The flow of my JavaOne 2014 experience had each day getting progressively less demanding. Day zero was an eight hour class. Day one was booth duty, a session , EG meeting, and a BOF. By day two, Tuesday, my involvement had reduced to presenting one session, participating in the Hackergarten and meet the experts areas, and a panel discussion.
The day began by co-presenting a session with Heather...
on Oct 9, 2014
Update 1: added content about Greg Wilkin's Async IO session.
The first real day of the conference began with session one of two obligatory Oracle booth duty assignments. Our booth had two foci: showing off Java EE 7 using the Cargo Tracker Blueprints Application and providing insight into our plans for Java EE 8. To spice things up a bit and perhaps draw some people in, I brought along my kit-...
on Oct 7, 2014
I estimate that this is my 15th or 16th JavaOne. I started in 1998 or 1999 and missed 2003 due to the birth of my first son. Aside from that, I haven't missed one since. I consider myself very blessed to have taken a small part in such a long and fun ride. To add blessing on top of blessing, this is the fourh JavaOne at which I have had the honor to teach a class at Java University. My good...
on Sep 28, 2014
Since begin of the time, the man need to do exchanges of goods materials or services, began with simples goods exchanges. In this time, already has necessity to start the standardization process, the first step was using metals as gold, silver and bronze becoming to representative money today. Nowadays with large number of e-commerce and automation of finance market and another systems that take...
on Aug 25, 2014
There are occasions when you need to know how much space a particular data structure is taking. You may have seen my recent newsletter about Java "sizeof" implementations which allow you to do that. Finding which sizeof to use was one of my first tasks after joining Nexmo, a telecom startup (though seeing as it's already one of the global leaders in SMS volume and application-to-person messaging...
on Oct 7, 2014
It’s been a while since I’ve featured a more technically focused post on this blog, so I’ll try to remedy this today. One of the things that became obvious fairly quickly when we released Magnolia 5 in summer 2013 was that most users, when creating custom apps, create so called Content Apps. In other words, and not so surprisingly, people still use Magnolia as a content management system. This...
on Sep 28, 2014
Once upon a time, I published one article explaining the principle to build Stateless Session. Coincidentally, we are working on the same task again, but this time, for a multi-tenant application. This time, instead of building the authentication mechanism ourselves, we integrate our solution into Spring Security framework.
This article will explain our approach and implementation.
on Sep 7, 2014
Alexis Hassler (@alexishassler) is a software developer, specialized in Java and Java EE. He is using JBoss since version 2.0, more than twelve years ago. His business is to code for other companies or help them to improve the way they develop and deploy Java applications. He is co-leader of LyonJUG and helps to organize Mix-IT, an annual conference in Lyon.
He recently concluded a WildFly...
on Aug 29, 2014
Around 3 months ago, I have posted one article explaining our approach and consideration to build Cloud Application. From this article, I will gradually share our practical design to solve this challenge.
As mentioned before, our final goal is to build a Saas big data analysis application, which will deployed in AWS servers. In order to fulfill this goal, we need to build distributed crawling,...
on Aug 28, 2014
JBoss EAP 6.3 is now available!
This release brings continued progress on the road to making EAP the most manageable and secure Java EE 6-compliant Application Server for traditional and cloud based workloads. It also continues the core themes of the EAP 6 major version family of better user experience, improved manageability, and enhanced performance.
Where to download ?
For current customers...
on Aug 7, 2014
This is the seventh part (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5) of a multi-part video series where Lincoln Baxter (@lincolnthree), George Gastaldi (@gegastaldi) and I are interactively building a Forge addon to add Java EE 7 Batch functionality. So far, here is what different parts have shown:
Part 1 showed how to get started with creating an addon, add relevant POM dependencies, build and...
on Aug 7, 2014
When people ask me what am I doing, my immediate response is IT. Even though, the answer is not very specific, it is the easiest to understand and it still helps to describe what we are doing. In fact, it doesn't matter what programming languages we use, our responsibility is to build the information system, which deliver information to end-user. Therefore, we should value information more than...
on Aug 2, 2014
Red Hat's JBoss Data Grid is an open source, distributed, in-memory key/value data store built from the Infinispan open source software project. Whether deployed in client/server mode or embedded in a Java Virtual Machine, it is built to be elastic, high performance, highly available and to scale linearly.
JBoss Data Grid is accessible for both Java and non-Java clients. Using JBoss Data Grid,...
on Jul 24, 2014
This is the sixth part (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5) of a multi-part video series where Lincoln Baxter (@lincolnthree) and I are interactively building a Forge addon to add Java EE 7 Batch functionality.
Part 1 showed how to get started with creating an addon, add relevant POM dependencies, build and install the addon using Forge shell, add a new command batch-new-jobxml, and add --...
on Jul 23, 2014
Are you using WildFly ?
Any version of JBoss EAP ?
Would you like to help us define how the Web Console for future versions should look like ?
Help the Red Hat UX Design team shape the future of JBoss EAP and WildFly!
We are currently working to improve the usability and information architecture of the web-based admin console. By taking part in a short exercise you will help us better understand...
on Jul 18, 2014
Web Development Tools
Photo credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/unnamed1/154240269
Content Management and related tools have long been about much more than just content management. You might find yourself strategising around managing not just your content, but also the
- customer experience
- visibility and flow across different channels
- multiple domains
- and much more
In this post, I’d like to spend some time...
on Aug 26, 2014
Why you should write small libraries that do one thing well, over on my real blog at timboudreau.com
A response to Eran Hammer's The Fallacy of Tiny Modules.
on Aug 24, 2014
The Acteur async web framework has grown some new features over the last year. A really, really simple way to write small, scalable REST servers.
on Aug 24, 2014
Redis is a NOSQL database written in C. The Remote Dictionary Server is a key-value data base whose the storage is in memory, then the write and read will fastest way, but which difference between Redis and Cache? What does happen when the database fall down? Will we lost the all informations?
The main goal of this article is talk about the Redis and show an open source project, the redis-...
on Aug 1, 2014
Tired of JavaFX Scene Builder being run in a separate process? Fed up with no real integration between your favorite IDE and JavaFX Scene Builder? There may be a solution heading towards you. Follow this small series of blog entries to join me on my journey towards an embedded JavaFX Scene Builder in NetBeans.
Welcome back (you did read the first three parts of this series?)!
Ok, having done a...
on Jul 28, 2014