- Cloud Foundry–A Beautiful Thing for Users, Questions for Vendors | Cloud Zone – CloudFoundry, like OpenStack before it are simply beautiful. Open is good. Moving up the stack with open is even better. I love what it means for the industry and dearly hope that vendors can see ways to avoid fighting a commodity battle but instead determine paths to providing customers with real value built on top of these commodity platforms.
- Today’s EC2 / EBS Outage: Lessons learned – – One, albeit major, outage in one region of one cloud vendor doesn’t mean the cloud was a big con, a waste of time.
- InfoQ: Annotation-Driven Dependency Injection with Google Guice 3.0 – The most notable change to Guice 3.0 is the inclusion of a fully compliant JSR 330 injector. (JSR 330 was finalized in 2009.) In fact, “Guice 3.0 is the reference implementation for JSR 330,” according to Dhanji Prasanna of the Guice development team.
- Sencha Touch application with Ruby on Rails – Part 2 « Recalibrate – This tutorial describes a Ruby on Rails application with a mobile application UI written using the Sencha Touch Framework
- Short Introduction to iOS for Java Developers: Objective-C | blog.codecentric.de – For Java developers starting iOS development, the hardest shift will probably be the Objective-C, the Apple’s language of choice
- bodgeit – The BodgeIt Store is a vulnerable web application suitable for pen testing – Google Project Hosting – The BodgeIt Store is a vulnerable web application which is currently aimed at people who are new to pen testing.
- New in 10.5: Spring Roo console | JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Blog – Latest IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 EAPs introduce a dedicated console view for a popular Spring Roo tool. It allows you to run Roo commands using the standard IntelliJ IDEA code completion and documentation features
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