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Hari Subramanian01/07/14
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Sonar Installation and Eclipse Plug-in

This Document tries to help you install Sonar, analyze your project with your Sonar installation, integrate with Eclipse, clean up violations dynamically, and practice better coding.

Len DiMaggio01/07/14
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Hunting for an SWT Test Framework? Say Hello to Red Deer

Red Deer is a new open source framework for developing SWT tests. Red Deer's goal is to be easy to use and easy to extend for your own custom application tests.

Ayende Rahien01/06/14
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Growable Memory

I wish that I could have more control over virtual memory. In particular, what I would really like at this time is the ability to map two virtual address ranges to the same physical memory. However, what I would like to do is to have a pure memory based system, without any files being involved.

Pascal Alma01/06/14
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Automated Deployment with Mule Management Console and Maven

In my opinion a deployment of any application should be as automated as possible to avoid errors due to manual mistakes. This is no different with a Mule ESB application. This instrument makes the governance of the deployment of your Mule applications into different environments easier and therefore the whole deployment cycle less error-prone.

Dustin Marx01/06/14
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Book Review: Groovy 2 Cookbook

The subtitle of Groovy 2 Cookbook is "Over 90 recipes that provide solutions to everyday programming challenges using the powerful features of Groovy 2."

Roger Hughes01/06/14
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Publish and Subscribe with Hazelcast

This blog takes a quick look at another of Hazelcast’s features: its broadcast messaging system based on the Publish/Subscribe pattern.

Koen Serneels01/06/14
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Git: Keeping Your History Clean

As we migrated lately from subversion to git, it was clear from the beginning that we needed some extra rules for keeping the history clean.

Mitch Pronschinske01/06/14
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Killzone's Game Servers: Flexible Architecture and Component-Based Design

Guerrilla Games and SCE Online Technology Group switched from an inflexible, classic 3-tier architecture to one using well understood tools and AWS technologies.

Koen Serneels01/06/14
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Bulk Fetching with Hibernate

If you need to process large database result sets from Java, you can opt for JDBC to give you the low level control required. On the other hand, if you are already using an ORM in your application, falling back to JDBC might cause some pain. Fortunately, most ORMs, like Hibernate, have options to help you with that.

Reza Rahman01/06/14
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Getting Started with EL 3

EL 3 is one the APIs that has gone through a major overhaul in Java EE 7.

Stefan Armbruster01/06/14
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Indexing in Neo4j: An Overview

Neo4j as a graph database features indexing as the preferred way to find start points for graph traversals. Over the years multiple different indexing approaches have been added. The goal of this article is to give an overview on this to avoid confusion, especially for those who just recently got started with Neo4j.

Arthur Charpentier01/06/14
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Data News: Alternative Solutions and Perspectives on Bayesian Tests, and More

This installment of Arthur Charpentier's regular collection of data science-related links includes the impact of computer models on economics, climate science and public health, an introduction to Python for econometrics, statistics, and data analysis, and alternative solutions and perspectives on Bayesian tests.

Lukas Eder01/06/14
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SQL and NoSQL are Really Just Two Sides of the Same Coin

In a recent debate about NoSQL vs. SQL on Hackernews, the author was made aware of an amusing paper by Erik Meijer and Gavin Bierman. What they are claiming in their article is the fact that SQL and NoSQL are duals of each other, i.e. two sides of the same coin.

Michael Crump01/06/14
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Technologies That I'm Excited About in 2014

As 2013 comes to a close, here is the author's list of things in tech that he's excited about for 2014. The list includes, in no particular order, wearables, the increasing prevalence of UI and code-sharing, a mobile market reshaped by the influx of affordable smartphones, and more.

Alec Noller01/05/14
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The Pull-to-Refresh Gesture Needs to Die

Strong words, given that we're talking about a gesture. But that's the core idea of this recent article - pull-to-refresh has to go. The author argues that pull-to-refresh is an out of date design, no longer relevant in today's mobile ecosystem.