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on Jun 5, 2014
The new version of Easy-Cassandra, the version 2.0.1, have launched, some news are:
Refactoring constructor on Session Factory
QueryBuilder (InsertBuilder, UpdateBuilder, DeleteBuilder, SelectBuilder and BatchBuilder)
Go faster both write and read
More supports to Spring-Data
As have an easier the configuration a Session Factory, it was made the ClustInformation, this...
on Feb 13, 2014
We began creating our second Java application five years after we began the first app.
We were hoping the second application would give us a chance to use additional Java technologies.
We began by gathering all of the known functional requirements and matched them to the various
Java-related technologies we knew of.
The result was a high-level technical architecture of the application.
on Aug 3, 2012
Easy-Cassandra is a framework ORM API and a high client for Apache Cassandra in java, with this is possible persist information from the Java Object in easy way. For this is only necessary add some annotations in some fields and your class. It works like an abstraction's tier in the Thrift, doing call for Cassandra.
on Feb 21, 2012
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/java_ee_6_glassfish_silicon
on Oct 15, 2010
My name is Haim Michael, I am the General Manager for Zindell Technologies and I am an eternal student and a lecturer. I chose to develop the abelski web site for the benefit of all people world wide. I have started to develop it in November 2007 and I continuously update its courses and add new ones. All courses on this web site are available for free personal and academic usage.
on Oct 4, 2010
A few days back, Jerome blogged about how to deploy OSGi bundles in GlassFish using "asadmin deploy --type=osgi" command. In his blog, he also mentioned why you should not copy your bundles to glassfish/modules directory. In this blog, I will talk about a filesystem based management agent that I have integrated in GlassFish and how you can take advantage of the same. We have...
on May 3, 2009
They do great work over there on the java.sun.com editorial team, and they've been improving the site with lots of videos lately. The last three featured content pieces have been videos. That's excellent work, but it's inaccessible for a couple reasons.
First, I like to hit java.sun.com first thing in the day from my workplace. That's been a cubicle environment recently. I can quietly read a text...
on Mar 20, 2008
Netbeans Mobility Pack comes with already bundled WTK. The catch is that this is not current final version 2.5. Beginners sometimes can't find the way how to attach separately downloaded WTK. Don't worry this is really easy. The trick is to use Java Platform Manager wizard hidden in Tools menu. Mobility Pack offers nice Quick Start Guide between others topics addressing also this problem. Look...
on Feb 8, 2007
Hot off the press is an article, Building Identity-Enabled Web Services, cowritten by four of Sun's identity experts. It's a recap of a popular technical session at JavaOne 2005 in San Francisco on the same subject, on which I blogged: Securing Web Services Made Easy.
The new article first tells you how Liberty Identity Federation Framework (ID-FF) identity-enables Web services. However, by using...
on Oct 19, 2005
Sometimes you are surprised when you find someone in the world has the same passions as you. This time it is in the Philippines. One of our newest projects in the GELC is JEDI. JEDI is short for Java Education & Development Initiative. Quite a mouth full, so JEDI is a much better name. But what is JEDI all about?
The initiative is a partnership between the University of the Philippines...
on Aug 10, 2005
Let's first start by talking about development roles and concerns. MVC has taught us how to separate our application into managable layers. We have the Model and Controller which are under the programmer's ownership, then we have the View which is under both the programmer's and designer's ownership. This is where issues arise as both the programmer and the designer wish to implement their...
on Jul 27, 2005
Is the Idea of implanting a passive RFID tag inside your body something that raises your Orwellian fears? Do you get Biblical "End-of-Days" shivers? Or is it a good thing, a next logical step, an inevitable development in the teleological vector of technological triumph?
Michael Kanellos' compelling article on C/Net yesterday must give us pause; how likely is it that a passive RFID arm tag...
on Aug 24, 2004