Update

I haven’t been writing for a while since I’ve been busy working on several things right now. First off, after a few months of job hunting, I’ve changed jobs, I’m now doing some Java contract work down in Pittsburgh. After 11 years at my old job, it was time to move on. The great thing […]

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Double the speed of (some of) your JSF pages (and dodge bugs too)

There was a thread on the JSF LinkedIn group about JSF performance and a number of people complained about the fact that as part of the restore view phase, JSF reconstructs the component tree including binding data to data tables causing unnecessary fetches of data from the database. This article looks at one way of […]

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Can Arquillian boost Java EE container quality?

Arquillian, JBoss’ foray into providing in-container testing for Java EE projects, could be used to give Java EE container developers the ability to test their containers using a set of tests based on expected Java EE behavior. Such tests will enable developers of the next generation of application servers to not only run unit and […]

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