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Roi Gamliel02/14/13
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Developer's wife - Or how do they stand us?

So how does your work as a software developer affects your relationship? Developing requires a different set of skills from other professions and makes you adopt some unusual behavior. . .

Slim Ouertani02/14/13
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Fun with Scala and Vert.x

Vert.x is a polyglot event-driven application framework that runs on the Java Virtual Machine (JAVA 7 is the minimum supported version).

Gaurav Mantri02/14/13
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Revisiting Windows Azure Shared Access Signature

In this blog post, we’ll talk about Shared Access Signature (SAS) functionality in Windows Azure.

Eric Genesky02/14/13
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OpenShift: New Online Features

Mike McGrath recently announced another OpenShift release.

Sandeep Patel02/14/13
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Apache CouchDB: Introduction and Installation

Couch DB supports replication of data across distributed platform, It has many framework for this supporting master replication, slave replication, filtered replication, incremental/bidirectional replication.

Luigi Viggiano02/14/13
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Owner 1.0.3 What's New? Part 1: Variable Expansion

The OWNER API is tiny library that helps reducing the Java code to read the configuration for your application from Java Properties files.

Dave Fecak02/14/13
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"I Dunno" – Recovering From a Botched Technical Interview Answer, Postmortem

Is it appropriate to follow-up with a correct response afterwards if you answered a technical interview question incorrectly (or responded with “I don’t know”).

Arthur Charpentier02/14/13
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Crash Course on R for Financial and Actuarial Econometrics

This Friday, I will give in Montréal a crash course entitled Econometric Modeling in Finance and Insurance with the R Language. Since IFM2 wanted this course to be an opportunity to discover R, the first part o fthe course will be on the R language. Slides can be downloaded from here.

Eric Genesky02/14/13
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Reroute App Traffic with DNS Failover for Amazon Route 53

Amazon announced DNS Failover for Route 53. When activated, DNS Failover will monitor applications and, if an endpoint fails, will reroute traffic to a healthier endpoint.

James Sugrue02/14/13
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Thursday Code Puzzler: Is This An Armstrong Number?

This week the challenge is to write a method that checks if a given number is an Armstrong number.

Krishna Prasad02/14/13
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Understanding Document-Based MongoDB NoSQL

This article touches upon various aspects of RDBMS and where RDBMS hits the roadblock in an enterprise world.

Reza Shafii02/14/13
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Mule's Answer to SOA Security Challenges

Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) present unique security challenges due to loose service/application coupling and operations running across trust boundaries. The Mule ESB has special security extensions available through the Mule Enterprise Security package. This blog post will introduce the key components of that package.

Eric Minick02/14/13
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The ROI of Deployment Automation

If you follow my blog, you probably know that I think that continuous delivery and the broader category application deployment automation are pretty great.

John Cook02/14/13
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Offended by Conditional Certainty

It’s a simple rule of probability that if A makes B more likely, B makes A more likely. That is, if the conditional probability of A given B is larger than the probability of A alone, the the conditional probability of B given A is larger than the probability of B alone

Kris Buytaert02/14/13
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Love, MonitoringLove

Last year we were pretty negative about Monitoring, We shouted out that MonitoringSucked ... A year has passed and a lot has changed ... most importantly our new found love for monitoring, thanks to an inspirational Ignite talk by Ulf Manssonat devopsdays Rome.