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This review covers both Core Java Volume I--Fundamentals (9th Edition) and Core Java, Volume II--Advanced Features (9th Edition). Both books are part of the Prentice Hall Core Series.I actually got Volume II first and liked it so much I ordered Volume I. I felt like I was missing the f...
It’s springtime and there is a buzz in the air.  The API Management market place is heating up.  Businesses are seeing the value in exposing data.  In the world of Healthcare IT, the drive to accelerate electronic health record adoption collides … Read more >T...
Last year the Open Data Center Alliance published an excellent whitepaper that defined the concept of “cloud-aware” applications.  The ODCA paper sets forth the following recommendations: Everything is a Service Use RESTful APIs Separate Compute and Persistence Design for F...
I wanted to create an autocomplete textbox in a SharePoint app recently by using terms from the term store.  Since retrieving items from the term store can be a bit involved I wanted to show you the steps involved.  This solution make use of jQuery UI Autocomplete.  The ...
By BobGourleyFriends at Coversant have just released a new white paper capturing use cases, architecture, and lessons learned of their next generation communications and collaboration platform, SoapBox Server. This system is the key to deploying scalable, fast, highly interoperable, se...
While Eclipse IDE is not the best one for JavaScript developers, it’s the most popular IDE among enterprise Java developers. If an enterprise Java developer needs to start developing in JavaScript, the first question comes to his/her mind is “Can I stay with my familiar Ecl...
Over the past several weeks I’ve been working on some content I’m excited to finally share with you through a series of blog posts. This series will introduce you to Windows Phone 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective. Through the course of the series ...
Cloud solutions are evolving rapidly with users eager to easily leverage the underlying infrastructure. Platform as a Service (PaaS) is one option that help developers meet their needs. Typical cloud computing conferences feature a large contingent of pay-to-pay sponsors who are look...
You don’t have to be a pre-cog to find and deal with infrastructure and application problems; you just need good monitoring. We had quite a day Monday during the EC2 EBS availability incident. Thanks to some early alerts—which started coming in about 2.5 hours before AWS started repo...
As a developer, if you have ever looked for information on how to query search in SharePoint, there is a good chance that you have ran into one of my articles.  I’ve been writing about how to query search in a variety of different ways since 2007.  They have always been some ...
Over the past several weeks I’ve been working on some content I’m excited to finally share with you through a series of blog posts. This series will introduce you to Windows Phone 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective. Through the course of the series ...
Dave Demming talking tech education from SNW Spring 2013 By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audi...
HDS Claus Mikkelsen talking storage from SNW Fall 2012 By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio ...
I was a little wary of this book when I first saw it. No real specific red flag came up, just the general thought of yet another TDD book that magically unlocks agility.The author caught me by surprise as I started to read the book. He starts off with the way we need to change our view...
  Over the past several weeks I’ve been working on some content I’m excited to finally share with you through a series of blog posts. This series will introduce you to Windows Phone 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective. Through the course of the serie...
Welcome to Web Services! To join a new trend of marketing code, which can not only organizations but also workers and savvy developers, chalices developed code used to exchange various data applications and services them benefits. What Web Service A unit of managed code that can be acc...
Introducing Josh Apter and the Padcaster By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and video cont...
This is the third time (and hopefully final) I am writing this post about building Client Web Parts (App Parts) for SharePoint 2013 with Visual Studio 2012.  This is largely due to the Office Developer Tools going through a few iterations (Preview 1 and Preview 2).  I don’t w...
I have a session coming up at SharePoint Summit Toronto this year about the many different ways you can query search.  Whenever I am working on a new talk, it is customary for me to write blog posts about my examples so here it is. :)  I first learned how to query SharePoint ...
Over the past several weeks I’ve been working on some content I’m excited to finally share with you through a series of blog posts. This series will introduce you to Windows Phone 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective. Through the course of the series ...
CSC requires an Oracle SOA Services Developer with the following hands-on experience:
Jason Macy, CTO   Forum Systems, IncIntroduction
Farley Flies into SNW Spring 2013 By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and video content her...
Talking with Tony DiCenzo at SNW Spring 2013 By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and video ...
SNIA Spring 2013 update with Wayne Adams By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and video cont...
Just came across this helpful infographic at WP Template with the most popular WordPress plugins. If you are new to WordPress or long time user, it is always helpful to see what others are doing. The list with the links … [Read more]Related Posts:WordPress Multisite – Setup...
SNIA's new SPDEcon conference By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along with other audio and video content here) as well as...
Conversation with Justin Stottlemyer of Shutterfly and object storage discussion By Greg Schulz Now also available via This is a new episode in the continuing StorageIO industry trends and perspectives pod cast series (you can view more episodes or shows along ...
The Office Developer Tools team snuck a new feature into the RTM version of the tools for Visual Studio 2012.  This new feature allows you to deploy apps and actually alter the search schema on the host web.  That’s right.  You can deploy an app and it will directly chan...
CGI has posted is an Application Engineer position with the US Coast Guard's REST-based SOA team. It's a
Last week, there have been few important feature releases from Amazon. Apache CloudStack proudly announces its graduation to Top Level Project. There were also some new releases from StackMob, Scalr and Appcelerator. Here’s a quick sum up of Cloud happenings over the last week. To...
A frequent question about the Axway/Vordel API Server is "Is it possible to orchestrate multiple calls to different APIs or Web Services?".
In 2012 AWS released their Storage Gateway that you can access and try for free here using either an EC2 Amazon Machine Instance (AMI), or deployed locally on a hypervisor such as VMware vSphere/ESXi. About a year ago I did a storage gateway post (First, second and third impressions) w...
Over the past several weeks I’ve been working on some content I’m excited to finally share with you through a series of blog posts. This series will introduce you to Windows 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective. Through the course of the series you...
Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently added EBS Optimized support for enhanced bandwidth EC2 instances (read more here). This industry trends and perspective cloud conversation is the second (looking at S3) in a three part series companion to the AWS EBS optimized post found here. Part I ...
I’m at a workshop on annotation at Harvard. Philip Desenne is giving one of the keynotes. NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small matters. Paraphrasing badly. Not running a spellpchec...
Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently announced global availability of Elastic Block Storage (EBS) optimized support for four additional Elastic Cloud Computing (EC2) instance types. The support enables optimized performance between standard and provisioned IOP EBS volumes and EC2 instanc...
Over the past several weeks I’ve been working on some content I’m excited to finally share with you through a series of blog posts. This series will introduce you to Windows 8 development from an Android developer’s perspective. Through the course of the series you...
A recently released infographic from CloudCheckr sheds quite a bit of light on the importance of expert advice when an enterprise decides to deploy to the cloud. When AWS made Trusted Advisor free for the month of March, they took that opportunity to conduct an internal survey of thei...
Colorado Springs, CO, March 26, 2013 --(PR.com)-- XTIVIA, Inc., a Liferay Platinum Partner and the 2012 Liferay North America Partner of the Year, is a proud Silver Sponsor of the Gartner Portals, Content & Collaboration Summit 2013, Booth 411, taking place in San Diego, CA on Apr...