Non-tech explanation of what SOA is.
Information on how I would rebuild Android API.
release candidate for bootstrap 3 splash
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Although it's nice to have the capability, I'd rather avoid this if possible because SOAP is just one of many interface options. If I have to do wrappers I would just use the interceptors available in EJBs.
automatically sync ALL the nodes.
Can't wait for 3.8 to be released. The three I like are
try with resources, catch with multiple exceptions and
Wish they had representation where I live. See folks, just don't give up, eventually your party will win.
I don't mind the idea of losing the concept of a free running car in the city as long as I still have my own individual pod rather than mushing myself with other people, that I can just go whenever I feel like and I can still have my freedom outside the city.
Although GPL and compatible licenses are good for the most part, it is not feasible to use in an industry where code is considered a trade secret. GPL is even worse off for clients and suppliers for services as they have to be wary about any code changes they are doing as they may be forced to disclose their work to the public if they do not do things carefully.
This would be useful to evaluate an XPath to a specific node in a tree.
information on how to set up security constraints on JEE
Information on how to use the zip/jar file system provider of JDK7
Port of openjdk (the Open source version of Java 7 for Mac)
Useful for writing requirement documents.
This provides useful information for those who want to write a simple C++ program in Visual Studio 10, in my case Visual Studio Express 10, without having to deal with DLL problems on the resulting system.
Instructions on how to move BZR to GIT works most of the time, there are some cases where it does not work, but I didn't really delve much into it.
Looks almost like Natalie Portman at the end.
Found this while researching on Origami. Sad story, but very uplifting as well.