I very rarely use ‘Run’, because it simply does not offer much value compared to ‘Debug’ during development. If using ‘Run’ and then there is a problem, I have to ‘Debug’ anyway, why not ‘Debug’ from the beginning? It is simply not an efficient way to work for me. Or I’m missing something?
You may have seen our recent poll about the world's greatest programmers - maybe you gave an opinion! Well, the results are in, and we've created this infographic to help you visualize the rankings as determined by DZone's audience.
In one of my last posts I explained how you get started with SwitchYard on WildFly 8.1. In the meantime the project was busy and released another Alpha2. A very good opportunity to explore the quickstarts here and refresh your memory about it.
Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Vladimir Šor, co-founder and CTO of Plumbr.
If you missed anything on DZone this week, now's your chance to catch up! This week's best include a tutorial for getting started with Play Framework 2.3.4, a look at ARM mbed, a developer's guide to data science, the rise and fall of NoSQL, and more.
Previously, Actuate’s Daniel Melcher shared his thoughts on the differences between consumer and enterprise mobile apps and identified some trends in mobile app development. Today, he writes about the tools, techniques and expectations mobile developers need to succeed.
We’re at a point where many developers are shifting their focus from consumer apps to enterprise apps. The characteristics of consumer apps are very different from enterprise apps, so mobile developers need to shift their mindset, not just their focus.
The Internet and social media have changed – disrupted, really – many industries, including the software business. Many software vendors, both startups and established players, are responding by adopting a “freemium” model.
Actuate recently invited four industry experts to discuss the future of creating the next generation of data-driven applications and how they are influenced by open source and freemium software (Part III).
A lot of people are getting interested in IoT, but it's not always the easiest thing to get started with. That's where the Eclipse Foundation's announcement from JavaOne comes in: the Internet of Things is now quite a bit more Java-friendly.
Eclipse has a great user interface (UI). But what if I want to do things from the command line, without the GUI? For example to build one or more projects in the workspace without using the Eclipse UI? With this, I can do automated check-outs and do automated builds.
Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Itamar Haber, Chief Developers Advocate at Redis Labs.