Java EE 7 comes with a few interesting enhancements, some of which were directly driven by the need for a better Bean Validation integration. This talk provides you a better idea on how to benefit from the Java EE 7 enhancements in your application or framework.
Walkmod is an open source Java tool to apply code conventions. It scans the code and instead of just reporting the invalid source files, it corrects the code automatically. This video is a short introduction to Walmod by Raquel Pau.
This video includes a short talk about “What every Java developer should know about the Java Memory Model.” presented at the Toronto Java Users Group. This presentation starts at 6:46.
This sessions shows how to use SceneBuilder and JavaFX to rapidly prototype, evolve, and deploy exciting embedded UIs for the Internet of Things (IoT). It explores using SceneBuilder’s integration with your favorite IDE to enable quick and seamless UI development and deployment to OSGi-based embedded systems, no wires, no muss, no fuss, just beautiful UI […]
This presentation provides an introduction to Cascading, an open source application development framework that allows Java developers to build applications on top of Hadoop through its Java API.
Test-Driven Development (TDD) is much easier to do in Java if you’re using proper tools. With bad tooling, the TDD process can be tiring and frustrating. This presentation shows how Pragmatists developers use TDD in their daily practice at (over 5 years of experiences) and presents some tools that support it. It also discusses some […]
Java’s Calendar and Date classes are long in the tooth. Many developers up till now have used 3rd party frameworks like JodaTime or built-in support in Groovy to manage any respectable date and time handling. JSR-310 is the new DateTime API that is based on JodaTime. It was lead by the same developer of JodaTime […]