Java User Groups
The Cassandra's data base is a NOSQL column family's oriented, is a data base made to work of high performance, scalability and fault tolerant. In your new version, it gets some improvements like Cassandra Query Language third version, CQL 3.0 with storage with collections and key complex.
With improvements in Cassandra, there is a one problem: How do I use all potential of the Cassandra...
on Jul 23, 2013
The Browser Binding with a CMIS Repository
By Florian Müller, Jay Brown, and Jeff Potts, authors of
CMIS and Apache Chemistry in Action
A big part of the CMIS specification describes how the CMIS domain model is mapped to the bytes that are transferred. These mappings are called bindings. CMIS 1.0 defines two bindings, the Web Services...
on Jul 2, 2013
How did you first get into developing / coding?
My first encounter with a computer was in 1987 during a physics class. This particular one (a Commodore C64) went immediately to my Xmas wish list. When I teared away the gift wrapping, I found the datasette broken. A datasette was a tape drive using audio cassettes for storage – without it, there were no chance to play any of the bundled games;...
on Jun 24, 2013
As a developer, when you are building and/or designing a Java application;
the first (or one of the first) question you might ask is...
"What are the objects?"
This seems to be a very simple question. But it is not.
There probably is no single "right" answer to this question.
Nevertheless, careful consideration given to this question will contribute to
a good start to one's Java development...
on Jun 23, 2013
When we started building our first Java application, at my company Amway Corp, many years ago;
we learned our first lesson.
In spite of all the formal training we received, in spite of all the literature at our disposal;
we still needed help with our Java development on a regular basis.
Where would this assistance come from?
At the time, we had no in-house Java subject-matter experts.
on Jun 16, 2013
Using Throws and Throw Statements in Java
By Mala Gupta, author of OCP Java SE 7 Programmer II Certification Guide
In this article, based on chapter 1 of OCP Java SE 7 Programmer II Certification Guide, author Mala Gupta explains how to define methods that throw exceptions, the different combinations of defining overriding methods, and when the overridden or overriding methods...
on Jun 13, 2013
Learning Java (or any programming language) can be a great challenge.
Any group of developers, learning Java, will bring with them a variety of backgrounds and experiences.
In our case, our first Java project began with developers that had COBOL language experience.
Our second Java project, began with developers that had RPG language experience.
Even though COBOL and RPG don't "look" like Java,...
on Jun 11, 2013
Introducing Behavior Driven Development
By John Ferguson Smart, author of BDD in Action
Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is a software engineering practice designed to help teams build and deliver more valuable, higher quality software faster. In this article, based on chapter 1 of BDD in Action, author John Ferguson Smart explains how Backbone helps to solve this problem in a...
on Jun 10, 2013
by Samuel M. Breed, author of Backbone.js in Action
on Jun 6, 2013
Pig from a Bird's Eyeview
by M. Tim Jones, author of Pig in Action
Today, we are being inundated with data. So much so, that IBM estimates that in 2012, 2.5 quintillion bytes of information are generated every day. That's a million trillion bytes of data, more data than we can fathom and considerably more than we can easily process. Online, every web-page we visit, every link we click, every...
on May 20, 2013
The results of the most recently completed Java.net poll suggest that awareness of the Adopt-a-JSR effort within the Java developer community continues to increase, albeit at a perhaps modest pace. Still, growing awareness is a strong positive for any long-term effort. And the Adopt-a-JSR program is certainly intended as a long-term effort in promoting and guiding the future of Java.
on May 20, 2013
Your First Mikado Graph
by Ola Ellnestam and Daniel Brolund, authors of The Mikado Method
The Mikado Method is a structured way to make significant changes to complex code. What that means, is rather than getting caught up in the complexity of moving parts, analyzing the entire codebase and doing guess work, the Mikado Method removes the least amount of obstacles at a time in order to achieve...
on May 15, 2013
Frans Thamura is a leader of JUG Indonesia, a Java Champion, an entrepreneur, and the founder of Meruvian. He has implemented the JEDI program in Indonesia under the goverment's Java education services JENI Project.
In this fourth Java.net "Lightning Interview" I asked Frans about starting and leading a Java User Group.
1. Why did you decide to start JUG Indonesia?
on May 12, 2013
Robert Engels works for OptionsCity, which develops financial service platforms using Java. Their products include Freeway, a multi-asset algorithmic trading platform that won the 2012 Chicago Innovation Awards. Robert is the Chief Architect for Freeway development. If you're familiar with modern automated trading, you'll also be quite aware of the necessity to achieve maximal performance....
on May 3, 2013
Ahmed Ali leads the very active Egyptian Java User Group (EGJUG). EGJUG recently organized Java Developers Conference 2013, the largest Java conference in the Middle East. The conference was, once again, a huge success.
In this second Java.net "Lightning Interview" I asked Ahmed the same questions I asked London Java Community (LJC) co-leader Martijn Verburg (@karianna) in the first Lightning...
on Apr 21, 2013
Tuning Java code presents many challenges and addresses several goals.
One of these goals is to make the application "run faster".
Recently, our end-users were getting multiple-second response times from our web application's home page.
This was unacceptable.
We were asked to see what we can do to make the web application "run faster".
We began by looking at the usual suspects... database access...
on Apr 14, 2013
Setting up SBT and an SBT Build
by Joshua D. Suereth and Matthew Farwell, authors of SBT in Action
The simple build tool (SBT) is a tool for building Java and Scala projects. SBT aims to build well and allow users to customize endlessly, but above all, SBT strives to provide consistency of basic concepts so that, once learned, you don’t have to unlearn them as you dive deeper into the build...
on Apr 12, 2013
Domain Model Metadata
by Christian Bauer, Gavin King, and Gary Gregory, authors of Java Persistence with Hibernate, Second Edition
The Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) standard solves the problem of leaky concerns with metadata as annotations in your code or as external XML descriptors. This approach allows the runtime container to implement predefined cross-cutting concerns—...
on Apr 9, 2013
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I would say that a JS noob should use MVC, just because it’s widely spread pattern used across different programming languages. I think they would enjoy...
on Jun 14, 2013