More and more software development is moving to the cloud and web.
In version control, Git is certainly the very best available today.
Atmosphere’s Broadcaster concept makes it quite easy to plug in any Cloud technology.
Bean Validation 1.1: more about an incremental evolution than a revolution.
Two problems I’ve seen a number of times are accidental coupling and poorly defined message semantics.
How to design and implement applications targeted to a cloud platform.
IcedTea-Web attempts to fill in some of the parts that OpenJDK does not supply.
There’s been interest recently in better ICEfaces support, and PrimeFaces support, so that’s what 1.10 ended up being about.
Merging fills both our gaps 1-2 years faster than we would have been able to individually.
TeamWall helps agile Teams to get continuous code feedback.
We’re quite excited about PrimeFaces 3.0, it’ll be the implementation of our vision for PrimeFaces.
Using GMaps4JSF, the JSF developer can create rich Maps with just a few lines of code.
We allow teams to fully define their own processes be they Scrum, XP, DSDM, Lean, Waterfall or some hybrid and then we allow them to regularly reflect on their processes, improve and change.
Amazons announcement gave us the opportunity to make the web-based IDE of eXo Platform easily available.