JavaLand 2015 Early Adopter's Area
With only 25 business days to go until JavaLand 2015, now's a good time to share the plans for the Early Adopter's area and Hackergarten. As at many other Java community conferences, this is a space where anyone can visit and meet with leaders of different parts of the Java ecosystem to see first hand what's new in their own little patch of the Java world. The...
on Feb 16, 2015
A JBoss User Group (JBUG) is a group of people who share a common interest in JBoss technologies. They are organized and supported by the community and meet on a regular basis to discuss new technologies, development methodologies, interesting use cases, and other technical topics. The common goal is to provide education, help, and social events for the community and to promote open source....
on May 28, 2014
40+ Java User Groups from 6 continents have participated in WildFly 8 Launch so far, and a few more are still lined up. This has truly been a global participation so far, and truly reflects the spirit of Java community.
Several of these were delivered virtually primarily using G+ hangout, and then some in person during the travel by WildFly team. Lots of interesting conversations and feedback...
on Apr 29, 2014
Inaugural JavaLand in Germany
It took trains, planes, and automobiles to get there. I had heard Germany ran some great conferences, but JavaLand was promised to be outstanding. Kevin already did an interview with one of the organizers, Markus Eisele, about why JavaLand is different. (https://weblogs.java.net/blog/editor/archive/2014/03/01/java-conferences...) But, I got to see first-hand if they...
on Apr 20, 2014
In late January I considered what I'd do if I had several free months to wander Europe. A look at the Lanyard Java Conferences calendar gave me a great idea: I could wander through Europe from Java conference to Java conference, while also enjoying everything in between! My imaginary trip started in Stockholm, Sweden, with Jfokus 2014. I'm now traveling 1400 km southwest, to Brühl, Germany, for...
on Mar 1, 2014
Introduction to Class Diagram
In any project's planning phase, the programmer should describe the behaviour of the different objects that are required to satisfy business use cases. However objects can't emerge from nothing, so you need a template that describe the type of objects that the system will have. As a result, you will need to show a diagram with all the classes involved and their...
on Jan 22, 2014
Why do we need to program?
Technology is part of our life. The world is changing daily and everything is getting automated. Learn to program is the creative way we can take our ideas to the next level and express solutions to society. By designing programs, we learn several abilities like critical reading, analytical thinking and create synthesis. The programmer defines the problem, plans a...
on Jan 21, 2014
The Java is a platform which grown up quickly, for many rations such it can write once time and run anywhere, it runs languages on JVM. There is a myth that Java cannot compile its sources on run time, but it's truth?
Have a dynamic language is important to make some projects, for example, calculate taxes to different cities, so the source should be on the database and each city it puts the...
on Jan 19, 2014
Recently, I was asked to participate in creating another Java application at my company.
It was to be our team's third major Java application since 2002.
We felt we had plenty of wisdom from our previous two Java applications to apply to our third one.
One of our first steps was to form an application architecture sub-team.
This sub-team's purpose was to provide the development team with a solid...
on Sep 22, 2013
Looking Forward to JavaOne Sunday: JUG Forums, NetBeans Day, GlassFish, Technical Keynotes, Duke's Choice Awards
It used to be that Sunday was a fairly relaxing day for most. Not anymore! This year, Sunday is already overcrowded with many more events and sessions than one can possibly attend, as the JavaOne 2013 Content Catalog Sunday entries demonstrate.
Sunday's activity can be divided into...
on Sep 22, 2013
Save 42% on Soft Skills: The software developer's life manual with discount code ssjnet14 at manning.com.
[This article excerpted from Soft Skills: The software developer's life manual.]
In one of my favorite books of all time, The War of Art, Steven Pressfield expounds upon the difference between being a professional and being an amateur:
Turning pro is a mindset. If we are struggling with...
on Oct 22, 2014
Recently, there is a heaty debate regarding TDD which started by DHH when he claimed that TDD is dead.
This ongoing debate managed to capture the attention of developers world, including us.
Some mini debates have happened in our office regarding the right practices to do testing.
In this article, I will represent my own view.
How many kinds of tests have you seen?
From the time I joined industry...
on May 28, 2014
Why you should write small libraries that do one thing well, over on my real blog at timboudreau.com
A response to Eran Hammer's The Fallacy of Tiny Modules.
on Aug 24, 2014
When people ask me what am I doing, my immediate response is IT. Even though, the answer is not very specific, it is the easiest to understand and it still helps to describe what we are doing. In fact, it doesn't matter what programming languages we use, our responsibility is to build the information system, which deliver information to end-user. Therefore, we should value information more than...
on Aug 2, 2014
SBT in Action by Joshua Suereth and Matthew Farwell has been updated! Save 45% and just enter promo code 112113jn at manning.com. What else is new? Chapter 6, "Process & IO with sbt's libraries" has been added to the MEAP (Manning Early Access Program).
Chapter 6 takes a look at how sbt allows you to run external processes easily, and how to combine them in a shell-like manner. You’ll also...
on Nov 21, 2013
This year, more more apache based company, I mean that a company that repackage, retest or make a bundle of Apache product, selling product in Indonesia.
And as we know, the ecosystem, like tech guy, expert in our region Asia Pasific, i never see.. but pre-sales and salesman, and industry leader, all over the country.
I make a small theory about this, because most of their product are based on...
on Jul 9, 2014
This entry lists Ed’s picks for the brand new JavaLand conference. Many of the talks are in German, but there is enough English to make it worth your time. It looks like there is a lot more English content in day two. Also, the conference was endorsed by java.net editor Kevin Farnham in his blog post from Saturday, 1 March 2014.
Monday 25 March 2014
Welcome and Keynote, Fried Saacke,...
on Mar 3, 2014
The data warehouse is essential to enterprise business intelligence, which accounts for a great part of the total enterprise cost. With the global data explosion in recent years, the business data volume grow significantly, posing a serious challenge for enterprise data warehouse to meet the diverse and complex business demands. More data, more data warehouse applications, more concurrent...
on Dec 11, 2013
a little discussion in a television series here that i am the speaker. the topic is Java. The host, TV Excelence, said any update for Java and why Java is silence now.
I said there are Java worlds which use Java but we cannot said it is Java, but use Java.
1. BigData with Hadoop under Apache , is a new ecosystem that based on Java.
2. Smartphone/Gadget with Android under Google with Apache...
on Oct 19, 2013
Silicon Valley Code Camp is one of the best known secrets and one of the best organized conferences in the Bay Area.
I have the pleasure to speak at this conference for the past two years and am amazed at its growing popularity.
Here are some statistics for this year
4500 registrations and registration was closed
The Code Camp consists of these points:
By and for the developer...
on Oct 6, 2013