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Contributed article by: Thad Eby | Founder and CEO of Ombud   Innovative technologies mean simplification. The rush to make consumers’ lives easier has involved some spectacular failures. Nonetheless, the ideologies behind many failures of their time are often seen in today’s modern ...
Listening to our customers when they talk about their journey from Waterfall to Agile and now adopting DevOps principles made us realize that all of them share common challenges and best practices. Our blog allows us to educate a larger audience that DevOps is nothing to be scared abou...
One of the most popular sets of search terms we see in our website statistics relate to enabling Flash in WebRenderer. When we designed WebRenderer, we built it knowing that Flash was still being used and demanded by a lot of users, so we made sure that you could enable it within WebRe...
I’m excited to announce that the AppDynamics family just got a little bit bigger – we’ve acquired Nodetime, a monitoring and analytics solution for the Node.js platform. This acquisition allows us to offer the best Node.js monitoring solution on the market to our customers,...
Continues evolution of leading SCA tool for developer's desktopBURLINGTON, MA - Sept 18, 2013 - Klocwork® Inc., a global leader in software development tools for creating secure code, today released version 10 of its powerful source code analysis tool, Insight™. With new fe...
The VoC Classify, a new state-of-the-art SaaS product within the VoC Analytics solution rangeZurich, 18 September 2013. SandSIV AG, a Swiss-based leader in cutting-edge VoC technologies and expert Customer Experience Management (CXM) consulting, today announced that it had recently lau...
Immutable Infrastructure and Continuous Deployment work great together. Completely replacing, instead of updating, an existing part of your infrastructure makes your deployments less complex. For example, instead of deploying into an existing EC2 instance, start a new server, deploy ...
Datanami interviews Revolution Analytics' Bill Jacobs about the upcoming Revolution R Enterprise 7, which will be available later this year. A key feature of this release is that that the big-data predictive analytics R functions in the ScaleR package will run on data situated in a Had...
Kitchener, Canada, September 12, 2013 --(PR.com)-- LoyaltyMatch Inc., a global leader in loyalty, gamification and social loyalty technologies, today announced the release of the LoyaltyMatch OnDemand loyalty program API specifications and community at www.loyaltyapis.com. The site pr...
It's time to update you with the most recent statistics on the Java & PHP software stacks' popularity within the Jelastiс PaaS. As usual, you'll see the overall numbers, distribution by regions and the monthly trends. This month, the results are more interesting with stats from another...
On Tuesday September 24 at 1pm Pacific/4pm Eastern, along with integration experts Middleware NZ, I am presenting
For most organizations application releases are analogous to extremely tense
Learning a new programming language is more than just learning a new syntax. It can mean learning new patterns and anti-patterns, which means changing the way you think about and approach problems. Different paradigms can inspire you to use your preferred language differently. A virtua...
This week we are happy to announce a big change that we released two weeks ago on the Codeship: Our new Dependency Cache. Why cache dependencies For every build we provide a clean virtual machine. The advantage is that our … Continue reading →
The Jelastic contest for the chance to win a Full Conference Pass to JavaOne 2013 is over! We have chosen the winner, it is Roberto Burgos!  He is a junior Java, Android developer, and Scala enthusiast who attends City College of San Francisco. Roberto has been selected randomly and he...
By Ryan KamauffHere are the top cyber news and stories of the day. DOE’s secret weapon: Supercomputers – ‘”The supercomputing facilities at the National Labs enable science of scale — that is, they provide resources for tackling complex science and engineering c...
Now that the dust is starting to settle a little from this weekend's hysteria over Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's mobile assets, it probably is a good time to step back a little, take a deep breath, and think about what this means to the IT
After our Continuous Deployment Meetup last May in Boston we talked a lot with Amos Benninga from GrabCAD about Development Workflows and the internal processes at his company. We were especially interested in how GrabCAD grew over time, how they … Continue reading →
In my role as curator of the Dice Security talent community, here are my favorite stories for the past week. Domain Security Needs More Than Registry Locks Kevin Mitnick Details Modern IT Threats Government employees feel left out of UK … Continue reading →
ITELECOM WHOLESALE SELECTS PACTERA (NASDAQ:PACT) TO PROVIDE MANAGED VNE SERVICES AND OPERATIONS USING INFONOVA'S R6 PLATFORM GRAZ, AUSTRIA- September 2013 - iTelecom Wholesale, Australia's leading wholesale only communications aggregator and integrated Virtual Network Enabler (iVNE) to...
