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Adam Warski03/13/11
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Ruby on Rails + CDI/Weld on Torquebox example app

For almost a year we’ve been successfully using Torquebox together with CDI/Weld as a base for two of our services: JBison and Circular. As we’ll be doing some presentations together with Tomek Szymański we’ve created a small application showing our...

Evgeny Goldin03/13/11
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Intellij IDEA + Git performance = KIS

Once upon a time .. something happened to Intellij IDEA. Every Git operation was taking a very long time and all I had to do is to wait while staring at it. “Compare with Latest Repository Version” was taking ages to complete. Something was definitely...

Valdemar Júnior03/12/11
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Breakpoint Properties in Eclipse

The Eclipse IDE has the ability to run the code interactively, executing an application line by line in debug mode where you can define a specify point in the code to stop, called a breakpoint. As you can see in Eclipse documentation:

Loiane Groner03/12/11
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IBatis (MyBatis): Handling Constructors

This tutorial will walk you through how to setup iBatis (MyBatis) in a simple Java project and will present an example using a class constructor with arguments. Pre-Requisites For this tutorial I am using:

Mitch Pronschinske03/11/11
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Live at Cloud Connect 2011 - DZone Shares the Experience

This week DZone was on location in Silicon Valley attending the 2nd annual Cloud Connect conference.  After a strong showing in the first year, Cloud Connect really took off the second time around (a 66% increase in attendance).  Over 3,000 people showed up...

Lieven Doclo03/11/11
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Clustering Tomcat Servers with High Availability and Disaster Fallback

There has been a lot of buzz lately on high-availability and clustering. Most developers don't care and why should they? These features should be transparent to the application architecture and not something of concern to the developers of that application.

Frank Kelly03/11/11
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2-Way SSL with Java: The Keystore Strikes Back - Part 1

You'd think with how prevalent SSL/TLS on the web that SSL with Java is easy, well it's not. In addition to having to get to grips with understanding how private/public key, certificates work there's all the networking that goes on in Java.If you start off...

Rob Williams03/11/11
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More JEE6 Fun: See If You Can Make It Work!

Well Glassfish 3.1 is finally out. Didn't they say it was going to come out at JavaOne?? 5 months later.. So the whole thing that was coming in 3.1 that was super appealing was the embedded server, which, with Arquillian, was going to make it possible to...

Cedric Beust03/11/11
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Rehabilitating the Singleton Pattern

“Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software” came out in 1994 and it changed the software engineering landscape. What made this book unique is that it wasn’t really based on code (although it did contain a decent amount of it) but...

John Ferguson Smart03/11/11
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Build Pipelines with Jenkins/Hudson

This article is an extract from the upcoming book Jenkins: The Definitive Guide, to be published in the coming months with O'Reilly..

Evgeny Goldin03/10/11
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My Git Workflow

When you work with Subversion you don’t talk much about workflow because there’s only one available 99% of time:..svn updatesvn statussvn commit..I have an "ss" alias to "svn update && svn status" combination which I run very...

Howard Lewis Ship03/10/11
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Hibernate w/ transient objects

Am I missing something with Hibernate, or is it pretty darn hard to mix the following:

Dan Dyer03/10/11
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Thoughts on Amazon’s Android App Store

I’ve posted some thoughts about Amazon’s upcoming Android Appstore over at the Rectangular Blog. There has been a lot of discussion about Amazon requiring control over app pricing, most of it focusing on the potential negatives for developers. However,...

Matt Raible03/10/11
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WebSockets with Johnny Wey at Denver JUG

This evening, I attended Denver JUG to hear Johnny Wey talk about WebSockets. This month, the location moved and even though I had a nice bike ride to the meeting, I showed up about 20 minutes late. Johnny's talk lasted about 40 minutes, so I missed the first...

Mitch Pronschinske03/09/11
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Going Beyond the Basics With Open Source Search

Useful search technology is more than just an entry bar and a list of results.  These days, companies like LinkedIn, Amazon, and others are showing us just...