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Atlassian the Groovy Way

Development Process, Atlassian, Software Solutions

Isos Geek Nights, in general, have garnered increasing interest among the Isos team as more sessions have been added. Having a wide range of topics often falling outside the general day-to-day activities of our team[...]

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How Many Flyout Menus Does it Take to Screw in a Lightbulb

Software Development, User Experience, Software Solutions

Understanding user experience doesn't mean you're paid to nit about every little thing. Understanding a user experience designer means trusting in their abilities and value in web application development when putting[...]

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Using Multiple Entity Managers in Spring

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Justin Freeman

I recently ran into a requirement on one of my consulting assignments where I was required to include multiple EntityManagers in my application. Since I had never come across this before, I did some[...]

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Summit 13 Announcements and Recap

Development Process, Confluence, Atlassian, Jira, Atlassian Summit

This was my second time attending Atlassian’s Summit and I have to admit I was pretty excited! A chance to spend a full week in San Francisco, walking the streets and taking in the crazy scenes, and great restaurants. I[...]

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Why Gradle?

Software Development, Software Solutions

Before we get to the why, let’s start with the what. In this case the what is, “what is Gradle.” In the simplest terms Gradle is a Groovy based build automation tool that sits in the middle ground between Ant and Maven.[...]

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Development of a Simple Portlet with Spring MVC

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Thomas Behlau

After we configure a well-structred Maven layout for our Liferay project, we will create a simple Spring MVC portlet. You may ask, "Why use Spring MVC and not extend one of the Liferay implementations[...]

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Unit Testing Spring MVC Portlets

Software Development, Portal, Software Solutions, Java

By Robert Hall

Unit testing has long been considered a critical part of the development cycle for Java developers, especially those practicing test-driven development or Agile methodologies. This should be no different[...]

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HipChat Will Change the Way Your Company Communicates

Development Process, Atlassian, Atlassian Tools, Agile

How can switching instant messaging (IM) platforms change anything? Don't they all do roughly the same thing? This is what I was saying before we adopted HipChat a few months ago. I had read all of the rave reviews,[...]

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JSON LIBRARIES PART III - Prototype Libraries

Software Development, Software Solutions

By Justin Freeman

I have already talked about jQuery and Dojo. The last library I will talk about is the Prototype library.

I know it would be more appropriate to talk about YUI (Yahoo’s library) or some other[...]

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Practical Liferay Series: Liferay on Docker

Software Development, Portal, Software Solutions, DevOps

By Robert Hall

In the process of developing portals with Liferay, it is often necessary to set up and tear down servers with a Liferay instance on them.   There are many ways of accomplishing this, such as using VMs,[...]

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