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JHipster gives you Yeoman + Maven + Spring + AngularJS all working together in one handy generator.
- Kotlin, the Swift of Android
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- The Future Programming Manifesto – Simple things should be simple, complex things should be possible
Good read – reminds me of the works of Alan Kay who said, ‘Simple things should be simple, complex things should be possible’.
- Jar Hell made Easy – Demystifying the classpath with jHades
By knowing a limited set of concepts such as Class Loaders, the Class Loader Chain and Parent First / Parent Last modes, these problems can be tackled effectively.
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Parse JSON like a badass in Swift
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Capsule is a dead-easy deployment package for standalone JVM applications. Capsule lets you package your entire application into a single JAR file and run it like this java -jar app.jar. That’s it.
- stacktrace.js – Framework-agnostic, micro-library for getting stack traces in all web browsers.
Framework-agnostic, micro-library for getting stack traces in all web browsers.
- Getting the CMO and CIO to work as partners
To turn new technologies into profits and growth, marketing and IT will need to change how they work—and how they work together.
- SwiftData – Simple and Effective SQLite Handling in Swift #swift #xcode
SwiftData is a simple and effective wrapper around the SQLite3 C api written completely in Swift.
- @GlassWire Network Security Monitor & Firewall Tool – Protect your computer by monitoring your network
GlassWire displays your network activity on an easy to understand graph while searching for unusual Internet behavior that could indicate malware or violations of your privacy. Once unusual network activity is discovered you’re instantly alerted with detailed information so you can protect your computer, privacy, and data.
- Knockout 3.2.0 released – components look interesting
- A quick comparison between DocumentDB vs MongoDB
- DocumentDB – A fully-managed, scalable, NoSQL document database service from Microsoft Azure
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Good program managers are hard to find. Here’s how organizations can attract and develop their own senior IT program-management talent.
- Five ways Docker is taking over the world #docker
Docker is more than a fad — it’s a real-deal technology finding widespread adoption and creating its own ecosystem
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Learn how to develop iOS apps with Codementor. Many of our expert mentors are experienced iOS developers, some who have published apps with millions of downloads on the App Store, and they can help you build your first mobile app using Swift, Objective C, or PhoneGap.
- Technical debt 101 – A primer about tech debt, legacy code, big rewrites & ancient wisdom for non technical managers
A primer about technical debt, legacy code, big rewrites and ancient wisdom for non technical managers
- Google, it’s time – We want Scala for Android #android #scala #mobile
Apple made a bold move in this year’s WWDC 2014 by announcing a new language,Swift,for it’s iOS platforms. Finally, Apple recognized that Objective-C has lived its course and its time for new language.
Now its time for Android to make a move and embrace a
- Apache jclouds – The Java Multi-Cloud Toolkit
Apache jclouds® is an open source multi-cloud toolkit for the Java platform that gives you the freedom to create applications that are portable across clouds while giving you full control to use cloud-specific features
- Upsource: Repository Browser and Code Review Tool from JetBrains
Browse your source code repositories, share, discuss and review code that you and your team create. Git, Mercurial, Subversion and Perforce are all supported.
- Faux Pas – inspection tool for Xcode projects
Faux Pas inspects your iOS or Mac app’s Xcode project and warns about possible bugs, as well as about maintainability and style issues
- Oracle hasn’t killed Java — but there’s still time
Java core has stagnated, Java EE is dead, and Spring is over, but the JVM marches on. C’mon Oracle, where are the big ideas?
- The Power of the Doodle: Improve Your Focus and Memory #psychology
Research Shows That Doodling Helps People Stay Focused, Grasp New Concepts and Retain Information