May 2009 Blog Posts (8)

SOA Design Patterns

I'm looking into best practices for design-time governance of services. Does anyone have any links or whitepapers they can suggest? Thank you!

Added by Sunny Wear on May 21, 2009 at 5:19pm — 4 Comments

Open Source Bridge

I'm Attending Open Source Bridge - June 17–19, 2009 - Portland, OR



Open Source Bridge is a new conference for developers working with open source technologies. It will take place June 17-19 in Portland, OR, with five tracks connecting people across projects, languages, and backgrounds to explore how we do our work, and why we participate in open source. The conference structure is designed to provide developers with an opportunity to learn from people they might not connect with at… Continue

Added by Michael Levin on May 20, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Chuck Norris java jokes

got these from www dot ovisual dot com/4/



Chuck Norris can make a class that is both abstract and final.

Chuck Norris serializes objects straight into human skulls.

Chuck Norris doesn’t deploy web applications, he roundhouse kicks them into the server.

Chuck Norris always uses his own design patterns, and his favorite is the Roundhouse Kick.

Chuck Norris could use anything in java.util.* to kill you, including the javadocs.

Chuck Norris can hit you so hard… Continue

Added by Nemanja Nesic - NEM- on May 20, 2009 at 11:26am — No Comments

JSR Watch: Here’s to Progress

Here's an update from the Chair of the JCP and director of the JCP Program office: Patrick Curran



http://java.ulitzer.com/node/965152





JSR Watch: Here’s to Progress



And here’s to the next 10 years!

By Patrick Curran



May 15, 2009 03:00 PM EDT

Reads: 560



The end of the year is an opportunity to review the past year's activity, and to present this to our Executive Committee (EC)… Continue

Added by Michael Levin on May 19, 2009 at 8:30pm — No Comments

All About Scala



Thanks to Carol for pointing this… Continue

Added by Michael Levin on May 15, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

On breadth vs. depth of technical knowledge...

What language should you learn? How about operating systems? Wondering what framework to add to your bag of tricks? Check out Jeff Thalhammer's blog to read one man's view. What do you think?

Added by Michael Levin on May 14, 2009 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Grooveshark Internship

Grooveshark is arguably the coolest place to work in the Swamp.

Added by Michael Levin on May 8, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments

The Instructables



I was talking with my friend Daniel at the McRorie Community Garden in Gainesville yesterday. He said that gardening sensors were all the rage. Pointed to the… Continue

Added by Michael Levin on May 8, 2009 at 9:30am — No Comments

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InfoQ Reading List

Presentation: The Future of Chaos Engineering: In Pursuit of the Unknown Unknowns

Crystal Hirschorn discusses where their chaos and resilience practices must evolve to keep pace with the challenges of growing complexity.

By Crystal Hirschorn

Deep-Learning Framework SINGA Graduates to Top-Level Apache Project

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) recently announced that SINGA, a framework for distributed deep-learning, has graduated to top-level project (TLP) status, signifying the project's maturity and stability. SINGA has already been adopted by companies in several sectors, including banking and healthcare.

By Anthony Alford

Article: 13 Practices for Better Code Reviews

When done incorrectly, code review can be irritating, excessively time consuming, and have little or no impact on code quality. However, if done well, it can improve the quality of code and reduce the overall time spent delivering features. This article provides several good practices regarding both technical and cultural aspects of code review.

By Mohammad Ali Bozorgzadeh

How Engagement Models Support Agile Adoption: Q&A With Karl Scotland

Engagement models are approaches to transformation which actively include people in the assessment of the current situation and the exploration of new ideas. By using an engagement model, people can participate in deciding and defining what the agile transformation will look like.

By Ben Linders

Low Latency Profiling Now Available in Java 8

Java Flight Recorder is now publicly available in OpenJDK 8, enabling developers to monitor performance in production with under 2% overhead, without cost.

By Erik Costlow

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