The fundamental goal of each software developer is to build and deliver the right software that satisfies their customers. A software developer that wants to succeed, must be a professional focusing on a positive outcome of the project. He needs to find the right balance between building the right software and building the software right. […]
After many months of development, Spring 3.1 has been finally released. The release is shipped with some exciting features like caching abstraction, bean profiles and container configuration simplifications. However, in this blog post I will describe my top 5 enhancements of Spring MVC 3.1. Rafał BorowiecDevelopment Manager and Java Developer at Aspire Systems Poland. Open […]
It’s of the highest importance to present information in an understandable way. Users of applications shouldn’t waste their valuable time figuring out the meaning of information. A great example is displaying date and time values to the user. Let’s assume you would like to show some operation took place just a couple of minutes ago, […]
InfoShare 2011, the free IT and new media conference in Gdansk, is over. I was there for the first time, mostly because of the technological track, including Adam Bien’s “Java EE 6 And Best Practices With Nothing But Code – Live Hacking” and his workshop “Java EE 6 – Productivity With Joy!”. Bottom line conclusion: […]
How to profit from the new Ehcache Annotations for Spring? As a Java developer you would like to know, don’t you? ehcache-spring-annotations – licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 – is a project that simplifies caching in Spring based application using popular Ehcache library. Version 1.1.2 of ehcache-spring-annotations has been released only recently. In this […]
On daily basis we use Eclipse as a primary IDE for developing Java applications. We also are tightly coupled with Apache Maven as our main project management tool. A well known plugin that integrates Apache Maven into Eclipse is m2eclipse. One of its main features is the integration with Web Tools Project (WTP). In this short […]
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