IDC estimates that data will grow 50-fold by 2020, while the number of information containers will multiply by 75. Unfortunately, a lot of that data is still locked away in physical documents; and as a developer in the age of big data, you'll be the one expected to make that data useful. Here's how to make it work.
NetBeans IDE 7.2 is alive! The NetBeans IDE 7.2 release comes with significantly improved performance and many new features in the Java Editor, with a special focus on FindBugs integration, providing new static code analysis capabilities.
This is pretty short note where I want to show power of Kotlin in real life use.We will wrap amazing vert.x framework in order to make it a bit Kotlin-ish but the main goal will be to show couple of standard ways to wrap existing Java API.Let us start with...
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Pretty simple question. Which programming language do you think is bad for the developer community while it's still being used? Or which language do you think has stuck around in the industry for too long?
We recently got a post on Javalobby from a new contributor, Pavel Bernshtam. He wrote an explanation of why he thinks Groovy is a "Better Java". I was initially going to see how everyone on JL felt about...
You can use groovy in different ways - for scripting, Grails, quick prototyping, creation of DSLs etc. But I like Groovy first of all as "better Java". Really, look - almost every Java code is valid Groovy code, i.e.
Upgrading to the latest verison of Gradle (or “Upgradling” as my colleague just called it) is fairly easy. But if you think there’s some simple gradle command to do it, then you’d be wrong. It’s basically the same as upgrading ant.
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I have released an application demonstrating how SOA’s principles can be applied into a small project making use of EIP (Enterprise Integration Pattern), IoC (Inversion of Control), and a building tool and scripting language such as Groovy.