In this post I introduce Samplr: an open source, intelligent sampling profiler that can be embedded in any Java application for automatic identification of performance bottlenecks
My JavaOne talk about Apache Wicket went really well: the room was almost full, lots of interesting questions and I met a lot of nice people. Thanks to all atendees!
You can find the presentation in the link below:
Some Wicket goodies for my JavaOne talk.
If you go to my JavaOne 2011 talk "Productively Fun Web Development with Apache Wicket and Java EE 6" you will see a demo where Bean Validation is used in conjunction with Apache Wicket.
There is one talk I would like to comment on today: "Don't Be Pwned: A Very Short Course on Secure Programming in Java".
This talk, presented by Robert Seacord and Dean Sutherland from SEI/CERT, was the scariest Java talk I have ever been to.
JavaOne started for me today with the Glassfish Community Event.
It was a nice opportunity to meet the Glassfish Development Team as well as people I have interacted with but not met in person until today.
Heroku, the PaaS cloud owned by salesforce.com, announced a few days ago support for the Java language. In the process they declared Java EE to be irrelevant in the cloud world. Is that so?
Next week I will be presenting a free webinar about Java EE 6 and Glassfish 3.1.
Just a quick note to annountce the availability of RainToolkit 1.3.
It can be downloaded at: http://www.logicstyle.com/raintoolkit.html
If you manage Amazon EC2 resources from the command-line, Rain Toolkit can make your life easier by automating a lot of common repetitive tasks.
I know what you are thinking...consulting has always been a service. But the Cloud is making it evolve.
Apache maven is supposed to solve the classpath hell; or so I´ve been told...
Started using maven 2 in a multi-pom project. One of the requirements is to be able to deploy EAR files to Weblogic.