Category Archives: java
Agile 2009 is not just for Agile coaches or project managers. About one in three participants qualify herself as a developer or a technical leader. And the program reflects that. Amongst the activities that might interest fans of the Java: … Continue reading
(or Maven Doesn’t Suck™) My colleague David recently wrote a controversial post on Maven and what is wrong with it. As his neighbour in a cramped office room, I feel compelled to give my own opinion about it. Which fits … Continue reading
A few weeks ago saw an excellent evening at Google’s: JavaCampParis4. Quite a few people showed up, maybe partly out of curiosity for the famed Google offices (around 60 people in total, much more than previous editions). Google obliged by providing a … Continue reading
A fun evening last Tuesday at the Paris Java User Group. It was the first year anniversary, so special events were planned. The highlight was the introduction of ALL French JUGs (all created shortly after Paris JUG was). More than … Continue reading
I am very excited to let you know that my colleague Anthony and I are organizing a BarCamp related to Java programming and everything that goes around it. Quite a few people have registered already. A lot of the topics … Continue reading
Interesting day at Open Source eXchange, a conference organized by Xebia and SkillsMatter. It was fun meeting Wendy Devolder (now CEO of SkillsMatter) formerly from Valtech (I worked with her at Valtech London back in 2001-2002) and Michael Isvy (with … Continue reading
My Fit plugin for Hudson and the translation into French got approved for the GAP program. This means I am going to receive money from Sun! I am going to be rich, rich, rich! Err… not quite. Once the 30% … Continue reading
It was fun going going this evening to La Cantine to meet some of the speakers for Google Developer Day Paris. I only heard about the conference last week, much too late to register (they are apparently expecting 600 people?!). … Continue reading
Like everyone else, we are interested in new frameworks to design richer web interfaces, usually known as RIA – Rich Internet Applications. Most people will agree that there are three big contenders, but they all have limitations: GWT, though my … Continue reading
I just came back from 3-week holidays, and I am still coming to grips with all the news that I had missed. Among them, GWT 1.5 is finally stable! The biggest feature is compatibility with Java 1.5. This is great, … Continue reading
I have only mentioned once Sonar in the past on this blog. I should do that more often, as it is truly a great tool. If you read French, please check out my report on a presentation that Freddy Mallet, … Continue reading
Another successful night with Paris JUG on Concurrency & Performances. For once, we had a guest star: Kirk Pepperdine, a seasoned practitioner of projects with performances issues (he worked on Cray machines, yes sir!). He managed to attract the largest … Continue reading
Spring provides useful types for creating lists of values. However, it is not as good for merging lists. Here is an option.
Fact to know: though it does not say so in the documentation, Sonar requires a fairly recent version of Maven. Version 2.0.4 failed, but 2.0.8 worked.