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Roy Prins03/13/13
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In-Memory Data Grids

Big data analytics can reveal insights hidden previously by data too costly to process, such as peer influence among customers, revealed by analyzing shoppers’ transactions, social and geographical data.

Paul Duvall03/13/13
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Continuous Delivery in the Cloud: CD Pipeline

In this article I will take an in-depth look at the CD pipeline. A list of topics for each of the articles is summarized herein . . .

Rauf Issa03/13/13
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Putting NoSQL in Perspective

Deciding between a NoSQL database or a relational database system is about understanding the trade-offs that led to the creation of NoSQL to begin with.

Mitch Pronschinske03/13/13
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Data Models and Consumer Idioms Using Apache Kafka

Apache Kafka is a powerful publish subscribe messaging service that delivers high-volume messages across ad hoc topics to subscribers with message durability for offline consumers.

David Bernstein03/13/13
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Compromises on Quality

Far too often I hear managers say, “Just get it out the door.” I understand the perspective. We work in a world of constraints and the business needs to survive.

Jagadeesh Motamarri03/13/13
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Database Concepts for a java Dev: Database Normalization

I will be briefing about different types of Database Normalizations using a sample data model.

Mike Cottmeyer03/13/13
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That’s Not Agile!?

Agile at the Enterprise Level is not about the two-week inspect and adapt cycle… it’s about small batches and flow.

Pieter De Rycke03/13/13
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Google OAuth 2.0 on Windows Phone

In this article, I will explain how we can implement support for Google OAuth in a Windows Phone application.

Rob Williams03/12/13
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The Dark Side of Tests

I know, it‘s kind of like saying ‘Puppies are Evil.‘ And, I am a LONG time TDDer. Unrepentant, still a believer that it is a great way to code, however, like all other things, it must be done within practical limits.

Hubert Klein Ikkink03/12/13
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Grails Goodness: Conditionally Load Bean Definitions from resources.groovy

We can define new bean definitions in several ways with Grails. One of them is via the grails-app/conf/spring/resources.groovy file.

Geraint Jones03/12/13
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JSON, POJOs and Groovy's HTTPBuilder class

This post will cover the building and parsing of JSON, converting JSON to and from POJOs, adding authentication headers and handling response success and failures.

Jan Machacek03/12/13
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JasperReports and Scala

Reporting. The ungrateful tasks usually left to the peasants of programming teams. In this post, I’ll try to make it more bearable, even interesting; showing you how to use JasperReports.

Reza Rahman03/12/13
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An Overview of JSF 2.2

In a brief article, Arjan Tijms does a great job of overviewing the big ticket items included in JSF 2.2. He talks about view actions, the Faces flow, HTML 5/pass-through attributes, the file upload component, CDI alignment and more.

Henrik Warne03/12/13
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Algorithm of the Week: Coursera's Design and Analysis of Algorithms: Part II

I recently finished the Coursera course Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part 2 by Professor Tim Roughgarden of Stanford. I’ve already reviewed part 1, and here are my thoughts on the second part.

Andriy Redko03/12/13
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Expressive JAX-RS Integration Testing With Specs2 and Client API 2.0

No doubts, JAX-RS is an outstanding piece of technology. And upcoming specification JAX-RS 2.0 brings even more great features, especially concerning client API.