Musings on using Perl in an enterprise web application.
In a software project there are four points where quality control can be exercised - but in different ways.
Maven Enforcer rule to force control over your Java Properties files - thus reduce problems with application configuration.
The whole blog moved away from Blogspot and now published with Pelican.
Ferrari Thursday is the opposite of Casual Friday at Cxense. As many software companies these days, ours has Casual Friday everyday; no dress code! But twice a month on Thursdays we dress in a suit and a tie to celebrate our freedom to do so.
This blog entry is partly based on a report, Jämförelse: Subversion och Git, written for Init Ab, a consulting company headquartered in Stockholm.
To put it in just a few words: HtmlUnit is a web browser without a
Now that all the functions of Iron.io's IronMQ, IronCache and IronWorker services are turned into Perl client libraries, it is time to think about not only the programmer but also the tester and application supporter's need...
I just recently converted my IO::Iron distribution to using Dist::Dilla as a release and build automation tool. Dist::Dilla is mainly targeted at people writing free software Perl packages for releasing into CPAN (Perl free software archive) but if used properly it can make easier the releasing of any software.
Challenges in operating in IT cloud.
IronMQ is pay-as-you-go cloud service.
Introduction to the Blog