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Udi Dahan on Event-Driven Architecture and Loosely Coupled Systems

by Jan Stenberg on  Apr 14, 2014

We should build systems more loosely coupled to achieve properties like robustness, resilience and scalability, Udi Dahan emphasizes in a recent presentation discussing how we can model our systems using more event-driven and asynchronous patterns and some of the challenges developers face when introducing these principles and patterns into development.

QCon New York Update: 60/100 Speakers; Gilad Bracha, Netflix Keynotes Confirmed (Jun 11-13, 2014)

by Nitin Bharti on  Apr 11, 2014

Gilad Bracha, Co-Author of the Java Spec, and Dianne Marsh, Director of Engineering at Netflix have been confirmed as keynote speakers for the third annual QCon New York (Jun 11-13, 2014). The tutorials schedule has been finalized and the preliminary conference schedule is now live. New speakers are being added daily to the conference website, with more than 60/100 speakers already confirmed.

Secure Coding for the Android Platform

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 11, 2014

CERT Secure Coding team, part of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, have recently released secure coding guidelines specific to Java's application in the Android platform. InfoQ interviews Lori Flynn, one of the researchers who authored them.

MongoDB 2.6 Release - An Interview With Kelly Stirman

by Alex Giamas on  Apr 10, 2014

MongoDB needs no introduction for NoSQL users. Kelly Stirman, Director of Product Marketing at MongoDB is answering questions about the latest stable 2.6 release. Storage fragmentation, index intersection, full text search and MongoDB in enterprise are discussed. Finally, we have more info about one of the most watched and voted feature requests at MongoDB jira tracker, collection level locking.

Spring Boot Goes GA

by Dan Woods on  Apr 10, 2014 1

Pivotal, last week, announced the first general availability release of the Spring Boot framework.

iBeacon Device Maker Estimote Releases 1.3 SDK with UUID Customization

by Sam Taha on  Apr 10, 2014

Estimote, a maker of iBeacon devices, has released a new version of their mobile SDK that allows developers to build contextual computing solutions using small Bluetooth low energy (Bluetooth LE or BLE) beacons called “motes”. These devices are capable of broadcasting BLE signals that can be detected by compatible smartphones to enable a variety of micro-location services.

JCP Members Voting No on JSR-48 WBEM

by Victor Grazi on  Apr 09, 2014

London Java Community and other JCP members will be voting "no" on JSR 48 WBEM Service Specification, a set of APIs for Web-Based Enterprise Management.

Mobile Usage Report Highlights Trends and Shifts in Mobile Device Use

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 05, 2014

Mobile analytics firm Flurry has issued a report analyzing time spent on mobile devices by the average US consumer between January and March of 2014. This is the second such report that Flurry issues, allowing for an interesting comparison year to year showing, among other things, that mobile devices are changing the way the web is consumed.

WinRT Apps Move Slightly Closer to Being Enterprise Ready

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 05, 2014

A major limitation of WinRT apps in the enterprise has been the licensing model. In the past companies were asked to setup an Active Directory or pay 3,000 per hundred computers for side-loading keys. As part of the Windows 8.1 Update that requirement has been considerably softened.

AlchemyAPI and The State of Deep Learning

by Alex Giamas on  Apr 04, 2014 1

AlchemyAPI recently announced a taxonomy and a sentiment analysis API based on deep learning that can help transform digital content into ad inventory. IBM, Yahoo, Microsoft, Facebook, Google and others are working in the deep learning space. We take the high level view of what deep learning is all about and what are the key advances throughout the past months in the field.

Google publishes FarmHash, a new family of hash functions for strings

by Sergio De Simone on  Apr 04, 2014

Google has just announced FarmHash, a new family of hash functions for strings. FarmHash is a successor to CityHash, from which it inherits many tricks and techniques. FarmHash has multiple goals and claims to improve CityHash on several accounts.

IDC: The Past, Present and Future of HTML5

by Abel Avram on  Apr 04, 2014

The recently released IDC study, The Evolving State of HTML5 by Al Hilwa, Research Director for Application Development, attempts to evaluate the advances made so far, the current state and takes a look at the future of HTML5 as a unifying web platform.

Highlights from Build 2014’s Second Keynote

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 03, 2014

Today felt like a day of housekeeping. Mostly it was about promoting products from preview/beta to production status. There were some big revelations around opening sourcing Roslyn the formation of the .NET Foundation, but even these were just doing what the community has been asking for all along.

Spark Gets a Dedicated Big Data Platform

by Charles Menguy on  Apr 03, 2014

Spark users can now use a new Big Data platform provided by intelligence company Atigeo, which bundles most of the UC Berkeley stack into a unified framework optimized for low-latency data processing that can provide significant improvements over more traditional Hadoop-based platforms.

Android/iOS Testing with Devices as a Service

by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 03, 2014

As new combinations of hardware, operating system version, and carrier customizations continue to proliferate, testing mobile devices has grown increasingly challenging. Perfecto Mobile’s solution to this is their “Devices as a Service” offering called MobileCloud. Rather than purchasing all of the devices you need for testing, MobileCloud allows you to rent them on an hourly or monthly basis.

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