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Julian Simpson hat einige Patterns und Best Practices rund um das Thema Continuous Integration zusammengestellt, deren Lektüre lohnt: Build Patterns to Boost your Continuous Integration
JPatterns is a collection of annotations describing the used design patterns in your Java source code. They make you classes more readable for fellow developers and of course yourself as well. Most of the GOF patterns and a few JEE … Continue reading
Kilim is a message-passing framework for Java that provides ultra-lightweight threads and facilities for fast, safe, zero-copy messaging between these threads. It consists of a bytecode postprocessor (a “weaver”), a run time library with buffered mailboxes (multi-producer, single consumer queues) … Continue reading
There is a two part article on the GWT docs homepage talking about large scale application development and GWT: Building any large scale application has its hurdles, and GWT apps are no exception. Multiple developers working simultaneously on the same … Continue reading