OIO ‘s Developer Blog
This is the publication playground for these guys from OIO, the Trivadis Group`s Java experts.
Agile Methods and development Atlassian Tools Build, config and deploy Did you know? Eclipse Universe Groovy and Grails Java and Quality Java Basics Java EE Java modularization Java Persistence Java Runtimes - VM, Appserver & Cloud Java Web Frameworks MDSD Open Source BI Other languages for the Java VM Politics Security SOA / Webservices Spring Universe Web as a Platform XML Universe
Monthly Archives: February 2010
Rod Johnson, the founder of Spring and the general manager of the SpringSource division of VMware, talks to InfoQ about Spring 3.0, the influence of Google Guice on Spring, Spring.NET, and Spring’s tc Server. Rod Johnson Discusses Spring 3.0
Interesting read about typical problems searching or analyzing social networking data and how Neo4j, Cassandra and FluidDB can help to solve them: InfoWorld review: Databases primed for social networks BTW: Cassandra, one of the major non-relational data stores has recently … Continue reading
Confluence Editoren lassen sich in zwei Gruppen Teilen: Zum einen die “Power-User”, welche direkt das Wiki-Markup nutzen, um Inhalte schnell zu erfassen und dabei auf alle Funktionen und Makros zurückgreifen zu können, auch wenn das Editieren alles andere als intuitiv … Continue reading
And they did it again… GWT 2.0.3 fixes a bug (Using a PopupPanel in Internet Explorer without a history IFrame throws a NullPointerException – #4584) that was assumed to be fixed in 2.0.2. It seems that the GWT developers were … Continue reading
The ASF Board has approved the graduation of Subversion from the Apache Incubator making Subversion an official project of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Hence the new homepage link http://subversion.apache.org.
The SANS and MITRE Institutes recently published the “2010 CWE/SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors” , a survey of todays most dangerous errors in software development. The study was conducted by the institutes and 30 leading companies in software … Continue reading
The main goal for Hibernate 3.5 will be JPA 2 compliance. Check this release candidate out or have a look at http://in.relation.to/Bloggers/Hibernate350CR1Release for more details. The work on CR-2 has 11 high priority tasks open, see the CR-2 Status here.