BT
x Your opinion matters! Please fill in the InfoQ Survey about your reading habits!

QCon London 2015 Registration Open & Tracks Announced; March 2-6

by Diana Baciu on  Oct 14, 2014

The 9th annual QCon London (March 2-6) has been announced and registration is open! QCon London has become a mainstay conference for the UK and European software development community. This year continues in our tradition of practitioner-driven high quality content with 19 tracks and over 100 speakers. Register before Oct 22 & save £540.

Forrester Wave: Evaluating NoSQL Key-Value Databases

by Boris Lublinsky on  Oct 13, 2014 1

In their first Forrester Wave: NoSQL Key-Value Databases, released in Q3 2014, Forrester has evaluated the most popular NoSQL database offerings.

Alan Cooper Talks About Face 4 and Issues in UX Design

by Han Xu on  Oct 13, 2014

Alan Cooper shares his views on the state of UX Design and how the fourth edition of his book, About Face, helps designers address challenges such as flat design, wearable devices, and implementing goal-directed design.

Martin Thompson Discusses the Reactive Manifesto 2.0

by Harry Brumleve on  Oct 13, 2014

The second version of the Reactive Manifesto was announced at September's GOTO conference in Aarhus. Martin Thompson discusses the need for a revised version of the Manifesto and what its changes mean for the burgeoning reactive community.

Lessons Learnt Using Microservices

by Mark Little on  Oct 12, 2014

Several companies have reported their move to adopting Microservices. Recently Tom Livesey from startup Droplet has joined the discussions by posting several lessons they learnt when moving to that architectural approach.

SuperSocket: Making Socket Programming in .NET Simpler

by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 08, 2014 3

While HTTP programming in .NET continues to become easier year after year, Microsoft hasn’t been giving much attention to socket-based programs. This where open source projects such as Kerry Jiang’s SuperSocket comes into play.

JavaOne: Hazelcast Announce JCache Support, JCP Run

by Ben Evans on  Oct 08, 2014

Hazelcast announce their new 3.3.1 release, with JCache support, preview their technology roadmap and discuss their run for the JCP Executive Committee.

Herb Sutter on Modern C++ Essentials

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 07, 2014

At CppCon 2014, Herb Sutter gave a talk presenting the essential idioms of modern C++ programming. Here is a short summary.

A Look at MongoRepository for .NET

by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 07, 2014

Most of the open source projects we share with you on InfoQ increase the capabilities of another library or technology. MongoRepository is different in that it intentionally limits the capabilities of the underlying library. We’ll let Rob Janssen why it does this in his own words.

Spring Framework 4.1 Release Supports JCache (JSR-107) Annotations

by Abhishek Sharma on  Oct 06, 2014

Spring Framework 4.1 provides comprehensive support for JCache (JSR-107) annotations using Spring's existing cache configuration and infrastructure abstraction. The new release also supports JMS and performance enhancements and WebSocket refinements.

QConSF in 4 Weeks ‘DevOps @Google’ Keynote; Lambda Architecture Myths; Reactive Programmimg @Netflix

by Nitin Bharti on  Oct 06, 2014

81% of speakers, 100% of keynotes, and 100% of tutorials have been confirmed for the 8th annual QCon San Francisco 2014. All confirmed sessions are now live on our schedule. Register before Oct 18th and save $400.

Batch Updates Solve Long-standing Issue with Core Data

by Sergio De Simone on  Oct 06, 2014

Core Data batch updates, introduced in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, aim at fixing a long-standing limitation of the Core Data stack, as developers had been asking for many years. Let's review the problem that batch updates solve, how they work, and an alternative to them involving a rethinking of data normalization strategy.

AutoUpdater.NET: An Easy to Use Alternative to ClickOnce

by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 06, 2014

For applications distributed outside of the Windows Store, having an update mechanism is crucial. For roughly a decade ClickOnce was the standard approach used for .NET applications, but many still find it hard to customize and troubleshoot. So alternatives such as Ravi Patel’s AutoUpdater.NET were developed.

RubyMotion Releases Android Public Beta

by Tony Hillerson on  Oct 03, 2014

RubyMotion recently announced that its Android Support had entered public beta, which should allow early adopters to get started now developing for the Android platform. RubyMotion is a terminal based toolchain used to create native iOS, Mac, and now with this beta version, Android applications, using the popular Ruby language and tools.

Java One - Final Day and Community Keynote

by Ben Evans on  Oct 02, 2014

Summary of the JavaOne 2014 Community Keynote, including material dropped from the opening keynote.

General Feedback
Bugs
Advertising
Editorial
InfoQ.com and all content copyright © 2006-2014 C4Media Inc. InfoQ.com hosted at Contegix, the best ISP we've ever worked with.
Privacy policy
BT