Cincinnati, OH, September 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- MAX Technical Training employees express their thanks to their clients for helping them reach a fantastic achievement: being named – for the second consecutive year – to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies...
Ruby on Rails 4 features Russian Doll caching. Here, I apply Russian Doll caching to one of my poorer performing Rails 3 pages using the cache_digests gem. ActionView puts forth a great development pattern of views and partials that is easy to understand, implement and maintain but th...
Having a Deployment Pipeline in place is extremely helpful! Learn how to set it up and how to deploy to production servers with Zero Downtime Deployment in this article. A deployment pipeline lays out the whole process that your code needs to go through from your repository to product...
Apache TomEE supported in Jelastic PaaS is a Java EE server, which provides you with the best technology stack that can be deployed to a simple Java EE container. It's lightweight and at the same time is a full-blown application server, which remains simple and avoids architecture over...
Efficient Development Workflows save a ton of time. In part 2 of our new series 'The Codeship Workflow' we talk about the steps necessary to get a feature shipped: Pull Request, Code Review and Merging. Check it out! As I mentioned last week we use GitHub Flow on GitHub. But the whole...
Developers need to be able to run tests quickly. In this blog post we talk about how to speed up your test suite boot time. The biggest bane of test driven development, or whatever variant you practice, is long boot times. Even when you just run one test a slow boot will make it a ted...
Revolution Analytics has teamed up with Cloudera to bring the scalable data manipulation and statistical modeling algorithms of Revolution R Enteprise to the massively-parallel computing environments of CDH3 and CDH4 Hadoop clusters. As ZDNet reports: Specifically, the upcoming version...
The fourth day started with the session “Scaling up teams. Motivating people to learn new languages”. It was a discussion about why not too many developers are willing to learn new programming languages. We were talking about two real-world situations: 1. The team lead give...
In the morning of the third day I was running a session about developing HTML5 applications. The main discussion started while discussing pros and cons of developing HTML5 vs native applications for the mobile devices. IMO going native is right if you can afford it. This recommendation...
Wipro, a leading provider of IT services to Global 1000 companies, has always emphasized the high quality of its code. The Bangalore-based company maintains software standards that often are far more rigorous than those that its clients have previously experienced or presently demand. ...
The second day of the JCrete unconference started as usual – after the breakfast we’ve entered the main room, where Heinz and Dmitry made announcements about four tracks of having the afternoon fun. I picked visiting of a “secret beach”. Then people expressed th...
Hot on the heels of his script to convert from a database resultset to JSON, here is another zinger from my
Here is a very useful script written by my colleague Ravee Chintha for taking a result set from a database SQL lookup and converting it to JSON. An
The conference takes place in the resort hotel. Even though there are only 60 of us, this unconference can have up to four tracks. This is how the main auditorium looked at 8:45AM. We sat down, the conference organizers explained the rules and gave each of us markers and a pack of yell...
The singleton pattern is the most popular pattern in Java. But as popular as it is, it is a pattern which has a number of ways in which it can be implemented and in which lots of corner cases exist which developers seem to take for granted. So, let me just devote this blog to … C...
Oracle has refreshed its SPARC groups with the world's fastest and the best processor. This makes it even more attractive and advantageous for the customers to go for it. Oracle SPARC Refresh: the world’s fastest processor has an unbeatable value for midrange and high-end enterprise c...
Cahier des charges ? Maîtrise d’ouvrage ? Maîtrise d’œuvre ? Toute personne qui a travaillé dans le monde des Systèmes d’Information en France connait ces expressions et ces modes de travail. Je vous propose simplement de les... rayer de votre...
Today, we will show you how to run a few domain names on Java application server GlassFish, which combines enterprise-class capabilities with open source cost efficiency. It's an enterprise-ready application server with true interoperability and a wide range of features including super...
The flight from Athens to Chania took less than an hour. Renting the car was quick too. The Hertz guy delivered the car and left it with the A/C on.  BTW, I usually drive cars  with stick shift when in Europe.  Then I took the driver’s seat, put the car in the first gear doing [&...
Tomorrow I’ll be joining about 60 other Java folks and 20 members of their families in Crete – the largest island in Greece. This is the third annual Java unconference that takes place here. If someone is not sure why savvy Java developers STILL go to conferences I’ll...