Recently, I read Why Big Data Projects Fail by Stephen Brobst. I can’t agree more with his opinions which exposed the problem I’ve been worried about. In this article, I am going to further discuss this topic to remind the enterprises to beware of falling into such pitfall of failure.
Let’s have a look on a positive example. As a successful enterprise in leveraging big data, how does Google make...
on Jul 24, 2013
In Java development, we may encounter the complex set operations. Java alone is not powerful enough to save programmers’ efforts in implementing the computation details, which is time-consuming and poor in code reuse. In view of this, programmers usually resort to dynamic calculation script for set operation.
SQL is surely the first kind of script that comes into most programmers’ mind. However,...
on Jul 16, 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
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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
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
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
An interesting article: Social Enterprise Architecture that describes the idea of using the Social Technologies to improve the engagement and interactions of the business and IT, and the Enterprise Architecture organization to provide more structure and semantics to the interactions and collaboration tools in the enterprise.
There is a tool called Semantic Center that was written in Java and ADF...
on Jul 22, 2013
This brief blog entry explains the Mojarra bug triage process, and shares some tips for maximizing the chances your bug will be quickly fixed and find its way into a release. Mojarra is the JSF implementation in several app servers and is the source code from which the reference implementation of the JSF specification is derived.
Mojarra has had a publically accessable issue tracker since 2004,...
on Jul 15, 2013
Expression Language (EL) was first introduced as part of JSTL 1.0, was then moved JSP 2.0 and was unified with JSF 1.2 in JSP 2.1. In Java EE 7, EL is a new separate JSR, JSR 341. Many new features are introduced in EL 3.0.
This blog shows how to use new following new features of EL 3.0:
Lambda expression (section 1.20 of EL 3.0 spec)
The new operator ; to separate...
on Jul 1, 2013
Most voters in the just-completed Java.net poll on Java EE 7 believe that Java EE 7 will be the most widely used version of Java EE within the next few years. A total of 354 votes were cast in the poll, which ran for three weeks.
The exact question and results were:
How long will it be before Java EE 7 is the most widely used Java EE version?
14% (51 votes) - Less than 6 months
on Jun 30, 2013
Over the last few years we've been busily writing the latest and greatest version of Magnolia. After all of this focus on new and (we hope) great, it seemed like time to focuse on something old and great.
If you are old enough to remember the ZX Spectrum, the Commodore 64 or their various competitors, or if you like any kind of games, please keep on reading.
You might have heard of the qaop...
on Jun 20, 2013
Last week, I attended the global live launch of Java EE 7, a webcast I wrote about earlier, titled "Introducing Java EE 7." The live webcast happened twice (on at 17:00 GMT on June 12, and 12 hours later at 05:00 GMT on June 13), thus enabling every Java developer in the world to attend the live session at some point during non-sleeping hours.
The value of attending the live sessions was...
on Jun 19, 2013
Asynchronous operation was introduced in Servlet 3.0. ServletRequest#startAsync is used to put the request into asynchronous mode. A thread need to be created implicitly or explicitly (see here for an example).
Servlet 3.1, JSR 340 includes clarifications in asynchronous area. Besides Servlet 3,1, Concurreny Utilities for Java EE 1.0, JSR 236 is introduced in Java EE 7. JSR 236 provides a...
on Jun 6, 2013
Update: In Servlet 3.0, the behavior of using response is undefined after invoking #complete or #dispatch. In Servlet 3.1, it is clarified that AsyncContext#getResponse will throw IllegalStateException. The blog has been updated for this.
Asynchronous operation is supported in Servlet 3.0. I have discussed startAsync in my previous blog, startAsync in Servlet 3.0. In this blog, I will discuss...
on May 14, 2013
Update: Invoke WebConnection#close when there is an error.
Servlet 3.1 Specification (JSR 340) is almost ready for the release. One of the new features is the support for protocol upgrade.
HTTP protocol upgrade was introduced in HTTP 1.1 (RFC 2616):
The Upgrade general-header allows the client to specify what additional communication protocols it supports and would like to use if the server...
on May 7, 2013
Servlet 3.1 Specification (JSR 340) and Java Authorization Contract for Containers (JSR 115) MR3 are almost ready for release. Besides "*", the role-name "**" is introduced in the above two specifications.
In a nutshell, "*" means any role defined in web.xml and "**" means any authenticated user.
Prior to Servlet 3.1, web containers use proprietary mechanisms to add security-constraints for any...
on Apr 19, 2013
Servlet 3.1 Specification (JSR 340) is almost ready for the release. Several new security features have been added in this version of Servlet specification.
In this blog, I will explain one of the security features, namely deny-uncovered-http-methods.
Let us take a look at a simple security-constraint in web.xml as follows:
<web-app xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" ...
on Apr 19, 2013
Update: One should not use response in AsyncListener#onComplete. Only print debug in this example.
Servlet 3.1 (JSR 340) is almost ready for the release. One of the new features is the support for non-blocking IO. ReadListener and WriteListener are introduced to allow non-blocking processing in Servlet.
Non-blocking IO can only be used in async (defined in Servlet 3.0) or the upgrade mode. We can...
on Apr 16, 2013
Java Web Services and XML
Following the development of Java EE 7 has required reading lots of different posts about the different JSRs that are part of Java EE 7. On Wednesday, June 12 (or Thursday, depending on where you live), you'll have an opportunity to familiarize yourself with Java EE 7 in one sitting, by attending Introducing Java EE 7, a live global interactive webcast that will happen twice: at 9 AM Pacific...
on May 31, 2013
There are a number of topics JSR 359 EG is working on. These are on a number of different categories. It includes improving the RFC coverage of SIP specification (SIP outbound), Modernizing programming (using POJOs), better alignment with Java EE (CDI, latest servlet spec), SIP over websockets, Extensibility, Better concurrency control, Updates to B2B etc. In this blog series, I am
on May 6, 2013