Links for July 9th through July 13th
- General Motors Will Slash Outsourcing In IT Overhaul – GM's new CIO Randy Mott plans to bring nearly all IT work in-house as one piece of a sweeping IT overhaul. It's a high-risk strategy that's similar to what Mott drove at Hewlett-Packard.
- Google I/O 2012 – The History and Future of Google Web Toolkit- YouTube – Follow along as we present a history of the GWT project, the exciting new features in the GWT 2.5 release, and where we plan to take GWT in the future.
- Fredrik Öhrström discusses some of the latest Java features: multi-core support, lambda expressions, expanded target typing, method… – Fredrik Öhrström discusses some of the latest Java features: multi-core support, lambda expressions, expanded target typing, method and constructor references, and default methods.
- GWT AutoBean framework – Structure, not boilerplate – The AutoBean framework provides automatically-generated implementations of bean-like interfaces and a low-level serialization mechanism for those interfaces. AutoBeans can be used in both client and server code to improve code re-use
- Hibernate Smoke Detector | Tomasz Dziurko – Hibernate Smoke Detector is simple but quite useful parser that checks your application and helps to cut identical queries fired many times in a very short period of time. It generates a report showing which queries are executed most often in a one-second time window and when they fired so developer could find them in his code easily.
- From Java to Ruby – what I love, what I miss » 8th color – Taking a look back as this list, I’m probably wishing for the best of the two worlds (and it is probably not possible). I found two great tools in Java and Ruby, and I intend to use them both when appropriate. I’m sure I’ll have occasions aplenty.
- collide – Collide is an open-source "collaborative IDE" demonstration – Collide is an open-source "collaborative IDE" demonstration