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John Cook03/22/13
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Nonnerdy Applied Mathematics

Applied mathematics as pragmatic problem-solving methodology.

Eric Gregory03/22/13
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Using Salt Stack in the Cloud

This Google Hangout session discusses using Salt Stack in the cloud.

Paul Wells03/22/13
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5 Ways Objects Can Communicate With Each Other Heading Towards Decoupling

Decoupling can be achieved and yield flexibility, but this does not mean it is appropriate for every call from one object to another. The best thing to do is start with straight method calls, but keep cohesion in mind.

Jens Schauder03/22/13
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Dependency Antipatterns – God Node

I wrote before about the dependency analysis and visualization tool Degraph. When you use such a tool to examine various projects you will find some patterns that stick out like a sore thumb.

Doug Turnbull03/22/13
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How Cloud Computing is Revolutionizing Pharma and Genomics

Cloud Computing, Full Text Search, and Big Data are revolutionizing genomics and pharmaceutical research . . .

Ted Vinke03/22/13
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GWT Compiler Is Running Out of Memory

As part of evaluating an open-source framework which uses Google Web Toolkit I ran into some of the familiar issues I already had a few times earlier with the GWT (GWT 2.4 or 2.5) Maven plugin compilation running out of memory. You know, when you see…

Jagannathan Asokan03/22/13
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Ubuntu: Installing JDK and MongoDB

I've started using Ubuntu recently and still getting used to the new shortcuts and others. Since the installation was also done by me, I encountered few issues.

Troy Hunt03/22/13
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Are We Ready to Bank via Facebook?

Banking, you say? In your Facebook, you say? What could possibly go wrong?

Eric Genesky03/22/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2013/3/22)

Get a look at how Spotify uses Python, and learn about Google's new Evernote-esque note-taking app called Keeper. Also, Michael Bay directs a developer recruiting video.

Ayende Rahien03/22/13
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Reviewing LevelDB, Part II

I think that the very first thing that we want to do is to actually discover how exactly is leveldb saving the information to disk. In order to do that, we are going to trace the calls . . .

Paul Hammant03/22/13
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Reverse Engineering a DB for DevOps Excellence

Former ThoughtWorker Steve Moyer has written two blog entries on an aspect of an Agile mission we did a few years ago. He was the pivotal designer/implementer of the work.

Mark Needham03/22/13
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Neo4j/Cypher: WITH, COLLECT, and EXTRACT

As I mentioned in my last post I’m trying to get the hang of the WITH statement in neo4j’s cypher query language and I found another application when trying to work out which opponents teams played . . .

Mohamed Sanaulla03/22/13
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A Look at Netbeans Support for Upcoming Language Enhancements in Java 8

While I was working on the samples for this post using the Nebeans nightly builds with support for Lambda Expressions downloaded from here. I found that the IDE gave good suggestions for converting the code to use the Java 8 support as and where possible.

Mikko Ohtamaa03/22/13
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How to Backport Packages on Ubuntu Linux

Backporting is a process to get new package releases to run on non-latest Linux distribution versions. A very common backporting use case is to enable the latest version of application or software library on a server running the older version of the operating system.

Peter Pilgrim03/22/13
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Build GlassFish 4.0 Snapshots Yourself

This post is about building GlassFish 4.0 snapshots release yourself and includes hacks.