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Mohamed Sanaulla08/21/13
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Getting Started with JSON-P

In this post I will quote from different sources about JSONP and then go ahead and implement examples that invokes the Stackoverflow API to retrieve the unanswered questions tagged ‘jsonp’

Mitch Pronschinske08/21/13
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DZone at Agile 2013: Ebba Kramer from Hansoft

DZone speaks with Ebba Kraemer from Hansoft to ask about how far Agile has come in the last year, and where it will be going in the next year

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Reflection and Integer Cache

Java autoboxing caches Integers -128 to 127 (It is because of this caching behavior few that people recommend using Integer.valueOf() instead of new Integer()).

Juhani Lehtimaki08/21/13
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The New Yardstick for the Best Android Design is Here - Timely Alarm Clock

Tasks app is something I've been using as an example of great and simple Android app in many occasions. It's one of the apps that took the new Android design and implemented it in it very basic and in the simplest form possible.

Mark Needham08/21/13
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java.net.ProtocolException: Server Redirected Too Many Times

A couple of weeks ago I was trying to write a test around some OAuth code that we have on an internal application and I was using Jersey Client to send the various requests. When I ran the test I was getting the following exception:

Sean Hull08/21/13
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5 Reasons Why DevOps Should Blog

By writing we carefully sift through our own thought processes to break it down for novices, or a broader audience. This is a learning process for us, too. It’s therapeutic. But it also hones our message and makes us better teachers. We literally learn by doing.

Allen Coin08/21/13
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Dev of the Week: Nuno Job

This week we're talking to Nuno Job, Nodejitsu CCO, open source enthusiast, and curator of LXJS.

Chris Travers08/21/13
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In Defense of Hand-coded SQL

One common comment I get when I point out that I hand-write all of my SQL queries, rather than relying on an ORM or the like, is that it is drudge work, obsoleted by modern tools, and when I mention that these are usually wrapped in stored procedures, the reactions go from disdainful to horrified.

Mitch Pronschinske08/21/13
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Nanomsg, the Next Gen ZeroMQ, is Here

Martin Sustrik, one of the co-creators of ZeroMQ, has been working on a new messaging library called Nanomsg to surpass the lightweight power of ZeroMQ. You could almost think about Nanomsg as ZeroMQ–the sequel.

Mitch Pronschinske08/21/13
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All of RethinkDB's Funny Example Queries

You can find a surprising number of entertaining or intriguing things in online software documentation. It seems that ZeroMQ isn't the only open source project with a little humor injected into the docs.

John Sonmez08/21/13
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4 Things I Wish I Would Have Known When I Started My Software Development Career

My software development career began about 15 years ago. But only in about the last 5 years did I really start to see a large boost in my software development career.

Zemian Deng08/21/13
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How to Configure SLF4J with Different Logger Implementations

There are many good benefits in using slf4j library as your Java application logging API layer. Here I will show few examples on how to use and configure it with different loggers.

Dustin Marx08/21/13
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Ant Properties Nuances

Every once in a while, I'm reminded of a few subtle nuances of Ant properties that can, when forgotten, lead to confusion when dealing with Ant.

Reza Rahman08/21/13
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An Overview of EL 3

Although not mentioned often, EL 3 is one of the APIs that has gone through significant changes in Java EE 7.

Ian Johnson08/21/13
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Getting Up to Speed on SDN

If you’re curious about SDN and would like to come up to speed quickly on the concepts, this half-hour video presentation by Scott Shenker can help...