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Wie funktioniert eigentlich Puppet 4.7? Wir haben es getestet.

An Puppet, eines der Konfigurationgsmanager für grosse IT-Architekturen, scheint man heute nicht mehr vorbeizukommen. Die bbv München hat sich in den letzten Tagen intensiv mit Puppet 4.7 beschäftigt. Ziel war es, sich Kenntnisse in Puppet anzueignen und eine Ausgangsbasis für … Continue reading

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Java One 2015: Keynote Zusammenfassung

Die Keynote war dieses Jahr ganz im Zeichen des 20jährigen Jubiläums von Java und fand wieder im Moscone Center statt. Verschiedene Hersteller und „Techies“ waren auf der Bühne zu sehen.

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Vert.X

Have you ever heard about Verte.X? I was in the same situation before I visited a tiny presentaion about Vert.X. But what is Vert.X?

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OpenDolphin

How do you bind your UI to your backend? How do you ensure your client is showing the current state of your data? How can you notify other clients about changes made in any client running while there are in … Continue reading

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Fumetto – Internationales Comix-Festival Luzern – auf dem iPhone, powered by bbv Software Services

bbv Software Services erstellt und erneuert die Festival-App für das Fumetto. Das Fumetto ist eines der wichtigsten internationalen Comic-Festivals in Europa. Während neun Tagen präsentieren sich nationale und internationale Künstler in Luzern. Das Festival besteht aus 20 Haupt- und 50 … Continue reading

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JavaOne 2012 Keynote

Today at 4:00 pm the JavaOne 2012 kicked off with three keynotes.

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The Gradle build system: a short overview

Since the Gradle build system (http://www.gradle.org) gets more and more attention I decided to have a look at how it works. This article should give you a brief overview of some of the features so that you get the taste … Continue reading

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Create your own hamcrest matcher

If you are familiar with hamcrest and JUnit the time will come when you have the need to create your own matchers. Creating your own matcher can be as simple as useful. One reason for creating your own matcher could … Continue reading

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Easier JUnit testing with hamcrest

Have you ever thought that JUnit assertions are not really readable and do not correspond to natural language? It is a mess that the expected value is the first argument on an assert? This would not be like the spoken … Continue reading

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