Book Review – Spring MVC Beginner’s Guide

Spring MVC Beginner’s Guide by Amuthan G provides a comprehensive coverage of all the concepts and techniques associated with Spring MVC. Chapter 1 examines the various steps required to be followed to configure a spring development environment. You will learn how to install and setup JDK, environment variables, Maven build tool, Tomcat web server, spring […]

Indrajit Banerjee on Flockport Linux Container Sharing Service

Flockport.com was recently released which enables you to offer users popular web applications in portable containers that can be deployed in seconds. It is the first Linux based container sharing service that provides users with cloud like flexibility of application instances that can be deployed on demand. As a site administrator, you will be able […]

RAD Studio XE7 – Interview with John JT Thomas

Embarcadero Technologies has released RAD Studio XE7 which enable developers to build connected apps for Windows, Android, iOS, Mac OS X, gadgets and wearables. It helps you to extend Windows applications using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth App Tethering. It also creates shared user interface code across multiple device form factors. RAD Studio XE7 includes a new […]

Interview with Alexander Horak on combit Report Server

combit Report Server has been released with which you can build and generate powerful, intuitive and out-of-box browser based reports. According to combit, it is the perfect business intelligence solution for all kinds of data. combit report server provides support for all major browsers and devices including touch screen. It integrates with all major data sources […]

Book Review – Murach’s Java Servlets and JSP, 3rd Edition

Murach’s Java Servlets and JSP by Joel Murach and Michael Urban provides a comprehensive coverage of all aspects related to Java Servlets and JSP. The book is divided into 4 sections spread across 23 chapters and two appendixes. Firstly, I would like to emphasize that the book is meant for those who already have good knowledge/base […]

Book Review – Fundamentals of SQL Server 2012 Replication

Red Gate recently released Fundamentals of SQL Server 2012 Replication authored by Dr. Sebastian Meine and it contains 14 chapters. While chapter 1 provides an overview of SQL Server Replication, Chapter 2 examines the steps required to configure basic replication setup such as setting up the distributor, publication and subscription. Chapter 3 examines the role […]

HeatMap AdAptive

Stuart Wider has recently released a brand new theme codenamed HeatMap AdAptive. This theme is entirely separate from his award winning HeatMap theme. According to Stuart, HeatMap AdAptive is a responsive WordPress theme inspired by Google Adsense placement recommendations. The theme has been designed for accurate rendering of your blog/site in not only PCs but […]

The Endless Story of Past, Present and Future Technology

Technology is changing fast. Imagine the situation existed in 1990’s. We used to work using a big desktop monitor with a huge CPU beneath it. There will be one slot for inserting floppy drives. The way in which we are learning today also changed with classes online. This means that now you can learn from […]

Book Review – SQL Server Transaction Log Management

SQL Server Transaction Log Management is divided into 9 chapters. Chapter 1 examines how SQL Server make use of the trasaction log, writing ahead logging, transactional consistency, controlling the size of the log including an outline of transaction log backup and restore. Chapter 2 covers virtual log files, log truncation and space reuse. While Chapter […]