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One VM to Rule Them All

From the phone to the cloud, where will developers look for a unified, unencumbered platform?



What are the implications of Oracle's lawsuit on the future of robust multi-targeted virtual machines in the software universe? This is a question I've been asking myself over the past few weeks. The vast majority of software written today runs on one of a few runtime environments - the JVM (Java's runtime), the…

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Added by Daniel Leuck on September 25, 2010 at 12:00pm — 5 Comments

Oracle: The Worst Thing to Happen to Java



Like many, I've long maintained that Oracle is the worst possible steward for the Java platform. Their corporate philosophy is fundamentally incompatible with the environment of openness and community engagement at Sun that gave rise to Java. When Sun was on the rocks, we all prayed that IBM or Google would pick up the Java mantle. When the news of Oracle's acquisition of Sun was announced we all, from the JCP to the open source community to the…

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Added by Daniel Leuck on August 13, 2010 at 11:00am — 13 Comments

Java Developer Position Open

Java Developer







We are looking for a dedicated Java Developer to develop cutting-edge

e-commerce applications using the state-of-the-art web application

development frameworks. The right candidate will be a part of a great

technical team in an excellent work atmosphere.

We've used enough hyphens now, please leave them out of your cover letter.





Duties:



• Design the business components for the application using… Continue

Added by Russell Castagnaro on March 17, 2010 at 10:06pm — No Comments

An Overview of Google App Engine (GAE)



These days, web developers are faced with a lot of difficult choices. One of them is which technology to pick for the next app, another is which hosting to use. It takes time and experience to make winning choices, especially when dealing with time sensitive deliverables. Back in the days developers had to do it all: configure a server, set up database access, get a static ip, etc... Configuring and supporting such a system could probably be a full time job in itself. Hence… Continue

Added by Konstantin A Lukin on August 24, 2009 at 8:30pm — 3 Comments

Developer News Site with Less Noise, More Signal

We now have news groups for most of the major languages like Ruby and Java on NewsforWhatYouDo.com.



Newsforwhatyoudo is a new type of news/feed reader that lets you discover, read, and discuss news with others in your industry and job function. Because sources, topics and… Continue

Added by Logan Henriquez on June 17, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Early Morning Adventures with GWT, Eclipse and AppEngine for Java

I have a conference call with people in Houston, Dubai and China starting at 3:30 A.M. every Wednesday and this morning while everyone was talking over one another on a topic that didn't concern me, I was able to check out this very cool new stuff!



Finally -- the GWT Eclipse plugin!…







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Added by Stephen McMahon on April 8, 2009 at 5:58am — No Comments

A End to End Walk through our Java Stack...





In this post I will take a walk through our preferred Java application stack from end to end, noting what I consider to be some useful practices along the way. While it's a never ending process to re-evaluate packages and tools as time goes on, I have found that this basic architecture has held up quite well for many years. We've used it on numerous large commercial applications ranging from critical banking and finance apps to high volume entertainment sites. I'm not going to try to… Continue

Added by Pat Niemeyer on February 22, 2009 at 1:10pm — 10 Comments

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