Links for September 17th through September 20th
- Video: Running Java Web Apps on the Cloud – Here is a quick screencast that shows how to instantly deploy Java web applications on the cloud with Heroku.
- New application layering and persistence choices in Spring Roo 1.2 | SpringSource Team Blog – The newly-released Spring Roo 1.2.0.M1 (see announcement) includes frequently requested support for architectural layers which can be tailored to the needs of the application. This article provides an overview of Roo's new service and repository layer features.
- India to topple Japan as world’s 3rd-largest economy – The Times of India – India might become the world's third largest economy in 2011 by overtaking Japan in terms of gross domestic product (GDP)
- Apple – iPad in Business – St. Louis Urgent Cares: iPad makes the rounds with physicians. – Dr. Saggar agrees. "iPad lets us be human beings when we’re with patients," he says, "instead of someone who comes in for just a few seconds and then walks out. For a medical practice, I think using iPad is a no-brainer."
- The Most Patriotic Thing You Can Do « blog maverick – So be Patriotic. Go out there and get rich. Get so obnoxiously rich that when that tax bill comes , your first thought will be to choke on how big a check you have to write. Your 2nd thought will be “what a great problem to have”, and your 3rd should be a recognition that in paying your taxes you are helping to support millions of Americans that are not as fortunate as you.
- 10 things to remember about Netflix while scratching your head about Qwikster – SplatF – 10 things to remember about Netflix while scratching your head about Qwikster
- Netflix investors overreact to new forecast: The streaming numbers are what matters – SplatF – Here’s the thing, though. The future of Netflix is in its streaming business — not its business of mailing DVDs to people via the U.S. Postal Service. And Netflix only trimmed its forecast for streaming customers by 0.2 million, or 1%. The biggest cut, meanwhile, is 0.8 million DVD-only subscribers, or 27% of that customer base. But that’s Netflix’s old business, not its new one.