Month: February 2009

Eclipse Banking Day

A couple of weeks back I attended Eclipse Banking Day in London. The day was devoted to talking about various Eclipse technologies with a focus on how these technologies can be applied to the financial sector. My particular interest was in BIRT of which there were two talks. The first […]

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Code Dojo VII: Return of the JTanks

In early December we held another Code Dojo. We wanted to build on the successes of the last dojo and to make a few small improvements and changes. It seems that staying away from randori style is much more liked by everyone, so we didn’t want to move too far […]

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REST and the Holy Grails

The “hip” style grates a bit, but Andrew Glover has posted a nice intro to Grails and REST. Apropos as we’ve been experimenting with Groovy at our dojos and we are considering Grails for a backend service.

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We’re Not Alone – CI Woes

Mozilla have some of the same problems we do with continuous integration. And IMVU had them, but claim to have solved them. Good to know we’re not alone! Luckily screenshots and Hudson are starting to help us get a greener build, and we hope to add machines to the farm […]

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