software problem with a colleague on another team. Show More Summary

Scala: The language of agility?

I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a while now, and this post bidding farewell to Scala has prompted me to finally do it. In particular, this snippet from the first paragraph: But as soon as I started working in teams writing Scala, your immense syntax started drowning me. Show More Summary

AT&T Bootstrap Week: Learn How to Build a Complete HTML5/Hybrid App with

As part of AT&T Bootstrap Developer Week, I will be showing how to build a complete HTML5/hybrid mobile app with cloud platform. This is an excellent preparation for the AT&T Summit hackathon January 3-4, 2015. Topic LearnShow More Summary

Season's Greetings and Happy New Year from the GlassFish/Java EE Team!

On behalf of the GlassFish and Java EE team at Oracle I wish you and your family Season's Greetings and a very Happy New Year! I am very happy to say this has been yet another busy and eventful year for us. We finished the communityShow More Summary

PSA: Service Workers are Coming

IF YOU DO NOT RUN A SITE THAT HOSTS UNTRUSTED/USER-PROVIDED FILES OVER SSL/TLS, YOU CAN STOP READING NOW This post describes the potential amplification of existing risks that Service Workers bring for multi-user origins where the origin...Show More Summary

Patching Weld 3 in WildFly 8.2 – First Experimental RI of Java EE 8 (Tech Tip #63)

Java EE 8 is moving along and several new component JSRs have been filed. JSR 365 will define the specification for CDI 2.0. Red Hat has already started working on the implementation prototype in Weld 3 and Alpha3 was released recently. The...Show More Summary

JavaOne 2014: A Small Step in the Right Direction?

JavaOne 2014 San Francisco was held October 25 – 29. I think this was a particularly good year for JavaOne in many ways and it's certainly been a privilege to try to do justice to the crucial role of Java EE track lead (a role I took on for the first time this year). Show More Summary

The JVM Bytes: Pilot Post

Thanks to a recent talk by Heroku’s Joe Kutner, I got inspired to learn how to program on the JVM. I’m sure you’re thinking I’ve been doing just that for years with Java, Groovy, and Scala. However, I’ve yet to write straight to bytecode. Show More Summary

jUnit @Rule and Spring Caches

If you have worked a while with jUnit you may have seen jUnit Rules. Simply put, a field in a test class annotated with @Rule is a class that lets you execute some code […] The post jUnit @Rule and Spring Caches appeared first on Jayway.

jOOQ and how it relates to JDBC, Java EE, Hibernate, etc (Hanginar #2)

Following up from Hanginar #1, this latest hanginar with Lukas Eder (@lukaseder) share more details about jOOQ. Learn all about: What is jOOQ ? Why JOOQ when there is JDBC and JPA ? How does it fit with Java EE apps ? Does it uses underlying...Show More Summary

Java EE 7 Hands-on Lab on WildFly and Docker (Tech Tip #61)

Java EE 7 Hands-on Lab has been delivered all around the world and is a pretty standard application that shows design patterns and anti-patterns for a typical Java EE 7 application. It shows how the following technologies can be used...Show More Summary

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