The fourth #GeekListener is out! So what was awesome in software development world? Well from the most loud events I can recall just one – CA World. These guys talked a lot about integration of technologies and software in all business.
Now we can continue with the main part of the digest – TWEETS OVERVIEW!
George Watt quotes Otto Berkes…
The most successful businesses know that to win in any business, you need to be in the software business – @OttoBerkes #CAWorld
— George Watt (@GeorgeDWatt) November 19, 2015
Well, I don’t want to disappoint George and Otto, but drug dealers in Venezuela have high revenues even without official twitter accounts. And I think they don’t plan to open e-commerce shops in the nearest future.
Bruce Eckel motivates to action!
With certainty, you stay in one place. Only doubt can move you forward.
— Bruce Eckel (@BruceEckel) November 20, 2015
Do you still have some doubts regarding a deployment of your app in the production this Friday? Indeed?! You must do it, only this will move you to Monday through wasted weekends.
Btw me and a lot of my friends have read the java book written by Bruce and we want to give him a BIG RESPECT!
Outstanding news by Stefan Tilkov!
“AngularFaces … combines the expressiveness of JSF with the simplicity and power of AngularJS” – my dream came true https://t.co/0fF1MBDn0e
— Stefan Tilkov (@stilkov) November 20, 2015
AngularFaces… Are you seriously? What’s next? React Server Pages?! Just imagine somewhere in 2016:
– Hello, I’m recruiter at CoolSoftServices Inc. We are looking for experienced backend developer as you. By the way, do you use ReactSP?
– Hmm… Sorry, I need to go…
Our next newsmaker is Jimmy Heller!
Jimmy, I totally agree! But I’m scared that JavaEE has no future until the last EJB isn’t substituted by a Spring Bean! In that day I’ll raise a glass of champagne for the Spring community!
Marc Wilczek makes a prediction!
>500 zettabytes will be generated by all people, machines, and things by 2019, up from 135 ZB in 2014. #Bigdata #IoT pic.twitter.com/TMHNC01CMw
— Marc Wilczek (@MarcWilczek) November 22, 2015
And we can’t ignore this tweet. Because all of us make a small contribution, for this to become a reality! I write these fucking digests, you read them and then share in social networks, meanwhile somewhere in South Korea uploading a new StarCraft replay to YouTube…
I also decided to publish some useful tweet. And Tomasz Dziurko helped me with this.
New blog post: "One and the only one reason to customize #IntelliJ #IDEA memory settings" – https://t.co/CBi7TNQKxP #java #IDE
— Tomasz Dziurko (@TomaszDziurko) November 23, 2015
Many SEO specialists for sure envious to Tomasz’s post. A lot of infographic, diagrams which illustrate competition of different Intellij IDEA configurations. All this is a warranty of a successful article. I definitely like it!
Breaking news from UI world.
#Scala.js has a brand new website! Come and check it out at https://t.co/nsMSCbIT7L Huge thanks to @ochrons for driving this effort!
— Scala.js (@scala_js) November 23, 2015
As you see, now Scala.JS site is much better.
And finally Heiko Seeberger reminds us how fast technologies change.
OH: "… it's the old one, I mean Hadoop …"
— Heiko Seeberger (@hseeberger) November 24, 2015
Just yesterday when someone said “BigData”, your thoughts were likely about Hadoop. And today you hear “Hadoop”, and you think about old, slow elephants. It’s Spark time, guys!
Do you want to join the #GeekListener digest? Then retweet cool tweets with the hash code #GeekListener! Comment, share and stay in touch! Have a good production deployment on this Friday :)
|Reference:||#GeekListener v.4 from our JCG partner Alexey Zvolinskiy at the Fruzenshtein’s notes blog.|