The new year has started, with it comes one of the last opportunities to look back at 2010. So what happened, what did I try out, what did I like and what didn’t I like. I also want to have a short look at what you liked, based on the number of visitors.
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Spring seems to be all over the place today. Interesting projects just seem to keep coming out of their development machines. Hard to keep up. In my previous blog I had a look at the spring-social project. In this blog post I’ll have a go at the spring-mobile project. I’ll go through the things you [...]
Some days a go I wrote a blogpost about Learning Mongo. Of course I did not stop learning. As a good habit, I wrote down the next things I learned and played around with. That is what this blogpost is about, next steps in the learning process of Mongo. This post mainly focussus on [...]
One of the technical fashionable terms is NoSQL. That is not really the reason why I wanted to have a look at it, but still it is a good reason to at least have an understanding of what it is. The best way to do this is to try it out. Together with Allard [...]
I am a experienced maven user. Sometime I love it, sometimes I hate it. I like it a lot better than ant, but in some situation you would like maven to be easier and more descriptive. The past year there was a lot of fuzz about Gradle. This would give you the best of ant [...]
In my previous post, “Using JMX within a spring application“, I talked about monitoring your application with jmx. I discussed exposing beans with spring. At one of my current projects I am having problems exposing jmx through the default jmxrmi protocol. In his whitepaper about jmx, Allard mentiones another protocol, jmxmp. Spring has support for [...]
I have just upgraded the wordpress software to version 3. It all seemed to work fine. However I noticed errors in the archive pages. Therefore I wanted to upgrade to the latest and greatest atahualpa theme that I use for my blog. I should not promote it to much, or else everybody else starts using [...]