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Real-time Java is a set of enhancements to the Java language that provide applications with a degree of real-time performance that exceeds that of standard Java technology.
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Other Articles in the Reloading Java Classes Series A video presentation “Do you really get class loaders” by Jevgeni Kabanov
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Earlier this year I wrote a build tool in java. The core idea at the time was to express the build in terms of functions and function composition.
So I finally got some time to sit down and write, after being knee deep in work the past month or two.
Last week I was at the LASER 2009 summer school on Software Testing. It was pretty interesting and one brief talk captured my attention.
Next Generation Java is not very different from today's Java
I ran into this article about "Next Generation Java Programming Style", at YCombinator.
August 10, 2009 by Stephan Schmidt
I have been working with Java since the mid nineties, and in that time, Java has gone from being a “fad”, the next “big thing”, etc, to becoming a widely accepted and deployed programming language in the business world. Being involved with Java for a long time has its share of ups and downs. On the plus side, you know and understand the very basic foundations of the language and its evolution, on the negative side you sometimes talk about stuff no one else has a clue about.
WS-Security provides a comprehensive set of security features for Web service applications, building on established industry standards for cryptography and XML encryption and signing. You can specify the features to be used for a particular application with WS-Policy and WS-SecurityPolicy, allowing clients of the service to configure themselves automatically to access the service.
Aliaksei Papou explores how components and design patterns such as the observer and State Machine make it possible to design an application such that it can grow and change according to your needs.
We often discuss Java limitations on IRC and try to come up with (sometimes silly) workarounds. Unfortunately after time passes it’s often easy to forget the outcome, and lose code snippets.
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