This webinar is intended for Java developers, but does not require any prior knowledge of graph databases. You will learn about "use cases for graph databases" as well as "specific coding techniques for working with a graph database."
There are two main approaches in sorting – by comparing the elements and without comparing them. A typical algorithm from the first group is insertion sort, very simple and very intuitive to implement, it is useful for small sets of data with about no more than 20 items.
Learn about some of the key challenges in text analytics, describe some of Endeca’s current research in this area, examine the current state of the text analytics market and explore some of the prospects for the future.
My last blog was the first in a short series of blogs examining Spring 3 MVC’s exception handling annotations. It covered the basic usage of the @ExceptionHandler annotation with a few pieces of demo code and no contrived scenarios. Today’s blog continues where I left off and examines @ExceptionHandler in more detail.
There’s still a lot of confusion over the difference types of managed beans provided in Java EE 6 with EJBs, CDI beans and JSF managed beans all being available. This article aims to clear up some of the differences between the them and define when to use them.
In this post I will demonstrate how to use the propOrder property on the @XmlType annotation to control the ordering of XML elements. I will also discuss the impact of @XmlAccessorType on how propOrder is configured.
One blogger has made his opinion known about DevOps recently, calling it a power grab for devs and cloud vendors who envision a "NoOps" world. I have a few opinions about what he says, but let's hear what you think.
When Solr versioning changed to align with Lucene and it hit 3.x, the implications were major - not only in terms of the migration differences that you need to be aware of, but also in terms of the benefits that make the migration totally worth it.
Selling software is hard. Ayende Rahien knows because he has his own product that he sells. One of the big difficulties is how to keep improving the product so that there are continual 'major' new releases with new features that are enticing enough for people to buy the next version. Join in Ayende's discussion on the best ways to monetize our software with concepts like continuous deployment.
For those of you looking for any programming job under the sun, consider Codypo's industry wisdom. If you answer YES to more than one or two of these questions, wait a little longer for a better offer.
I was looking for some way to extract information about types of elements in Java collections/maps using generics (List, Map) so that the users of the Static JSF Expression Validator wouldn’t need to declare the type of the elements manually. One possible way to get this information is to process the source codes with the Sun Compiler Tree API, available since JDK 6.