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Alec Noller02/16/14
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The Best of the Week (Feb. 7): NoSQL Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone. This week's best include tips on how to tune the JVM to improve performance in Cassandra, VoltDB's embrace of Groovy, part 1 of a series on building a recommendation engine with Neo4j, and more!

Eyal Golan02/16/14
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Project Migration from Sourceforge to GitHub

I have an old project, named JVDrums, which was located at Sourceforge.

Alec Noller02/16/14
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The Best of the Week (Feb. 7): Big Data Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Big Data Zone. This week's best include some embarrassing code samples from job candidates, data science news from Arthur Charpentier, a review of Andrew Chisholm's "Exploring Data With RapidMiner," and more!

Alec Noller02/16/14
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The Best of the Week (Feb. 7): Mobile Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Mobile Zone! This week's best include an in-depth tutorial on building an iOS and Android app with Cordova, DZone's Dev of the Week, Ariya Hidayat, a look at Android development with Eclipse and Xamarin, and more!

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Book Review: Enterprise Application Development with Ext JS and Spring

I was asked to review "Enterprise Application Development with Ext JS and Spring" book by Packtpub guys and here is my review on the book

Reza Rahman02/15/14
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Java EE@JUDCon India

JUDCon India 2014 was held in Bangalore on the 30th and 31st of January.

Jose Maria Arranz02/15/14
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RelProxy: A Hot Class Reloader and Scripting for Java and Groovy

RelProxy has three principal features: A class reloader in runtime from source code in Groovy or Java, a scripting environment for Java as a scripting language, and JSR-223 Java Scripting API support. In this article, you'll learn about all three.

Sunil Gulabani02/15/14
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JAX-RS 2.X using Jersey Client: Basic Example

JAX-RS is a framework designed to help you write RESTful applications both on the client and server side, and Jersey 2.0 provides Reference Implementation for JAX-RS 2.0. In this article, you'll find a basic example of how to use JAX-RS 2.0 and Jersey 2.0.

Reza Rahman02/15/14
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JTA 1.2 - It's Not Your Grandfather's Transactions Anymore!

Java Transaction API 1.2 aka JSR 907 (*), which is part of Java EE 7, adds 2 important new features : @Transactional and @TransactionScoped

Vlad Mihalcea02/14/14
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A beginner’s guide to Git feature branches

Git makes branching a commodity and each feature can be developed in a separate branch. This is desirable since the merging process may be out of your control. If you develop on the default master default branch and a given committed feature is postponed, you will have to revert your changes prior to starting working on a completely different feature.

Luis Aguilar02/14/14
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Unit Testing 101: Creating Flexible Test Code

When going for test-driven development, we all know that the unit test code becomes critical part of the code base. Is because of this that it is really important to have a solid unit test source code structure; flexible, intuitive and maintainable enough so that when the amount of unit tests grow, it does not become an uncontrollable mess.

Max De Marzi02/14/14
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Neo4j Spatial, Part 2: Building a Recommendation Engine

In part 1 of this series, the author looked at how to get started with Neo4j Spatial and at some of the pieces we’ll use today to build a proof of concept application. The author is calling the application “Nom Nom Nom." So we’ll get data from Factual, from OpenTable, combine them, and import them into Neo4j.

Itamar Syn-hershko02/14/14
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Debugging a Failing Unit-Test Which Interacts with RavenDB

This week the author is working with Particular Software of NServiceBus fame. There's a shiny new platform for designing, managing and debugging distributed systems coming up, and while doing some work on it, he hit the following failing test.

Sachin Khosla02/14/14
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Debug Webpages on Chrome for Android Using Computer

The author has seen developers debugging responsive CSS by resizing their browser window, as they like using the powerful debugging tool that bundles with Chrome. However, that won't always work. Let's see a way to debug webpages on Chrome for Android using computer and with the help of Android SDK.

Trisha Gee02/14/14
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Should You Notice I'm a Woman? Should I Care?

So, following on from my observations of being an outsider at FOSDEM because I'm not an open source developer, I do have another story to tell where my female-ness is actually relevant.