Today’s applications are getting more and more distributed everyday, and it’s well-known that distributed programming is hard. There is another way though. Talip Ozturk explains how, with the help of Hazelcast, distributed programming can be easy and lots of fun. Filmed at JAX London 2013.
Creator of Griffon, Andres Almiray takes us on a tour of the Grails-inspired application framework that is bringing fun back to desktop development.
A first release of JDBC logging tool jdbcdslog is now available. This tracing tool for JDBC can be attached on […]
Twenty-four telecom operators have signed a formal memorandum of understanding, stating that they will come together to form the Wholesale […]
Software engineer and user interface designer Lukas Mathis, has published a blog calling for a back-to-basics approach in a current […]
The official website of the Vancouver Winter Olympics 2010 is using software platform JavaFX for displaying the medal history of […]