In this talk at JAXconf 2012, Lincoln Baxter III, Senior Software Engineer at the legendary Red Hat, talks about URL shortening and re-writing and how it can affect the productivity, usability, and security of your applications. Java EE is already the perfect solution for complex business/enterprise systems and provides all the tools and foundations required to deliver scalable, performant applications for a wide variety of customers and clients. But how does the end user experience stack up? How easy is it to navigate through your Website? Is your code full of nasty navigation logic? Are your links clear, transparent, and informative? Do you find yourself adding ‘?query=parameters’ in order to serve dynamic content from your application? Can you ensure that you are no
We talk with the leader of JBoss’s technical direction about their most recent big release and JBossWorld 2012
The bookend to Red Hat Summit is the announcement of ‘The JBoss Way’ – a clever remarketing of the JBoss Developer Framework
The Red Hat enterprise news keeping coming in thick and fast. Now, Apache solution specialists FuseSource will join their middleware division
Straight out of Boston, Red Hat reveal the business model behind their cloud platform, but aren’t leaving behind free Java cloud hosting entirely.
Linux distributor and open source giant Red Hat is riding high financially, but their Q1 results have disappointed some Wall Street analysts.
More than a year on from the last big release, the JBoss community’s set of Eclipse plugins gets a well-needed update in 3.3. Their no-fuss distribution, Developer Studio 5.0 gets a final release too
Red Hat have yet again made a cloud announcement – this time letting JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 go GA
With a final release set for the end of June, a sneak peek at JBoss Tools and Developer Studio is now available through a release candidate
The latest framework release is all about education, easing developers into the world of JBoss and Java EE 6 technologies
The world of Arquillian gets another new component – this time linking up for Spring Framework testing
Its our opinion that Testing is Development; were not doing our job as programmers if we cannot ensure that our code is working as advertised. To that end, CDI has been a tremendous step forward for Java EE as a simplified POJO-based component model. Of course, CDI beans become such only within the context of a CDI Container, and that infers both starting a server and deploying into it. Until now, that work has been the responsibility of the developer; with the introduction of the Arquillian testing framework, these concerns can safely be put aside.
Red Hat revealed the roadmap for their PaaS OpenShift, detailing some innovative plans to garner more enterprise plaudits. Find more within…
JBoss’s Mark Little: “Java is a lot more ready for Mobile and Cloud than some people might want you to believe”
From JAX 2012 in Mainz, Diana Kupfer talks with JBoss technical leader Mark Little about the state of Enterprise Java and the new PaaS solution from Red Hat, OpenShift. His conclusion: “Java is a lot more ready for Mobile and Cloud than some people might want you to believe”