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Romain Manni-bucau05/21/13
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Arquillian Testing Guide

Review First the progression of the book is globally: A presentation of Arquillian What was done before Arquillian and why it answers to needs of today Arquillian and...

Matt Vickery05/21/13
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Git - Simple File Management

Files can be added, committed and removed from git repositories using one or more of the following commands:

Ross Mason05/21/13
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Change the Studio Category of your DevKit Component

Anyone that has used DevKit to write a Mule extension and then wanted to add it to Studio, may have notice that the extension will appear under the Cloud

Johanna Rothman05/21/13
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Context Matters: Premature Optimization or Habits From Long Ago?

I’m at the Much Ado About Agile conference this week, in beautiful Vancouver. During lunch one day, one of the conference participants started talking about premature optimization of code.

Simon Brown05/21/13
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Review of the SATURN 2013 Architecture Conference

I attended the SATURN 2013 conference in Minneapolis a couple of weeks ago, which is an annual practitioner conference about software architecture, organised by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie Mellon University.

Arthur Charpentier05/21/13
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Quantifying Scientific Consensus, Zombies in R, and More Data Links

Arthur Charpentier's regular data link roundup explores quantified consensus on anthropogenic global warming, compares SAS and R for business analysts, and much more. Plus: zombies (with R).

Arun Gupta05/21/13
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Arun Gupta on Higher Productivity from Embracing HTML5 with Java EE 7

Oracle Java evangelist and Java EE expert Arun Gupta offers a window into the rich possibilities that will be available in Java EE 7 upon its release in the spring of 2013.

Singaram Subramanian05/21/13
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Apache ActiveMQ – How to resolve java.io.IOException: Too many open files exception?

I have worked on ActiveMQ for quite a while, and there’s one annoying exception that I see all the time – java.io.IOException: Too many open files – which we see time to time.

Hubert Klein Ikkink05/21/13
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Spocklight: Writing Assertions for Arguments Mock Methods

In Spock we can get a hold on the arguments that are passed to method call of a mock and we can write assertions to check the parameters for certain conditions.

Troy Hunt05/21/13
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Your login form posts to HTTPS, but you blew it when you loaded it over HTTP

Loading login forms over HTTP renders any downstream transport layer security almost entirely useless. Rather than just tell you what’s wrong with this, let me show precisely why this is with a site that implements this pattern...

Eric Gregory05/21/13
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I/O 2013: Android Graphics Performance

Chet Haase and Romain Guy from Google's Android UI team share some tips and tricks for getting the most out of Android graphics.

Michael Mainguy05/21/13
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When to Refactor Code

As a die hard refactorer, but also pragmatic programmer, I often have a tough time articulating to other developers when a refactor is important and when it is gratuitous.

Gary Sieling05/20/13
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Building a full-text index of git commits using lunr.js and Github APIs

Github has a nice API for inspecting repositories – it lets you read gists, issues, commit history, files and so on. Git repository data lends itself to demonstrating the power of combining full text and faceted search...

Arthur Charpentier05/20/13
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The Many Mathematical Models of the Shuffle

Now, I have to confess that I have been surprised, while I was looking for mathematical models for shuffling, to find so many deterministic techniques (and results related to algebra, and cycles).

Mark Needham05/20/13
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Unix: Working with parts of large files

I usually use Vim and the ‘:set number’ when I want to refer to line numbers in a file but Chris showed me that we can achieve the same thing with e.g. ‘less -N data/log/neo4j.0.0.log’.