Calling Java from Scala is as easy as it seems (part 2)

by Ed Stewart • No Comments

Calling Java from Scala is as easy as it seems (part 2)

In part 2, we look at how user-defined functions are used to create solutions to unique problems and how the charting functionality in JMSL lets you visualize results...

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Agile will never die

by Roy Sarkar • No Comments

Agile will never die

Is there any value in saying Agile is dead? From the mouths of our own people, here's a concise way of reframing the discussion...

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Tools, tools, and more tools – Klocwork 2016.1 released

by Walter Capitani • No Comments

Tools, tools, and more tools – Klocwork 2016.1 released

Why use two tools when one will do? The latest release of Klocwork provides the answer...

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Is calling Java from Scala as easy as it seems? (part 1)

by Ed Stewart • No Comments

Is calling Java from Scala as easy as it seems? (part 1)

As a Java developer exploring Scala, I am relating what I found when trying to learn this language through calling a familiar Java library (JMSL)...

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ActiveMQ: To Abort or AckAbort?

by Justin Reock • No Comments

ActiveMQ: To Abort or AckAbort?

Understanding the mechanisms behind ActiveMQ's destination policies (AbortSlowAckConsumerStrategy and AbortSlowConsumerStrategy) to terminate connections to slow consumers - and how to choose the right one...

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The open source tipping point – is your enterprise prepared?

by Roy Sarkar • No Comments

The open source tipping point – is your enterprise prepared?

How do you handle the realization that open source has become a long-term maintenance and update committment...

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Static Analysis

Tools, tools, and more tools – Klocwork 2016.1 released

May 25, 2016, Walter Capitani - No Comments

Tools, tools, and more tools – Klocwork 2016.1 released

Why use two tools when one will do? The latest release of Klocwork provides the answer...

Software Security

Where the world talks security – RSA 2016 recap

March 15, 2016, Larry Edelstein - No Comments

Where the world talks security – RSA 2016 recap

It seems that everyone attending RSA was looking for ways to mitigate their security vulnerabilities and keep their products, employees, customers,...

Coding Standards

Application security increasingly difficult to achieve

January 2, 2015, Chris Bubinas - No Comments

Application security increasingly difficult to achieve

More effective strategies and tools, such as static code analysis and code refactoring solutions, are absolutely essential if firms are to protect their apps in an increasingly fraught environment...

High Performance Computing

Thoughts on GPUTech 2016

April 29, 2016, Martin Bakal - No Comments

Thoughts on GPUTech 2016

Marty Bakal, dynamic analysis product manager, tells us what he saw at GPUTech 2016 recently...

Open Source

ActiveMQ: To Abort or AckAbort?

May 10, 2016, Justin Reock - No Comments

ActiveMQ: To Abort or AckAbort?

Understanding the mechanisms behind ActiveMQ's destination policies (AbortSlowAckConsumerStrategy and AbortSlowConsumerStrategy) to terminate...

Software Testing

Defeating testing is ultimately self-defeating

September 23, 2015, Roy Sarkar - No Comments

Defeating testing is ultimately self-defeating

The Volkswagen emissions scandal reminds us of an important question: is independent testing good enough...

Embedded Software

Recap: Embedded World 2016

March 8, 2016, Amanda Boughey - No Comments

Recap: Embedded World 2016

We had a great week exploring and speaking with visitors at Embedded World 2016. Here are a few of our key takeaways from the show...

Analytics & Data Mining

Calling Java from Scala is as easy as it seems (part 2)

May 31, 2016, Ed Stewart - No Comments

Calling Java from Scala is as easy as it...

In part 2, we look at how user-defined functions are used to create solutions to unique problems and how the charting functionality in JMSL lets you...

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