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New book: "Web Development with Java and JSF"

During JavaLand, I had the pleasure to meet Michael Müller. Michael is well known in the German Java sphere as he wrote numerous articles for various IT medias. In addition, Michael is an avid JSF user and a JSF EG member. Michael is currently writing a book titled "Web Development with Java and JSF". Show More Summary

Beloved Duboce Triangle Coffeeshop Shutters This Weekend

The last day for Jumpin Java on Noe will be March 28. [ more › ]

Forge Powered Java EE Rapid Application Development Comes to NetBeans!

Forge has been a great tool for Rapid Application Development (RAD) with Java EE (for sake of nostalgia it is basically the descendant of the awesome seam-gen tool of the Java EE 5 era). As powerful as Forge is, one of it's drawbacks had been that it is very heavily command-line driven with many commands and sub-commands to learn. Show More Summary

180 Amsterdam Tests Stoners for Moyee Coffee

In an effort to show that their city should be known for its coffee just as much as its coffee shops (pretty tall order), 180 Amsterdam has unveiled a new campaign for java brand Moyee that’s aimed squarely at those with a tendency to...Show More Summary

Java Web App Architecture In Takes Framework

Takes is a pure object-oriented and immutable Java web framework that turns the design and development of web applications into a pleasant and fun process

Why hasn't Scala made greater in-roads into fintech?

An interview with Dave Pollak - creator of the Lift Framework, and arguably, the first significant Scala forker - on why this hugely versatile language never gained the traction of Java.

Minecraft Modding Course at Elementary School – Teach Java to Kids

Cross posted from Exactly two years ago, I wrote a blog on Introducing Kids to Java Programming using Minecraft. Since then, Devoxx4Kids has delivered numerous Minecraft Modding workshops all around the world. Show More Summary

Beautiful JavaScript editors

I spent some time over the last couple of weeks surveying the amazing collection of Medium-like editors written in JavaScript. All open source, some very good. It's just amazing to see the collective energy and ambition of the JavaScript community. Show More Summary

Why Starbucks chief Howard Schultz put himself at the center of America’s race debate

When Starbucks this week announced its "Race Together" campaign, the java giant triumphed that the idea "began with one voice": that of Howard Schultz, its chief executive, chairman and guiding billionaire. "As racially-charged tragedies unfolded in communities across the country, [Schultz] didn't remain a silent bystander," the company wrote. Show More Summary

BMW M4 Coupe Pyrite Brown Edition

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Noted for its exotic police vehicles, Abu Dhabi is also home to one of BMW’s busiest dealerships. From the striped 335i M Performance Edition to the flashy M6 Gran Coupe Java Green, BMW Abu Dhabi rolled out an unprecedented number of bespoke cars throughout 2014. Show More Summary

Starbucks Is Giving You a New Way to Cool Down Starbucks (SBUX) is introducing cold-brewed iced coffee at more than 2,800 stores by month's end. The java giant tested the product in Boston and San Francisco last year, and it will now expand it through select locations...Show More Summary

Java EE Container Lifecycle

Java EE defines different component/container models with their own well-defined lifecycle. Understanding the lifecycle of those different component/container might sometime be useful. Having some visibility on component lifecycle is also useful with applications that use different types of components (e.g. Show More Summary

Java: A memory leak caused by dynamic creation of log4j loggers

At the company I work for, we had a situation where a highly loaded server that was handling several thousands requests per second consumed memory increasingly, and after about 30 days, it would become unusable and required a restart.By looking at our monitoring tools, we concluded it was clearly

Indonesia To Call Off Search For AirAsia Flight #8501 Crash Victims; 56 People Still Missing

JAKARTA, March 18 (Reuters) - Indonesia will on Sunday end a search for the bodies of 56 people missing from an AirAsia jet that crashed in the Java Sea in December, a national rescue agency official said. AirAsia flight QZ8501 lostShow More Summary

Bringing a dose of modernity to Java EE Security: Expert Group forms for JSR 375

A quick update on the Java EE front this morning, after David Delabasse confirmed in an Aquarium blog post this morning that the Expert Group (EG) for JSR 375 – the Java EE Security API, geared at overhauling and modernising EE security API portability and simplicity – has now been established. Show More Summary

Java IO Benchmark: Quasar vs. Async ForkJoinPool vs. managedBlock

How do Async ForkJoinPool, managedBlock and Quasar perform in an IO scenario?

Templating in the MVC JSR

One of the underlying requirements of the JSR 371 was to not re-invent any VDL (View Declaration/Definition Language) because the Java EE Platform already provides that capability in 2 different forms, i.e. JSP and Facelets. In addition,...Show More Summary

Java EE 7 Hands-on-Lab Updated for You to Use!

The official Java EE 7 Hands-on-Lab is an excellent learning resource. It was initiated by my former colleague Arun Gupta (now at Red Hat). The lab starts with some skeleton code (that's mostly Java EE 5 and Java EE 6) and through aShow More Summary

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We have some great deals this week – check out the best below! Java Developer Course Bundle for $39 Learn everything you need to know about Java with this bundle of courses. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced developer looking to freshen up your skills, this bundle is an insane value: 6 courses with over 70 hours of content for just $39. Show More Summary

12 Creative Coffee Gifts for the Java Junkie in Your Life — Gift Guide

Most caffeine fiends already have their preferred setup: Chemex, pour-over, french press, you name it. And they're usually fiercely loyal to it. So instead of treading on sacred ground(s) with a new brewing setup, we recommend gifting a nice coffee accessory to go along with that precious cup of joe. Show More Summary

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