My latest laptop, a Dell XPS 15 9550, is a charm. For nearly one year I’m using it now, it never failed. Its screen is gorgeous, its autonomy allows me to write software while commuting in the morning and in the evening and yet there is still plenty of juice to go on for a 2-3 hour duty during the night.
In this webinar, Sven Peters @svenpet shared some thoughts about git workflows used at Atlassian.
Hadoop data-mining swiss army knife
Shaping the future of web development
Practical RESTful persistence
Java 8 and beyond
Fault tolerance made easy
Oracle stated success factors
Now that I am a little rested from three frantic days in Antwerpen, I’ll start to structure my notes and write summaries about presentations I attended at Devoxx 2012.
This is my summary of a BruJUG conference given bar Uberto Barbini about “How to boost your object-oriented programming with functional programming”.
The two presenters were Bert Ertman and Paul Bakker, both working for Luminis, Bert being an official Oracle Java Champion.
Here is another article on a BeJUG conference. This time, Sander Mak, software developer and architect at Info Support, The Netherlands, gave us an overview of two concurrency frameworks: Fork/Join and Akka.
History and status
So here is my second post. This time, I cheated a little. As I was sick at the conference time, I had to catch up with the recording of the presentation that BeJUG team put on parleys.com. Big thanks to them!