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Lukas Eder11/11/14
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Painless Access from Java to PL/SQL Procedures with jOOQ

PL/SQL is one of those things. Most people try to stay clear of it. Few people really love it. I just happen to suffer from stockholm syndrome, since I’m working a lot with banks.

Burke Holland11/11/14
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Windows 10 - Whats in It for Developers?

Windows 10 was unveiled on September 30, 2014 as a technical preview for individuals that signed up to become a Windows Insider. What does the new Windows have in store?

Erich Styger11/11/14
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RAM Target with Kinetis Design Studio and FRDM-K64F

Newer microcontroller have increase RAM areas, making it suitable to run the application from RAM instead of FLASH. For the FRDM-K64F board and the Kinetis Design Studio (V1.1.1), I have explored how to run the application out of RAM instead of FLASH memory, both for P&E and Segger connections.

Andreas Kollegger11/11/14
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GraphConnect: A Twitter Recap

GraphConnect 2014 attendees took to twitter to share their excitement about the conference and the graph database space. Here’s a look back at (some of) the cool things that stuck out during the day.

Joydeep Das11/11/14
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WINDOW Function

The function named WINDOW belongs to the SET Function and it applies to the set of rows. SQL Server has had only a partial implementation up to now, but it is coming in SQL 2012. Without going too deep into the WINDOW function, we go straight to an Example to understand it in a better way.

Denis Goodwin11/11/14
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The API Copyright Debate Surfaces Again

It all started back in May 2014, when a federal appeals court made a ruling that sparked outrage and controversy in the software industry. Their decision was theoretically a final step in the long-standing lawsuit between Google and Oracle, where Oracle claims that Android (owned by Google) violated its copyright.

Allen Coin11/11/14
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Raspberry Pi Gets Smaller and Cheaper

IoT tinkerers rejoice! Yesterday, the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced the launch of the new Model A+. The A+ is smaller, more efficient, and costs less.

Aruna Karunarathna11/11/14
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Create a WSO2 Worker-Manager Cluster in Just 2 Minutes

I've been working on an application(WSO2 Cluster Wizard) which creates a Worker-Manager Separated cluster for a given WSO2 Product. The objective of this application is to reduce the time spent on creating clusters in developers/testing local machines.

Jens Schauder11/10/14
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Five Reasons Your Should Keep Your Package Dependencies Cycle Free

If you are so unlucky to work with me in a project, you will suffer from the rule that all package dependencies must be cycle free.

Burke Holland11/10/14
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The Mystical and Magical SemVer Ranges Used by NPM and Bower

Having the correct version of your project can help you move forward seamlessly. This tutorial breaks down what you can do to utilize semantics for the benefit of your team.

Steven Lott11/10/14
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Currying and Partial Function Evaluation

It seems like hair-splitting. However, the distinction between bound variables and curried functions does have some practical implications.

Pieter Humphrey11/10/14
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Webinar Replay: Security for Microservices with Spring and OAuth2

OAuth2 is a lightweight security protocol that is well-suited for use with HTTP, the protocol at the heart of many modern architectures.

Lauren Clapper11/10/14
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Why Does Silicon Valley Hate Android?

With Android making up 85% of the worldwide device market, why is it that Silicon Valley-ites continue to dislike developing for the OS?

G. Ryan Spain11/10/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct. 31): Eclipse Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Eclipse Zone (October 31 - November 07). Including top 10 Eclipse plugins, BIRT Interactive Viewer, and why you shouldn't be a good programmer.

Kosta Stojanovski11/10/14
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Man, Woman, Dog: A Task from the Past

This article describes solutions for an exercise that was given to students by economics faculty who visited my computer science department 10 years ago. The task is relatively easy but somehow we couldn't manage it at that time. The program had to be written in C, which we didn't know well and was one of the reasons for the failure. Two weeks ago I decided to finish this problem so I sat in front of my PC and implemented two possible solutions for it in Java.