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OpEd: Yammering about Scala, Java, and Winning

This is an opinion piece that represents the views of the author, and does not represent the official stance of Chariot Solutions. But sometimes it is fun to weigh in on the news of the day. There has been quite a dust up in the blogosphere about Yammer’s decision to switch from using Scala to … Read More

TechCast #67 – Ryan Campbell of CloudBees on Dev@Cloud and Run@Cloud

In this episode, Ryan Campbell joins Ken to talk about the CloudBees development platform, Dev@Cloud, and Java runtime platform, Run@Cloud.  Dev@Cloud can host private maven snapshot and release repositories, your GIT or SVN version control, and hosted Jenkins CI testing. For information about CloudBees or about the platforms, including hosted Hudson and open source CI … Read More

DevNews #38 – The world is changing (a bit) and more

This week we catch up with all of the world’s news in what normally is a quiet August. Then we discuss some new releases in the Firefox world, the new Java Lambda decision, Java 7 features, and a warning about Java 7 and Lucene. Hosts:  Jason Gtitman and Ken Rimple Show Notes Lamba decision for … Read More

Painless Java Desktop Application Development with Griffon, MigLayout, and IntelliJ

As Java consultants and developers, a very large percentage our projects are web applications. We have become accustomed to depending on MVC web frameworks, and almost take for granted that at some level, we will be handling HTTPServletRequests, providing HTTPServletResponses, and deploying our applications to either a servlet container or a full J2EE server. Every … Read More

TechCast #55 – Interview with Boris Bokowski on Eclipse e4

Today we speak with Boris Bokowski, a committer on the Eclipse Platform UI project, and a Senior Software Engineer at IBM.  His participation in Ecilpse dates back to Eclipse 1.0, when he coded the CVS client for the IDE. We discuss Eclipse e4, an incubator for new technologies on the Eclipse project.  There are several … Read More

DevNews #10 – Lots of Spring and Java today

As always, social bookmarking on delicious.com for the devnews delicious.com/developernews/10 However, here are the links… Links: EIP ‘Loan Broker’ Reference Implementation (Part 1) | SpringSource Team Blog Guillaume Nodet’s blog: Spring-DM, Aries Blueprint and custom namespaces Ehcache 2.0 Offers Grails Integration & Scaling Without Code Changes | IndicThreads Why doesn’t (JPA, JMS, JTA, EJB, JSF, … Read More

DevNews #5 – Clojure, Charting, Scripting is Groovy…

Sponsorship:  Our sponsor this week is the Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise conference.  Early bird registration is extended – get your tickets this week – more information, including our schedule, is available at phillyemergingtech.com.  Speakers include Uncle Bob Martin, Michael Cote, and many, many others. You can find the articles we’ve bookmarked at Delicious.com.  Our URL … Read More

DevNews #3 – Rails 3 online seminar, NoSQL, Grails and Flex, Grails Testing, and more!

Chariot Developer News episode #3 – February 1 2010 News Links: You can follow all of our links on Delicious.  Head over to delicious.com/developernews/3 for the details. Disclaimers: The opinions expressed by Ken and Brent do not necessarily form policy decisions at Chariot, for the US State department, or in the Federation of Planets… Ah, … Read More

Where is Java Headed?

Welcome to 2010! As a way to start the new year, Joel Confino, one of our architects and future blog contributor, sat down for an interview to discuss his opinions on Java’s future course. As you will hear in this interview, there are more options as Java is maturing. We will be exploring some of … Read More