I went to Agile 2013 last week in Nashville to look for answers on how Agile development ideas and practices could help more with high integrity, high assurance development; scale to handle large projects and programs; and improve the working...
I came across an interesting problem not so long and that I think is worthy of a post as I could not find anything meaningful about it online when I came across the problem.
I wanted to create a computed property for each state that would update as deals are created. I wanted to do this but there was a problem. The deals states are not static and are in fact created by the user and as such, not known until runtime. The only way to create a computed property for each state was to do it at runtime.
I did a quick google but nothing came back so I had a look at the ember tests to see how they were testing computed properties and came across examples like this...
Cloudant's BigCouch and Apache CouchDB... the merge that took a while: The two merged thousands of lines of Erlang to update Apache CouchDB with the modifications Cloudant has made to its core database software.
According to a survey from Zero Turnaround Apache log4j is the leading Java logging framework. This was actually a very interesting survey. It shows SLF4J is most often used as a logging facade with 61%.
Zza! is a single page application for ordering pizzas, salads and drinks.
It's built on the BMEAN stack:
Breeze client-side data modeling and data accessMongo server-side document-oriented databaseExpress server-side web application framework on nodeAngular client-side presentation frameworkNode server-side platform for web applications
Breeze works well with Microsoft technologies as we've demonstrated many times. It also works well outside the Microsoft ecosystem. To drive that point home, this sample has ...
no C# no ASP.NET no Web API no IIS no Entity Framework no SQL Server
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Java: Still the Most Popular Programming Language ADT Magazine Java may still be getting bad press when it comes to (mostly consumer) security, but it continues to be the world's most popular software development language.
Java developers are valuable resources in the IT industry. Many companies have software that is currently written in Java or they would like to be written (Become a #Java developer by learning Java's strengths and weaknesses.
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