A Coverage Tool for Java Developers, Written By a Java Developer
Code coverage for free: a basic freedom? Until recently, the world of Java development had been plagued by an absurd discrepancy: Java developers had excellent free IDEs, free compilers, free test frameworks but had to rely on code coverage tools that charged an arm and a leg in license fees. As a Java pro, I would like to use the same free coverage tool regardless of whether it is a massive commercial project at work or a small fun project at home. I've created EMMA to be that tool.
May 2004 Archives
xmlhack has been a useful resource, but it looks like Edd has had his fill and needs a break.
That's all for now
The BEA WebLogic Workshop controls are immediately and freely available for download at http://www.dev2dev.com/controlpack.com. BEA is sponsoring an open source community to foster collaboration and further improvement on service controls. The community will be hosted at controlhaus, a sister site to popular open source community codehaus, at http://www.codehaus.org.
The eWorld conference seems to be going well-enough. I spent the day at the dev2dev booth handing out the new WeblogicPro magazine, along with toy cars with BEA logos on 'em. You can tell the tech industry is in a slump by the type of schwag everyone gives out.
Had the distinct pleasure of meeting Cameron Purdy and Cliff Schmidt yet again, and Chris Fry, Alex Vasseur and Jonas Boner for the first time.
I'm still in SF until early Friday, so if you're here and I don't know it, look me up.
Jason van Zyl, the original guy behind Maven turned a robust 32 yesterday. Here's to hoping he continues to increase the ROI of his life.
I'll be at BEA eWorld 2004. You'll be able to find me at the dev2dev booth.
It's the buzz in the world of enterprise software development and integration: Web services and service-oriented architecture (SOA). And at BEA, we're all over it.