This presentation showcases some of the many features of Groovy. How the flexibility of the language alongside other JVM languages can be used to give flexibility in your software architecture and allow your system to avoid some of the baggage of large scale development.
What do deployment pipelines look like when your system consists of 10s of different types of services? How do you know what to test before deployment? Should you release a service at a time, or bunch them up? This talk goes into the nitty gritty of managing build,test and release of micro services and also […]
Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group for Oracle, Mark Reinhold, shares on the revolutionary release of Java 8 and shares insights into what can be expected from Java 9, Java 10, and beyond at JavaOne 2014.
Developing freemium which involves open source software (OSS) is not a trivial task. From one side, you need to prevent premium code from working in your free modules, and do it gracefully – without errors and performance degradation. From other side, your OSS core must be easily accessible to the premium modules.
Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services, located in Garland, Texas is looking for a candidate to join our world-class engineering team as a Software Engineer.
The Java EE 7 platform has four new components (WebSocket, JSON-P, batch, and concurrency), three that are significantly updated (JAX-RS, JMS, and EL), and several others that bring significant changes to the platform.
This talk discusses Vaadin and Google Web Toolkit, but it’s primary focus is hybrid applications. A relatively new approach to building web applications, hybrid apps combine elements of client-side and server-side development. The benefits of both styles of development are compared, equip with several use-cases and examples, before the advantages of this new hybrid approach […]