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  • Today we've lanuched a major upgrade of DevRates website! Short release notes: a refreshed stats page with charts of most popular frameworks, check out at http://devrates.com/statsmajor bugs with saving and editing rates, should work like a charm now ;) Stay tuned!
  • Today we have an honour to interview Çağatay Çivici - project lead of popular JSF component suite PrimeFaces. Çağatay is also a VIP in JSF world - a member of JSF Expert Group and PMC member of Apache MyFaces JSF Runtime. He told us about the PrimeFaces and PrimeUI projects, technology stack he uses and what makes open source library a product. Enjoy! Can you tell us a little ...
  • How I went from $100-an-hour programming to $X0,000-a-week consulting Patrick McKenzie (patio11 - #2 poster of Hacker News) shares his experience with making a week rate to slightly improve his income as software consutlant. A must-read  for all freelancers! Exo IDE: Top 5 New Features of the Month List of top 5 features of November&...
  • Today we continue the interview with Howard Lewis Ship from the Apache Tapestry team. In the second part Howard talks about his favourite stack of frameworks, the future of Tapestry and open-source in general. Enjoy! Is it possible to use Tapestry as a REST backend for one-page-app in one of the hipster Javascript frameworks (e.g. Ember, Backbone.js or AngularJS)? ...
  • Engineers suck at finding the right jobs Matt Aimonetti writes about how awesome it is to be an software engineer these days (in terms of job opportunities). And how the suck at designing their carrer. Lot of comments on HN too. Do you really get your IDE? Anton Arhipov (JRebel lead) discusses the way modern IDEs improve developers&#...
  • Mozilla UX: Save for later Mozilla UX team wrote a huge essay about "Save for later" functionality: current state (bookmarks, opening multiple tabs or using online services), their research and final approach. Definitely worth reading! Rod Johnson to judge Typesafe Developer Contest Ex-Spring Team lead is going to judge Types...
  • October 2012 ThoughtWorks Technology Radar ThoughtWorks publisher their latest technology radar for October 2012. Browser-based testing, database integration, feature branching, ESB and even Meteor.js are now on hold... There is also a funny relevant survey ;) The Future of Markdown Former co-founder of StackOverflow discusses future...
  • Today our guest is Howard Lewis Ship from the Apache Tapestry team. In the first part of the interview, Howard discusses origins of Tapestry, evolution of the framework and shows its key design concepts. He also explains what frameworks could be nicely used as the UI layer for Tapestry application. What were the origins of Tapestry? It has a fairly long history, has it evolved...
  • James Ward joins Typesafe Another big transfer to Typesafe - this time an evangelist of Heroku has joined the team. He will be now teaching us the Typesafe Stack (Play, Scala, and Akka). java SpringOne 2GX 2012 SpringSource and No Fluff Just Stuff organized a conference advertised as "one-of-a-kind conference for a...
  • In this issue we divided news into subcategories, mainly by languages. They will appear on the right side of each post. General Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft launch new Web standards resource In an attempt to create the “definitive resource” for all open Web technologies, Apple, Adobe, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia...
  • Today we are launching a "This week in open source" series on our blog. In this section we'll try to summarize last week's biggest news from open-source frameworks, top blog entries and tweets, latest releases and what's up on our DevRates page. So let's go with #1 issue!   News Typesafe Appoints Rod Johnson to Board of Directors Cre...
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