Maven fundamental principle is to translate your esperience and best practices into machine-readable configuration so to enforce your best practices in your build process. As Wikipedia says:
I've just started a new series of technical blog posts, about designing applications with a User Interface (all will be covered: desktop, Android, web). They will be published partly here and partly at DZone. The first post can be read there.
I don't recall when I was introduced to TestNG for the first time - for sure, it's a matter of a few years ago.
Complicated year for me and I've not blogged something with decent technical stuff for a while. This is the n+1 restart that I'm trying... let's see if I can resume with a constant flow of useful stuff.
The CFP for Devoxx 2011 has been opened; more info at http://www.devoxx.com/display/DV11/Home.
Two years ago I was still puzzling about which was the best logging facility for Swing.
Motorola was reasonably quick in delivering the first two updates (2.0.1 and 2.1) of the Android operating system for my Milestone (a.k.a. Droid), a short time after I bought it. Then, the Froyo (2.2) update was many times announced and postponed. The last time I checked was in past December and there were no news.
Ok, I'm writing a book. But I don't know if I'm really able to write a book: if I look around at people who I know and who wrote a book in the past, I'm really unsure about my skills. But it's not meant as a "regular" book, I mean, something that gets published by an editor.