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Mitch Pronschinske08/19/13
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Mule ESB and Spring Resources

I found some of the first places you'll want to go in the Mule ESB documentation once you register and download Mule ESB for usage on a Spring-based project. If you're wondering why you might want to use Mule ESB with Spring in the first place, Mulesoft has an article arguing why Mule is the best choice for Spring.

Mitch Pronschinske08/19/13
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Session Store Design with NoSQL

Basho is pretty active about reaching out to developers who might benefit from trying Riak. After doing a presentation on Amazon DynamoDB, Tim Gross was contacted by them and Tim decided to write an article about his experience creating a session store with Riak, DynamoDB and Redis.

Rahman Usta08/19/13
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Combine JaxRS 2.0 Rest Client, Java FX 2, Spring MVC and Hibernate

Today I want to share with you a sample application that runs in accordance with RESTful styles and includes server and client side technologies. Just before showing the content of the application, I want to talk about server and client side technologies in the application running.

Andreas Kollegger08/19/13
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Algorithm of the Week: Orienteering and Finding the Shortest Path

One of the things that I have been doing for as long as I can remember is orienteering. Every orienteering race is a graph problem waiting to be solved in the middle of nature.

Tomasz Nurkiewicz08/19/13
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Optional in Java 8 Cheat Sheet

java.util.Optional in Java 8 is a poor cousin of scala.Option[T] andData.Maybe in Haskell.

Mitch Pronschinske08/19/13
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3 Software-defined Networking Methods: What You Need to Know Today

The actual technology for implementing Software-defined Networking is still in its infancy, but there are already several different methods for executing SDN. This video covers three potential methods for SDN.

Brian Gracely08/19/13
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The Cloudcast - Episode 98: Real-life AWS Apps and DevOps

Aaron and Brian talk with Brian McCallion about real-life usage of AWS, the AWS services model, the new application development model and how enterprises are leveraging public cloud for competitive advantages.

Greg Ness08/19/13
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Has hybrid cloud already won?

The gap between what enterprises want to do with the cloud and what they are actually doing is likely a wide one. In between are strategic considerations about which apps can be deployed and whether or not there is an economic advantage for the app to be deployed in a hybrid cloud.

Ricci Gian Maria08/19/13
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Domain-Driven Security

I found this interesting video of Dan Bergh Johnsson on DDD Security and I must admit that I agree with Dan on many points. One of the real advantages of DDD is making business explicit, and this can help in so many places in your software, even in security.

Mike Christianson08/19/13
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Java Concurrency Resources

I presented an overview of Java concurrency — past, present, and future — to my fellow Phoenix Software Engineering Reading Group

Mitch Pronschinske08/19/13
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Essentials of Product Development

It takes more than talent to make a great product. You also have to focus on the right things, in the right order, with the right people at hand. Learn the key points for successfully developing product so you can make the most progress on your big idea.

Bozhidar Bozhanov08/19/13
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We are all familiar with the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) and YAGNI (You Ain’t Gonna Need It) principles. And yet, overly complicated software is everywhere.

Mike Cottmeyer08/19/13
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Gaining Support for a Sustainable Agile Transformation

Here is the talk that Dennis Stevens and Mike Cottmeyer did at the Agile2013 conference. The talk basically went over how to create safety and visibility for management when doing an enterprise wide agile transformation.

Mitch Pronschinske08/18/13
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How To Judge Demand For Your App Idea - Pitfalls

If you're going to go through the effort of learning the tools and ecosystem of a mobile platform, make sure that your app idea is worthwhile. Here's a list of ways that the pros assess app ideas.

Mitch Pronschinske08/18/13
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Kuyruk: An Alternative to Celery Task Running

If the distributed message processor, Celery, isn't working out for your project, you might want to try a new tool called Kuyruk. It also distributes tasks to run on servers and it uses RabbitMQ as the message broker.