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JavaOne

At the JavaOne 2013 Java Technical Keynote, there was a series of demos of software that enables two people to play chess, using some of Java's latest features, including Java EE 7 Websockets, many variations of Java 8 (recent weekly builds), Lambda Expressions, Java ME, Embedded Java, ... It was an impressive demo of many of Java's recently-released and not-yet-finally-released capabilities,...
on Sep 23, 2013

Blogging

Grails in Action, Second Edition MEAP Update + 44% off Save 44% on Grails in Action, Second Edition with Promotional code mlgsmith2jn at manning.com What’s new? Chapter 9, “Building reliable applications”. We have now introduced all the core elements that make up a standard Grails application. The question now is how to further develop the application while ensuring that we don’t introduce bugs...
on Aug 20, 2013

Community

Some time ago, I had the impression that everywhere I stepped in the endless Java universe, I came across rather outdated technology. Things that were hyped years back, but for some reason had been left behind by mankind in the course of time. Disenchantedly roaming that programming desert I almost went depressive looking at all the rusty wrecks of former featured APIs laying around all along....
on Jan 1, 2013
This year is a good year for Meruvian, after 6 years work, now the student can achieve as winner in national competition, but we still have problem send them to APICTA for Asia  Pasific ICT competition, because dunno why. Merit Award could be sent to Asia Pasific. but cant... I wish APICTA global organizer read my blog. Edy is a 15 years, when in competition happen, he was still 2 year in...
on Dec 4, 2011
We are now success put Cimande to Maven.Java.net, but of course, because this is our first deployment, so there are bugs that we fix, but hopefully we will fix it shortly, because 55 kids (highschool) waiting for those, and several univ student waiting to start using it.  Since the blog posting, we found a bugs in dbunit in our code, but that wont stop me to blog here. U can try our cimande-...
on Jul 8, 2011
Hi, we just create a small diagram for our 2011 program, and 50 highschool kids learning this model, around 12 univ student and 6 lecturer from polytechnis in north sulawesi island, in the progress to evaluate this concept in real case.   The interesting of this project is to create Java development ecosystem, and we use 2 integration framework, called BlueOxygen Cimande under blueoxygen....
on Jul 4, 2011

J2ME

A simple question that immediately responds: “No, we do not need it.” If it is possible, however, is quite another matter. Really, it is an interesting challenge changing the interface of the calculator in a way that can attract and impress the user of perhaps one of the most widely used and useful software in an operational environment. Over the years, the calculator’s user interface has...
on Sep 28, 2012
Today we are gonna talk about how to create a Java application for Digital TV that integrates with Twitter. Note that the demo will be based on the basic Java DTV stack, without any specific middleware definitions, so feel free to add UI later. phoneMe Advanced is the basic stack (CDC/FP/PBP) for DTV middlewares. I started looking at a Twitter library in Java and found an interesting one called...
on Nov 22, 2010
My masters colleague, Guilherme Hobold, and his friend, Elinton Machado, have created a very interesting project for helping Java ME applications with dependency injection. Actually, it is not only for Java ME (CLDC), but because of there is no reflection, they have done some magic to make it work in a nice way. The project is called DIME, which means Dependency Injection for Java ME. Basically...
on Apr 27, 2010

Open Source

OSCON Wednesday July 18, 2012 live streaming Table of Contents 1 9:05am The Learning Map : Danny Hillis (Applied Minds, LLC) 2 9:20am The Mudslide Hypothesis of Science : Kaitlin Thaney (Digital Science) 3 9:35am Scaling OpenStack Technology. Lessons From The Field : Brian Aker (HP) 4 9:50am The Clothesline Paradox and the Sharing Economy : Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.) 5 The Java EE...
on Jul 18, 2012
OSCON Tuesday July 17, 2012 live streaming Table of Contents 1 9:00am CSS: Go from Good to Great 2 1:30pm Build Social and Personal Data Apps using the Open Source Singly Platform 3 6:00pm Exhibit Hall 4 8:00pm Party at Puppet Labs 1 9:00am CSS: Go from Good to Great Estelle Weyl http://www.standardista.com/ http://estelle.github.com/oscon2012/ http://estelle.github.com/...
on Jul 17, 2012

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Thursday March 1, 2012 Table of Contents 1 8:50am Democratization of Data Platforms, Jonathan Gosier (metaLayer Inc.) 2 9:05am 5 Big Questions about Big Data, Luke Lonergan (Greenplum, a division of EMC) 3 9:15am The Trouble with Taste, Coco Krumme (MIT Media Lab) 4 9:25am Embrace the Chaos, Pete Warden (Jetpac) 5 9:35am Open Data and the Internet of Things, Usman Haque (Pachube.com) 6...
on Mar 1, 2012
Wednesday February 29, 2012 Table of Contents 1 8:50am The Apache Hadoop Ecosystem Doug Cutting (Cloudera) 2 9:00am Do We Have The Tools We Need To Navigate The New World Of Data? Dave Campbell (Microsoft) 3 9:10am Decoding the Great American ZIP myth Abhishek Mehta (Tresata) 4 9:20am Guns, Drugs and Oil: Attacking Big Problems with Big Data Mike Olson (Cloudera) 5 9:30am Machine...
on Feb 29, 2012
Tuesday February 28, 2012 Table of Contents 1 9:00am Large Scale Web Mining, Ken Krulgler, Scale Unlimited 2 1:30pm Hands-on Visualization with Tableau, Jock Mackinlay, Ross Perez, Tableau Software 3 5:30pm Get connected 4 7:00pm Strata Mini Maker Faire & Data Crush 1 9:00am Large Scale Web Mining, Ken Krulgler, Scale Unlimited ken@scaleunlimited.com @kkrugler slides Large scale...
on Feb 28, 2012

Databases

I'm at Strata Santa Clara again this year.  I'll post my raw notes.  Hope you find them helpful.
on Feb 28, 2012

Testing

Hello guys, This post reflects a thought around a case that I have been experiencing. There a lot of things that involves implementing a spec and one of them is that you need to guarantee that you are not exposing more than it is available on the Javadoc. There are a few static factory methods and no constructors, means public and protected, in our Javadoc scenario. So, you need to guarantee,...
on Apr 13, 2011

Mobility

Hi, this post will try to guide you to develope an BlackBerry+LWUIT easy sample using Netbeans 6.9. I was looking for a simple step by step guide to do it, but i found that many resources were removed, making the learning a little hard. But here i present a very simple and functional tutorial about this, enjoy it...   1. Download the JDE versions, I recommend 4.7.x (for Storm support...
on Nov 12, 2010
When the iPhone came to market, Sun Microsystems announced that there soon will be Java for the iPhone. They got stopped by Apple's licence terms, which ban both, interpreted languages and code written in other language than C, C++, Objective C and JavaScript. Lately I read in the news that Apple change the licence terms, and found a promising statement on Apple's web site, so now...
on Sep 10, 2010
Ian Bogost's recent article Flash is Not a Right highlights some new aspects of the debate about Apple's iPhoneOS development restrictions. I have a different opinion. I understand Ian's pain as a teacher. Programmers who aren't curious, don't like to explore varied languages and paradigms, are doomed to rank-and-file roles. But this is secondary. The purpose of computing is to serve the needs of...
on May 8, 2010

Accessibility

My name is Haim Michael, I am the General Manager for Zindell Technologies and I am an eternal student and a lecturer. I chose to develop the abelski web site for the benefit of all people world wide. I have started to develop it in November 2007 and I continuously update its courses and add new ones. All courses on this web site are available for free personal and academic usage.  The...
on Oct 4, 2010