In this video from NEScala, Chris League will investigate the facilities in various languages for higher-order programming-in-the-large. Scala developers often borrow from Haskell, but what more can we learn from the ML family?
A key decision in building and managing any development team is agreeing on how ownership of the code will be divided up: who is going to work on what code; how much work can be, and should be, shared across the team; and who will be responsible for code quality.
The topic on open source now is very programming tutoring oriented and might not really be of interest if you work in a construction site. But think of it like this, what if there were some free ways to actually make your construction work easier?
I ran into an interesting problem today. I was working with the first project where we legitimately needed Solr soft commits and in testing my configuration I wanted to prove to myself that the soft commits were performing as expected.
As the Big Data hype machine continues its relentless attempt to gobble everything in its path, new business units and entire new domains buying into the promise find themselves faced with unanticipated data volume and complexity.
I am excited to share the news that MuleSoft has acquired ProgrammableWeb. This combination brings together the world’s most widely used integration platform with the world’s most authoritative voice and community for APIs.
Some time ago(actually quite a long time ago now) I was playing with CMIS using Apache Chemistry, Camel, Talend… and created a camel-cmis connector. And recently this component reached camel trunk, so here are some example how it can be used.