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2012 Tech Roundup

Here are the technologies we have worked with mostly in 2012.

  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • Amazon CloudFront
  • Amazon CloudWatch
  • Amazon EC2
  • Amazon RDS
  • Amazon Route 53
  • Amazon S3
  • Amazon SES
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Android
  • Apache Commons
  • Apache HTTP
  • Bootstrap
  • CentOS
  • Cloud Hosting
  • Dedicated Hosting
  • Ehcache
  • Firefox Add-ons
  • Freemarker
  • Hibernate
  • JBoss
  • JPA
  • Jackson
  • JavaMelody
  • JavaScript
  • Jetty
  • Joda Time
  • Liquibase
  • Lucene
  • PubNub
  • Maven
  • MySQL
  • Quartz
  • Red Hat
  • Selenium 2
  • Smack
  • Spring Mobile
  • Spring Security
  • Spring Social
  • Spring
  • Thymeleaf
  • Tomcat
  • Twilio
  • twitter4j
  • jQuery Mobile
  • jQuery UI
  • jQuery
  • wro4j

Here are the topics we have written news articles about in 2012.

  • Netflix Hystrix
  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk Configuration Files
  • Java ME Embedded and Java Embedded Suite
  • HTML5 Boilerplate 4
  • Terracotta BigMemory 3.7
  • jQuery 1.8, 1.9 and 2.0
  • JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6
  • Spring for Android
  • Spring Mobile
  • Apache TomEE
  • jQuery Mobile
  • JDK 8
  • Web API Design
  • Typesafe Stack 2: Scala, Akka, Play
  • Thymeleaf 2
  • Effective Scala
  • Byteman 2
  • Mozilla Labs Apps

Here are the topics of our blog posts in 2012.

  • iPad Mini
  • Android
  • SecureCRT SSH Key Authentication
  • Maven
  • AJAX
  • JsRender

2011 Tech Roundup

Here are the technologies we have worked with mostly in 2011.

  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • Amazon CloudFront
  • Amazon EC2
  • Amazon RDS
  • Amazon Route 53
  • Amazon S3
  • Amazon SES
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Android
  • Apache Commons
  • Apache
  • CentOS
  • Cloud Hosting
  • Ehcache
  • Firefox Add-ons
  • Freemarker
  • JBoss
  • JPA
  • JavaScript
  • Joda Time
  • Liquibase
  • Lucene
  • Maven
  • MySQL
  • Quartz
  • Red Hat
  • Selenium 2
  • Smack
  • Spring Mobile
  • Spring Security
  • Spring Social
  • Spring
  • Thymeleaf
  • Tomcat
  • Twilio
  • twitter4j
  • jQuery Mobile
  • jQuery UI
  • jQuery
  • wro4j

Here are the topics we have written news articles about in 2011.

  • Apache Geronimo 3
  • Eclipse Jubula
  • JProfiler 7
  • Lucene 3.5 and Solr 3.5
  • Selenium 2
  • Spring 3.1
  • Spring AMQP 1.0
  • Spring Roo 1.2
  • Spring Security 3.1
  • Thymeleaf
  • Twitter Storm
  • Windows Azure
  • Yahoo! Cocktails

Here are the topics of our blog posts in 2011.

  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk
  • Amazon EC2 VM Import
  • Amazon S3 Hosting
  • Android Notification
  • Eclipse
  • Firefox Memory Restart
  • Freemarker
  • Jasypt
  • Java Assertions
  • JavaScript Namespaces
  • Mobile Frameworks
  • Quartz
  • Spring AMQP
  • Spring MVC 3
  • Spring Security 3
  • YUI Compressor
  • jQuery UI

Luis Torres Talks About Android's Potential in the Enterprise Market

TeamEXtension's Regional Sales Manager, Luis Torres has been recently interviewed by TMCnet.com at Interpop 2011 about the potentials of Android in the Enterprise market. With years of experience in the Java industry, Luis Torres knows and validates that Andorid can offer endless ideas to developers that will be essential in developing applications and devices.

Here is a valuable statement from Luis' recent interview.
“Android is built on top of Java, so it’s a natural progression for us to move into the Android market. “Also, the standards for Android and Google Apps are much more open than other platforms. That leads to more creativity, and people don’t have to spend money on the licensing. "

Read the rest of the interview here - Business Mobility - Exploring the Potential for Android in the Enterprise Market or watch it at here

Luis Torres Interview.

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