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Model-driven Development in the Context of Technical SOA

Posted by Michael Rauch and Christoph Gutmann  on  Sep 08, 2013

Michael Rauch and Christoph Gutmann explain how Eclipse Modeling technology is successfully applied to establish forward engineering in the domain of technical SOA. Modeling and code generation help them to drive standardization, increase quality and portability, reduce development effort and gain insight into dependencies.

Effective Use of FindBugs in Large Software Development Efforts

Posted by Bill Pugh  on  Mar 28, 2012 2

William Pugh explains how to use FindBugs, a Java static code analysis tool, to discover bugs. The talk covers general issues regarding code bugs with advice on how to make sure you get rid of them.

Orion: Software Development in the Browser

Posted by Boris Bokowski  on  Sep 26, 2011

Boris Bokowski introduces Orion, a web-based development tool, explaining its design principles: integrating several Internet technologies, such as HTTP, REST, JSON, OAuth, OpenID, and others.

Visual Studio v. Eclipse: a Comparison of Automation Tooling

Posted by Ian Goodsell  on  Jul 18, 2011 2

Ian Goodsell presents the methodology for creating Eclipse and Visual Studio-based toolkits, and introduce Visual Studio Pattern Automation Toolkit, a toolkit for toolkit developers.

The Private Cloud: Amazon, Google, ... and You!

Posted by Jon Brisbin  on  Nov 11, 2010 5

Jon Brisbin tells the story of how his company of 30,000 employees moved from an ancient system to making their own private cloud based on vSphere, tcServer, RabbitMQ, and a REST framework over the period of one year. He presents the minimum requirements needed to create such a cloud, underlining the advantages brought by virtualization, parallelism, and asynchronicity.

Modular Web Applications with OSGi and the RFC66 Web Container

Posted by Rob Harrop  on  Apr 11, 2010 2

In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Rob Harrop provides a tutorial on creating effective modular web applications for OSGi and the RFC66 Web Container. Topics include the design and modularization of web applications, extending web applications dynamically using standard OSGi features, and using the OSGi Web Container (RFC66) to deploy web applications on an OSGi platform.

What’s New in dm Server 2.0?

Posted by Ben Hale  on  Mar 04, 2010

Ben Hale demoes what’s new in dm Server 2.0. In the Programming Model: using web bundles instead of web modules, using SLF4J/LogBack instead of Log4J, using Plans besides PARs, the Integrated ConfigAdmin. Runtime changes: remote repository for dynamic bundle download, improved web-based admin console, SSH-enabled command line console, unified username/password store.

Building Modular Web Applications with OSGi

Posted by Rob Harrop  on  Feb 18, 2010 3

In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Rob Harrop discusses OSGi in the enterprise, OSGi basics, modularity in OSGi, import-package, require-bundle, the problem of split packages, import-bundle, Bundlor, demos of OSGi bundle usage, RFC 66, dm Server, the blueprint service, OSGi services, demo of building an OSGi-based Spring MVC web application, OSGi configuration admin, and dynamic updates.

Case Study: RESTful Web Services at Orbitz

Posted by Alex Antonov  on  Jan 07, 2010 7

Alex Antonov explains why Orbitz needed to ditch Jini and Java serialization in favor of REST and Protocol Buffers. Most of the presentation contains a demo of a sample application using these technologies to handle client-server requests/responses.

What's New in SpringSource Tool Suite

Posted by Christian Dupuis  on  Dec 29, 2009 2

In this presentation from SpringOne 2009, Christian Dupuis discusses the SpringSource Tool Suite (STS), the philosophy behind STS, the requirements behind STS, the STS 2.1 and 2.2 featureset, several demos of STS capabilities, Groovy and Grails, Spring 3.0, autowiring, namespaces, REST, cross-cutting annotations, AJDT, Spring Roo, Cloud Foundry, tc Server, dm Server, VMWare, and the STS roadmap.

What's New and Exciting in JPA 2.0

Posted by Mike Keith  on  Sep 29, 2009

Java Persistence API (JPA) 2.0, introduced with Java EE 6, adds in and specifies fully many things which were missing in JPA 1.0. This presentation discusses several features of JPA 2.0 such as advanced locking, enhanced query language, a shared cache API, expression/criteria API, property standardization, more flexible object modeling and more advanced O/R mapping support.

Managing Mixed Java & .Net Development Projects

Posted by Giles Davies & Richard Erwin  on  Sep 10, 2009

Giles Davies and Richard Erwin explain how to work in a mixed development environment containing .NET and Java projects by using Team Foundation Server to manage the process, source code, versioning, tracking, building, and reporting and using Visual Studio and Eclipse as IDEs.

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