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Links 1 through 10 of 46 by Justin Mason tagged java

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'platform for event-driven, scalable, and fault-tolerant architectures on the JVM' .. Actor-based, 'let-it-crash', Apache-licensed, Java and Scala APIs, remote Actors, transactional memory -- looks quite nice

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'Preconditions, postconditions, and invariants are added as Java boolean expressions inside annotations.'  nice

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ie. the same value as the PHP bug. 'Konstantin [Pressier] reported this problem to Oracle three weeks ago, but is still waiting for a reply.' good job, Oracle!

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1. made him take an effective pay cut; 2. removed decision authority on Java; 3. he felt Oracle was "ethically challenged". also: 'he felt the hand of Larry Ellison in nearly all the decisions affecting Java'; “He’s the kind of person that just gives me the creeps,” he said. “All of the senior people at Sun got screwed compensation-wise. Their job titles may have been the same, but their ability to decide anything was just gone.” he doesn't pull any punches. oh dear, this is all adding up...

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classic presentation from Paul Tyma of Mailinator regarding the java.nio (event-driven, non-threaded) vs java.io (threaded) model of server concurrency, backing up the scalability of threads on modern JVMs

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explaining Lift's code-free "display only" templating system. I like it. Very similar concept to WebMake's "scraped templates": http://webmake.taint.org/doc/scraping.html , nearly 10 years old now!

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'a Java framework made by Web developers. Discover a clean alternative to bloated enterprise Java stacks. Play focuses on developer productivity and targets RESTful architectures.'

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'A variable-length format for positive integers is defined where the high-order bit of each byte indicates whether more bytes remain to be read. The low-order seven bits are appended as increasingly more significant bits in the resulting integer value. Thus values from zero to 127 may be stored in a single byte, values from 128 to 16,383 may be stored in two bytes, and so on.' UTF8-ish compression, used in Avro

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'SoftReferences are the cheap, crappy caching mechanism [...] perfect for when you'd like your cache to be cleared at random times and in random order.'

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