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Enterprise Integration Patterns Revisited in 2014

Today, I had a talk about "Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) Revisited in 2014" at Java Forum Stuttgart 2014, a great conference for developers and...

0 replies - 3551 views - 07/17/14 by Kai Wähner in Articles

Agile Is The New Black

Agile development seems like a way of life nowadays, with businesses and individuals implementing all kinds of frameworks across the board to promote agile...

0 replies - 4892 views - 06/13/14 by Whitney Baker in Articles

Agile Development in the Medical Device Industry

 By Martin Bakal, WW Offering Manager - Electronics Industry, IBMFor a decade or more, software teams have benefited from agile development methods where...

0 replies - 4015 views - 08/16/12 by Martin Bakal in Articles

Video: DevOps & IBM with Pete Marshall & Peter Spung

It seems that concepts related to DevOps are starting to become more mainstream.  This interview, featuring IBM's Pete Marshall and Peter Spung at Innovate...

0 replies - 2316 views - 11/26/11 by David Pell in Articles

Daily Dose: The End is Nigh - IBM Builds Cognitive Computing Chips

The brilliant engineers and scientists over at Cyberdyne Systems IBM introduced the "first computing core that combines digital 'neurons' and on-chip...

2 replies - 25224 views - 08/18/11 by Ross Jernigan in Daily Dose

Daily Dose: CouchDB 2.0 Released, introduces UnQL

On Friday, the second version of the Couchbase Server was revealed. The new server should "be easy to install and manage, and will bring new indexing and...

0 replies - 17960 views - 07/31/11 by Ross Jernigan in Daily Dose

Daily Dose: Apple Sued By iCloud Communications Over iCloud Name

Less than a week after Apple introduced the iCloud service at the WWDC, Arizona-based iCloud Communications filed a trademark infringement suit against them....

0 replies - 12555 views - 06/12/11 by Jim Moscater in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - VirtualBox Update from Oracle

The Oracle VM VirtualBox has reached version 3.2.12.  The virtualization app for x86 hardware just received about 20 bugfixes fixing stability issues, 64-bit...

0 replies - 22018 views - 12/03/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - A Few More Thoughts From James Gosling

Darryl Taft wasn't the only one who got an interview with the Father of Java this week.  The authors of the Basement Coders blog also got Gosling to do a...

0 replies - 22419 views - 09/23/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - DTrace Co-inventor Leaves Oracle

Yet another great developer has left Oracle this week.  Bryan Cantrill, the co-inventor of DTrace, gave a heartfelt farewell to the company he joined in...

2 replies - 17107 views - 07/26/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - Apache Elects New Board

At today's annual ASF members meeting, the attendees voted for the next board of directors.  Returning board members include Doug Cutting, Roy T. Fielding,...

2 replies - 15373 views - 07/19/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - Push Notifications: Standards Coming

Real time alerts are a wonderful convenience in today's native apps, but now the W3C wants to bring this functionality to web apps.  This week they formed a...

0 replies - 16322 views - 07/01/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - HP Trumps IBM in Server Revenue

For years, IBM has been at the top of the server game, but a new study by Gartner says that HP is the new leader in server revenues.  In Q1 of 2010 HP...

0 replies - 16211 views - 05/26/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - Clang++ Gets a "Boost"

This week, Clang++, the C++ front-end compiler for the LLVM, had its first successful Boost regression test run.  Boost is a collection of open source,...

1 replies - 15724 views - 05/21/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - IBM Stops Disclosing Number of U.S. Employees

IBM has recently stopped providing breakouts of the US employee numbers in its annual report.  The company has shown steady hiring outside of the US,...

0 replies - 22831 views - 03/16/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - EU Expected to Approve Microsoft-Yahoo Team-up

EU Expected to Approve Microsoft-Yahoo Team-up   The EU is set to approve the search outsourcing deal between Yahoo and Microsoft, reports Reuters.  The...

0 replies - 17719 views - 02/17/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - IBM has the Most Patents, but Microsoft's Could be Worth More

IBM has the Most Patents, but Microsoft's Could be Worth MoreFor the 17th year in a row, IBM has gotten more patents than any other company.  The computer...

0 replies - 19362 views - 01/20/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Enough with the Gimmicks! Let's Evolve

Mark Lines is a Co-founder of Unified Process Mentors who also works on IBM's worldwide advisory board for methods.  He's familiar with almost every flavor of...

0 replies - 2619 views - 01/08/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles

BPMN 2.0 Getting Broad Support: Final Spec Due in 2010

Business Process Modeling Notation is "one of the most widely adopted modeling standards for business analysis," according to Richard Mark Soley, the...

0 replies - 5658 views - 12/21/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News

DZone Daily Dose - 2009/12/18

Ubuntu Founder and CEO Passes the TorchMark Shuttleworth, the founder of Ubuntu Linux is stepping down as CEO.  Effective March 1st, Shuttleworth's departure...

0 replies - 10348 views - 12/18/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose