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A. Jesse Jiryu Davis06/27/14
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Write An Excellent Programming Blog

I want you to write. Not just code. Also words. If you're a member of the open source community, you can help us by writing about programming, just as much as by actually programming. And writing helps you, too: you can become better known and promote your ideas. Even more importantly, writing is thinking. There is no more thorough way to understand than to explain in writing.

Eric D. Schabell06/27/14
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Red Hat JBoss BRMS & BPM Suite - Taking out the Git Garbage

This weeks tips and tricks article will help you to keep your current JBoss BPM Suite and JBoss Business Rules Management System (BRMS) running like a fine tuned machine.

Hubert Klein Ikkink06/27/14
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Spocklight: Write Our Own Data Provider

We can use data pipes to write data driven tests in Spock.

Alec Noller06/27/14
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Cayley: An Open Source Graph Database Written in Go

If you're looking for something new and a bit different when it comes to NoSQL solutions, you might be interested in Cayley, an open source graph database written in Go and based on Freebase and Google's Knowledge Graph.

Dave Bush06/27/14
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Are We There Yet?

When my kids were young, my wife introduced a concept for this question that she got from her family that is so brilliant in its simplicity that I wonder that this isn’t common knowledge with all parents. Something they should tell you during Lamaze class.

Alec Noller06/27/14
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Go Support for Android is Coming

According to David Crawshaw of the Go team, Go will be coming to Android. For those who have been wishing for an alternative to Java on Android - even if it isn't Dart or Groovy, yet - this is a pretty exciting announcement.

Brian Gracely06/27/14
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The Cloudcast #150 - Evolving From Plumbers to Coders

Aaron and Brian talk with Jason Edelman about his continued evolution from plumber to coder. They discuss his latest projects focused on SDN, Docker, Ansible and Python. They discuss the learning curve from CLI to writing code and lessons learned in creating labs to build these new environments.

Erich Styger06/27/14
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Slow 32 kHz Oscillator Startup

In an IoT project I'm using the Freescale KL15Z microcontroller. It worked very well, but some system failed: they need to quickly check sensor signals after power-up. So I instrumented the application to toggle an LED so I can monitor what happens: It was over 400 ms after power-on! Yikes!

Swizec Teller06/27/14
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My New Favourite JavaScript Trick

Using returns and callbacks in the same function. Sounds like crazy talk I know, but hear me out, I have good reason. I think.

Peter Verhas06/27/14
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Logging or Commenting?

In this environment programmers, who wanted to comment, soon started using logs. But before getting to that let’s see why.

Shane Johnson06/27/14
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MongoDB and DataStax, In the Rearview Mirror

Thumbtack published an excellent blog post highlighting the preliminary results of performance tests executed with Couchbase Server, MongoDB and DataStax Enterprise (Apache Cassandra). The final results will be included in a benchmark report.

Rafał Kuć06/27/14
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Lucene and Solr 4.9

This week Apache Lucene and Solr PMC announced another version of Apache Lucene library and Apache Solr search server numbered 4.9. This is a next release continuing the 4th version of both Apache Lucene and Apache Solr.

Jakub Holý06/27/14
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Review: Clojure for Machine Learning (Ch 1-3)

Pack Publishing has asked me to review their new book, Clojure for Machine Learning (4/2014) by Akhil Wali. Interested both in Clojure and M.L., I have taken the challenge and want to share my impressions from the first chapters.

Jalpesh Vadgama06/26/14
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Entity Framework Code First and Inheritance

Recently, the author is using the Entity Framework a lot, so he tried some advanced scenarios. In this post, you'll learn how the Entity Framework handles inheritance.

Raymond Camden06/26/14
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PhoneGap/Cordova File System Questions

A majority of the questions the author gets about Phonegap/Cordova revolve around the file system API. It has had some updates, but remains difficult to use. With that in mind, he thought it mightb e fruitful to ask his readers about the API and how he can help make things a bit clearer.