- Gartner Says More Than 50 Percent of PCs Purchased for Users Under the Age of 15 Will Have Touchscreens by 2015 – Gartner Says More Than 50 Percent of PCs Purchased for Users Under the Age of 15 Will Have Touchscreens by 2015
- Google Testing Google Voice Desktop App Internally – Google never commented on how they might use Gizmo5’s technology. But we’ve confirmed that they have now built a Google Voice desktop application to make and receive calls. From a user perspective, this will let Google Voice users take calls right from their desktop
- JIRA 4.1 – Easier and faster issue tracking – JIRA Product Blog – I'm excited to announce the general availability of JIRA 4.1. This release is packed with improvements making your everyday interactions with JIRA easier and faster.
- Rich Internet Application Screen Design | UX Magazine – This article will outline the process we use to create rich applications, focusing primarily on screen design. All of the content is geared specifically toward productivity applications like Software as a Service (SaaS) products and Rich Enterprise Applications (REAs
- Object Computing, Inc. – Exploring Google Guava – Google recently announced the public availability of Guava, a Java utility library previously available only internally at Google. Guava provides building blocks that build on the existing Java libraries and result in productivity aids for Java programmers
- GWT—An Important Java Technology: Features, Future and Wishes | Javalobby – The Google Web Toolkit (GWT) has become one of the most important Java technologies, as it gives it a credible web platform strategy.
- Java’s more relevant than you think. – With syntax being relevant for a mass-market language, and a runtime that’s tuned well enough that a lot of these languages use it as an operating environment – Java’s not only relevant, it’s important.
- hamcrest – Library of matchers for building test expressions – Provides a library of matcher objects (also known as constraints or predicates) allowing 'match' rules to be defined declaratively, to be used in other frameworks. Typical scenarios include testing frameworks, mocking libraries and UI validation rules.
- scalr – Scalr is software that scales your website infrastructure for you. Using EC2 and Cloud Computing. – Scalr is a tool that helps your website or web application grow to millions of users with little work. It provisions new servers on-the-fly to handle spikes in demand, and decommissions them when no longer needed to lower cost. It scales every component of your architecture, so you never have to.
Daily del.icio.us for April 6th through April 7th
by Vinny Carpenter on April 7, 2010
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