Category Archives: java
LiveRebel 2.0 is here.
We at ZeroTurnaround are releasing version 2.0 of LiveRebel today! What is LiveRebel about, dude? LiveRebel 2.0 is an out-of-the-box solution to end slow, inefficient production deployment processes that often happen at 3 AM by overworked operations staff. With LiveRebel, now every single update is: online transactional 100% reversible fully automated instantaneous in case…
The future of Java – a community perspective
Ah memories I’ve started my interaction with Java a long time ago – in 1998 (*), when a friend of mine show me thr good ‘ol Borland JBuilder and how to write Swing applications. I was using a very very old computer that I bought a day before that and my first compilation took 30…
Open Source GeoServer now coding Java at light-speed using JRebel for free.
Quite a while ago we decided to give free JRebel licenses to valuable F(L)OSS projects. GeoServer is one of them: GeoServer is an open source software server written in Java that allows users to share and edit geospatial data. Designed for interoperability, it publishes data from any major spatial data source using open standards….
How the Suits should assign tasks to Geeks
Not unlike the great zebras and lions of the wild, the “Suits” (Marketing, Sales, Creative) and “Geeks” (Dev, Ops, Infra) in an IT company often face misunderstandings. When highly-technical and less-technical employees in a fast-growing tech shop like ZeroTurnaround need to accomplish something jointly, good communication is clearly necessary, but it’s not a one-sided thing….
JRebel and OSGi: Use the right tool for the right job
Often when discussing OSGi at events, conferences or forums, we hear things like, “Yeah, I like JRebel but now we are using OSGi”, or “Does JRebel support OSGi”, or “Isn’t OSGi the same as JRebel?”. Sometimes it happens that people start comparing OSGi to JRebel, which is kind of like comparing a Ferrari to a…