Now Java can rent a car! This week we discuss Java turning 25 years old, and Oracle’s 25 greatest Java apps ever written. Listen to the end for Ken’s little guitar ditty about Java: worth it.
SlickUUIDs UUIDs to the rescue I recently decided to change our primary key strategy from an auto-incrementing Long to UUID (aka globally unique IDs). Early on in a project, this should be a relatively simple refactoring (neither the software nor any data has been released yet). First of all and most importantly, UUIDs provide uniqueness … Read More
Hierarchical Queries Hierarchical Queries and Oracle Not everything is as fun as the first time you discover the power of monads and for-comprehensions, or realize the state machine you wrote with pattern matching is super easy to read and follow! Some days its business as usual, which as a software developer means you’re usually trying … Read More
Episode 86 – which we 86'ed once but tried for again Ever have one of those Mondays? Joel Confino is out on assignment, and Ken is solo this week. He "recorded" episode 86 once, except that he didn't press RECORD. Sigh, silly programmer. Sponsored Link – Training update – Our two-day AngularJS Fundamentals training course … Read More
(Sorry for the delay between shows lately. It’s the summer, and I was away on vacation…) Especially THIS week, the opinions of Ken and Eric do not reflect the opinions of Chariot Solutions… Speaking of this week, here are the links, found also on delicious.com at delicious.com/developernews/23 Links you can use! Release Notes – Grails … Read 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