- OrindaBuild Oracle Web Service Generator Features – OrindaBuild enables you to create Web Services for your existing Oracle database with minimal effort. OrindaBuild is integrated with Eclipse and works for both PL/SQL and SQL. Unlike other products OrindaBuild is designed specifically for Oracle and works with real world PL/SQL that involves records and arrays.
- Google App Engine for Java (GAE/J) – Tutorial – The article demonstrates also the usage of Google Eclipse Plugin for developing, running and debugging the Google App Engine application. The tutorial is based on Java 1.6 and GAE version 1.3.
- Flex 4 and Java Basics Video – Here is a new screencast that walks through the basics of integrating Flex 4 and Java
- InfoQ: Facebook’s Petabyte Scale Data Warehouse using Hive and Hadoop – Ashish Thusoo and Namit Jain explain how Facebook manages to deal with 12 TB of compressed new data everyday with Hive’s help. Hive is an open source data warehousing framework built on Hadoop, allowing developers to perform analysis against large datasets using SQL.
- Design Patterns Uncovered: The Abstract Factory Pattern | Javalobby – The Abstract Factory is known as a creational pattern – it's used to construct objects such that they can be decoupled from the implementing system
- Intellij 9 and Gradle – The Rich Web Experience – One of the hidden gems of the Intellij 9 release is it's support for Gradle. Some of the information on the web is out of date and some features are not intuitive. This post will detail some of the nuances and follow it up with a wish list for the next update
- InfoQ: Rod Johnson Discusses Spring 3.0 – Rod Johnson, the founder of Spring and the general manager of the SpringSource division of VMware, talks to InfoQ about Spring 3.0, the influence of Google Guice on Spring, Spring.NET, and Spring's tc Server.
- The Zinger » 5 Signs You Need HTML5 Web Sockets (Part 1) – This series of 5 blog posts identifies five types of web applications that will benefit from HTML5 Web Sockets
- PragmaSQL Online – JiraTouch Features – JiraTouch is the most complete Jira client for IPhone, you can perform most Jira functionality with optimized screens for IPhone.
- Pragmatic Developer’s Blog – We have been busy developing our new baby JiraTouch for the last 3 months………..The only knowns were Jira and the C# language. I would like to share some of my observations in this blog post.
- The Rundown News Blog | Khan Academy: How to Calculate the Unemployment Rate | Online NewsHour | PBS – A 33-year-old math and science whiz kid — working out of his house in California's Silicon Valley — may be revolutionizing how people all over the world will learn math
- Creating an application with maven2, jpa, springframework and intellij – Gridshore software engineering weblog – Creating an application with maven2, jpa, springframework and intellij
- SQL Server Programming Fundamentals :: BlackWasp Software Development – This is the first in a series of articles describing the use of Microsoft's SQL Server database management system (DBMS). The tutorial is aimed at software developers using SQL Server for data storage
- Twitter Blog: Measuring Tweets – Today, we are seeing 50 million tweets per day—that's an average of 600 tweets per second.
- The Bloom Box – 60 Minutes – CBS News – Large corporations have been testing a new device that can generate power on the spot, without being connected to the electric grid. Will we have one in every home someday? Lesley Stahl reports
- Google Web Toolkit (GWT 2.0) with Eclipse – Tutorial – This article describes how to develop a Web application with GWT and the Google Plugin for Eclipse .
- Google App Engine for Java: Part 3: Persistence and relationships – Data persistence is a cornerstone of scalable application delivery in enterprise environments. In this final article of his series introducing Google App Engine for Java™, Rick Hightower takes on the challenges of App Engine's current Java-based persistence framework
- Google App Engine for Java: Part 2: Building the killer app – In this second part of his three-part introduction to Google App Engine for Java, Rick Hightower takes you beyond the ready-made examples of Part 1 with a step-by-step guide to writing and deploying a simple contact-management application using App Engine for Java.
- Google App Engine for Java: Part 1: Rev it up! – In this article, you'll get an overview of why Google App Engine for Java could be the deployment platform for your next highly scalable killer app, then start using the Google Plugin for Eclipse to build two example apps: one based on Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and one based on the Java Servlet API.
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by Vinny Carpenter on February 23, 2010
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