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DevNews #65 – Apple’s patent for touching glass with fingers is upheld?

Links A great presentation by Joe Sondow on the Netflix Asgard Project– a Grails application server that deploys to AWS. Highlights include: Obama for America used it to keep its sites rolling and alive Used to be Netflix Application Console It is only one of the open source projects on Netflix’s GitHub page. Reasons not … Read More

DevNews #45 – Rod Johnson leaves VMware, FuseSource acquired by RedHat, more…

Note – to view all of the links that made up this podcast, visit our Delicious show page at http://delicious.com/developernews/45 Sponsors Chariot Solutions Education Services – Training in Spring, Hibernate, Scala, Maven and more. Visit us on the web at chariotsolutions.com/education Events Scalathon 2012 News Rod Johnson Leaving VMWare Spring project infrastructure maturing FuseSource acquired by RedHat … Read More

ETE 2012 – Adrian Holovaty – Pjax and the next generation of server-side Web frameworks

From the abstract: Django co-creator Adrian Holovaty shares his ideas on the future of server-side Web frameworks. Are the current batch of frameworks getting long in the tooth? Should we really still be generating HTML from scratch on each page request? Can we automate some of the new best practices, such as Pjax? No Django … Read More

DevNews #27 – Java, Python and the Mobile Don

This week’s show includes BREAKING NEWS (we need some sort of web effect for this) – Apple is joining the Open JDK.  Should really mix things up. Oracle and Apple Announce OpenJDK Project for Mac OS X | Business Wire Apache threatens Oracle with Java exit • The Register PhoneGap Build Pyspread Django 1.3 Alpha … Read More

DevNews #25 – Java in Stasis? Applying a chainsaw, revving Hibernate and other saucy topics

Do you know why you’re binding those HQL parameters? Want to make the simplest AppEngine application in Groovy? How about learning about why you’re such a bad programmer (that includes all of us, according to the post). All this and more in today’s Developer News for Thursday October 7, 2010. The Future of Java: forking, … Read More

DevNews #24 – A triple shot of Python, RESTful Rails, and NoSQL GORM and Reddis

We’ve all been very busy of late.  Just got a chance to catch up and so we have lots to talk about in episode #24. Links Python Package Index : jellyfish 0.1.2 Pyjamas – Python Javascript Compiler, Desktop Widget Set and RIA Web … The Go Programming Language PostgreSQL: News: PostgreSQL 9.0 Final Release Available … Read More

DevNews #18 – HTML 5, Google CL, Spring Security Patch, and more

Today’s episode is #18.  We discuss a number of technologies.  LINKS, provided by the code snippet below! Git Reference Cloud Performance Comparison Pyro 4.0 released Google I/O 2010 – BigQuery and Prediction APIs Groovy++ in action: DSL for embedding HttpServer | Groovy Zone 11 Creative Ways to Avoid Becoming a Workaholic Groovy/Grails Talk – Adding … Read More

DevNews #17 – Roo, Gradle, Grails, Rails, Security and Cloud Backup

Our development news episode today is brought to you by the letter ‘C’.  C is for Cloud. Links: Using gradlew (the Gradle Wrapper) for Easy Gradle Execution: http://mrhaki.blogspot.com/2010/05/gradle-goodness-use-gradlew-for-easy.html Cucumber, a brief overview: http://www.lostechies.com/blogs/joeydotnet/archive/2010/06/01/cucumber.aspx Using OpenID authentication on App Engine: http://blog.notdot.net/2010/05/Using-OpenID-authentication-on-App-Engine What’s a plugin-oriented architecture (Grails plugins and web slices):  http://blog.springsource.com/2010/06/01/whats-a-plugin-oriented-architecture/ Using SpringSource Tool Suite 2.3.3.M1 with Roo … Read More

DevNews #15 – Macros, Compositional UI vs HTML/CSS, Python and Ruby goodness

It has been quite a dry spell in podcast land for the listeners.  We’ve been recovering from running Philly ETE last month, and are just starting to dig out.  Content will now start coming out in regular frequency again on the Techcast. *Phew!* This DevNews edition is more of a housecleaning of links than before. … Read More