Oracle Java 6, first released over 6 years ago, has now received its final public update. Update 41 addresses several security concerns, mostly regarding the web browser applets part of Java. There will still be updates available for Java 6 if Continue reading
Great developer tooling is very important when building real and complex systems. Developer tooling can be crucial for productivity, as well as providing important information when fixing problems. Tools can help with building quality solutions using automated checking and best Continue reading
It’s busy again in San Francisco: with Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne together it seems like everyone wears a conference badge. JavaOne is organized a bit different over last year, it now has more focus on Java.
Well, it’s the end of June, and that means it’s time for the annual Eclipse release train to come home! On last Wednesday, Eclipse “Indigo” shipped, 62 projects released simultaneously , over 46 million lines of code.
A little while ago, “Uncle” Bob Martin respun a little debate regarding code coverage (measurement of code executed at least once when testing). According to Uncle Bob, 100% test coverage is a minimum requirement. In our industy, that is a Continue reading