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5 Common Automized Software Quality Metrics (with Pros & Cons) | Javalobby

5 Common Automized Software Quality Metrics (with Pros & Cons) | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
1. Source Lines of Code (SLOC)

Counting lines of
code is probably the most simple method. It mostly indicates the scale
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Will the future be written entirely in JavaScript?

Will the future be written entirely in JavaScript? | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Much maligned, JavaScript is nonetheless one of the most used languages for browser friendly applications. Could its move to the server side make JavaScript all-pervasive?
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Adapt agile to build a better business

Adapt agile to build a better business | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Agile methodologies hint at a way to implement business change incrementally -- and thereby establish true business agility.
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Why People Fail With UML Diagrams | Architexa – Working with Large Codebases » Blog Archive

Why People Fail With UML Diagrams | Architexa – Working with Large Codebases » Blog Archive | Java Arch | Scoop.it
UML and UML tools seem to always be getting a lot ofUML LOGO bad press. This might be the result of developers not utilizing them for their intended purposes.
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Configuración Maven POM para reportes en el Sitio de Documentación - Java & Arch Blog

Configuración Maven POM para reportes en el Sitio de Documentación - Java & Arch Blog | Java Arch | Scoop.it

Mostrar las configuraciones básicas y específicas que se requieren en Maven para mostrar un sitio de documentación completo.

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CI with GitHub, Bamboo and Nexus | Javalobby

CI with GitHub, Bamboo and Nexus | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
This is the first in what will be a series of posts on how to
establish a continuous delivery pipeline. The eventual goal is to have
an app that we can...
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Using Maven to Generate Wrapped or Non-Wrapped SOAP Bindings | Javalobby

Using Maven to Generate Wrapped or Non-Wrapped SOAP Bindings | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
For a given WSDL, there are several different ways to generate Java web
service code (CXF, Axis2, etc..). And depending on certain settings
within the...
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JavaOne 2012: The Road to Lambda | Javalobby

JavaOne 2012: The Road to Lambda | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
One of the presentations I most eagerly anticipated for JavaOne 2012 was Brian Goetz's "The Road to Lambda." The taste of Lambda at last night's...
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Android Client for Chef: Cyllell | Javalobby

Android Client for Chef: Cyllell | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
TL;DR; – Download it here.
When you have a server estate the size of DataSift
you need a configuration management platform to keep...
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Sonar's Quality Alphabet | Javalobby

Sonar's Quality Alphabet | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it

Sonar (by
SonarSource.com) is getting more and more popular among developer teams.

Sonar’s Alphabet is not a user manual. It’s a reference to help you learn (and teach others) some basic terms and words used in the world of Sonar.

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John Allspaw Discusses DevOps and Continuous Delivery | Javalobby

John Allspaw Discusses DevOps and Continuous Delivery | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
This is the second in a series of interviews on continuous delivery,
this time with John Allspaw. You can see the first one, with Jesse
Robbins, on the...
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Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore DevOps | Server Zone

Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore DevOps | Server Zone | Java Arch | Scoop.it
DevOps is a huge movement in IT at the moment. It applies lean
practices across an IT organization. While Agile has promoted lean
practices in the...
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Clinker - Software Development Ecosystem

Clinker - Software Development Ecosystem | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Integrated Software Development Ecosystem. Based on Open Source tools.
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Adapt agile to build a better business

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Agile methodologies hint at a way to implement business change incrementally -- and thereby establish true business agility.
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Introducción a Scala

Diapositivas de la charla introducción a Scala del JavaDay 2012 del Colombia JUG... por @dh44t Mario Arias

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How To Earn Trust When You Are Not Worth It | Javalobby

How To Earn Trust When You Are Not Worth It | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
A major idea of agile software development is that developers
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javaHispano - Podcast - JavaHispano Podcast - 064 - Test de aplicaciones (Parte 1)

javaHispano  - Podcast - JavaHispano Podcast - 064 - Test de aplicaciones (Parte 1) | Java Arch | Scoop.it

Del archivo de javahispano ... pero muy bueno:

 

. En esta ocasión vamos a realizar una tertulia sobre test de aplicaciones

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Tutorial: Getting Started With Scala and Scalatra - Part III | Javalobby

Tutorial: Getting Started With Scala and Scalatra - Part III | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
This post is the third on a series of articles I'm writing on scalatra.
In "part I" we created the initial environment, and in "part...
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Lambda in Java 8: A fundamental change in how Java programs are developed

Every dominant programming language on the market today leverages the powerful idea of closures, except for one. The one that's lagging behind? It's Java, and for years it seemed like nothing would get done about it.

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Avatar as Alternative for Java Server Faces (JSF) and JavaFX? – JavaOne 2012 | Javalobby

Avatar as Alternative for Java Server Faces (JSF) and JavaFX? – JavaOne 2012 | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Project Avatar was announced at JavaOne 2011. After no further
information until JavaOne 2012, some new information was announced at
this year’s...
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DAO Layer - Generics to the Rescue | Javalobby

DAO Layer - Generics to the Rescue | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Generics can be a powerful tool to create reusable code with the power of compile time verification (type safety..).
Unfortunately I feel the main...
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Continuous Enterprise Development in Java

Continuous Enterprise Development in Java | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Take a use-case approach to effective Enterprise Java development. This practical book shows you how to perform continuous development, using a testing platform the authors built with the JBoss community.
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Integración Continua: Promociones y Líneas de Producción - Java & Arch Blog

Integración Continua: Promociones y Líneas de Producción - Java & Arch Blog | Java Arch | Scoop.it

Explicación del concepto de promociones y pipelines en Integración Continua

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