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Panel: Modular Java

Posted by Alex Blewitt, Kevin Seal and Alex Buckley  on  Sep 08, 2010

Alex Blewitt, Kevin Seal and Alex Buckley answer Java modularity-related questions: when is modularity needed, how to address it, and what are the improvements in OSGi-based development.

Whither the Smartphone? Future Directions in Smartphones and Mobile Development

Posted by Adam Blum  on  Sep 07, 2010

Adam Blum discusses the current trends in mobile development and smartphones, trying to predict what will happen in this area over the next 5 years so a developer would know what to expect.

Cogs in the Machine: Testing Code Embedded in an Impenetrable Framework

Posted by Roy Osherove  on  Sep 07, 2010 2

Roy Osherove discusses the difficulties met when trying to test code embedded in a framework (cog), presenting several solutions to create unit tests for cogs, using Silverlight code as example.

Enterprise Mashups: Why Do I Care?

Posted by Ross Mason  on  Sep 02, 2010

Ross Mason discusses how to use enterprise mashups by applying a number of patterns, such as FeedFactory, Super Search, and Pipeline, in order to find new ways to benefit from existing enterprise data

Command-Query Responsibility Segregation

Posted by Udi Dahan  on  Sep 01, 2010 7

Udi Dahan discusses the Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) pattern, detailing on queries and commands, what they are and how they should be used in an asynchronous programming environment

Living and Working with Aging Software

Posted by Ralph Johnson  on  Sep 01, 2010 1

Ralph Johnson discusses principles, practices and tools relating to software development starting from already existing code which needs refactoring, maintenance, and sometimes architectural change.

The Craftsman Learns ... or Learning the Craft

Posted by Pete Goodliffe  on  Aug 31, 2010 1

Pete Goodliffe provokes his listeners to keep learning, offering advice on how to approach learning, what is valuable and what can be ignored, how to deal with new things, having a healthy attitude.

MongoDB @ SourceForge

Posted by Mark Ramm  on  Aug 26, 2010 2

Mark Ramm talks on why they chose MongoDB for SourceForge, how it compared to other possible solutions, the problems encountered, how they fixed them, overall lessons learned, and answering questions.

The Joy of Testing

Posted by John Hughes  on  Aug 24, 2010

John Hughes shows how to explore the bugs of a code by creating a series of tests in Erlang and using multiple test frameworks, discovering the faults and evaluating the frameworks while doing it.

Domain Event-Driven Architecture

Posted by Stefan Norberg  on  Aug 23, 2010 2

Stefan Norberg introduces Domain Event-Driven Architecture, how it helps SOA, and how it has been used by Unibet to make its architecture less coupled, resulting in better performance and scalability.

Auntie on the Couch

Posted by Enda Farrell  on  Aug 19, 2010 2

Enda Farrell discusses how CouchDB is used by BBC, presenting the context, the operations performed against it, how replication and compacting works, some statistics, and how it is used at scale.

Pragmatic SOA Beyond Buzzwords and Flamewars

Posted by Stefan Tilkov  on  Aug 17, 2010

Stefan Tilkov discusses SOA basic concepts by making a number of claims, such as “An ESB should not be at the core of your SOA”, followed by explanations and related recommendations.

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