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Whats new in Drools 5 video and Q&A session
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 08 Mar 09

Last week (very late night my time) we had a "webex" online seminar talking about what is new in Drools 5, followed by a question and answer session.

Distributed programming is simple and fun - Hazalcast
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 08 Mar 09

Normally people thinks that distributed/clustered things are so complicated, need tones of configuration and require lots of product specific knowledge. This Hazelcast screencast is aiming to show how simple and fun distributed programming can be. In this screencast we will:

  • downloa...

  • Intro to Grails with RESTful Web Services
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 18 Feb 09

    This presentation discusses some of the fundamental concepts of Grails and dives into an example that demonstrates how to build RESTful Web Services with Grails.

    Building a high volume, low latency system in Java
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 06 Feb 09

    The "Coding the Architecture" User Group is community for hands-on, pragmatic software architects. Join th is meeting, which will feature discussions on high volume, low latency systems in Java.

    The "Coding the Architecture" User Group is community for hands-on, pragmatic software architec...

    Java AND .NET
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Java and .NET represent the lion's share of enterprise development. In this In-the-Brain session we learned how the two environments can interoperate with one another, not only over web services, but also via in-process channels and other methods. The session also convered leveraging the strengths of...

    The Next Step in Unit Testing and Java & SOA
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Java developers have widely adopted test first software development strategies. Unit test frameworks for Java, Web services, Ajax, REST, Service Oriented Architecture, and Flash/Action Script show the diversity of adoption among Java developers. In this session, Frank will take Java developers throug...

    Mule: SOA or IRL?
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    There are a number of publications talking about the benefits of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and an equal number of papers and articles suggesting that the aims of a SOA are a little too theoretical. SOA cannot be implemented, they claim, so they suggest a few workarounds. This session will...

    Reliable database/messaging transactions without 2PC
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Rob Purcell and Manoj Bajaj of UBS will give a talk on, reliable database/messaging transactions without 2PC

    Performance Tuning
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Kirk Pepperdine will give a talk on Performancing Tuning, Kirk Pepperdine is a principle consultant for Kodewerk where he has focused on performance tuning. He has been involved with object technologies and performance for almost 20 years

    Concurrent and Multicore Haskell
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Ganesh Sittampalam will present the Haskell User Group and will talk about Concurrent & Multicore Haskell and about the Haskell User Group

    RabbitMQ and ruby
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Ben Hood kindly offered to step in and talk about some work he\'s been doing with RabbitMQ and ruby. The outline is:

  • Characterize the motivations behind messaging in Ruby applications.
  • Touch on the current approaches that have been taken.
  • Look at what AMQP offers in general.
  • D...

  • Ajax and JSF: Natural Synergy
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    With the emergence of Ajax as a preferred way of building web user interfaces, JavaServer Faces (JSF) has proved itself to be a natural fit for integrating Ajax with Java sever-side logic. JSF allows you to build Ajax applications without worrying about the complexities of JavaScript and DHTML. Howev...