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Trevor Parsons09/27/14
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Cloud Platforms vs. On-Prem: A Guide for the Rest of Us

There are always a few objections that come up as well. Following-up on a previous blog post where we discussed the business benefits of cloud computing, this will be a discussion on the most common objections and how to have a conversation around cloud and on-premise environments.

Alec Noller09/26/14
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Continuous Delivery: Who's Handling What

The developer survey from DZone's 2014 Guide to Continuous Delivery gave us a few more insights than we were able to include in the guide. For a bit more detail on tool usage in Continuous Delivery, we've created this new infographic.

Antoine Girbal09/26/14
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Product Catalog with MongoDB, Part 2: Product Search

This post is a follow up to my first post on Product Catalog Schema Design for MongoDB. Now that we have established a strong basis for our product catalog, we are ready to dive into one the most important feature: Product Search.

Michael Sahota09/26/14
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Letting Go of Agile (Culture)

This post is about how we may accidentally harm organizations with Agile and how we can let go so that we may succeed.

Troy Hunt09/26/14
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Everything You Need to Know About the Shellshock Bash Bug

The hype says that Shellshock is in the same league as Heartbleed. But in all seriousness, it does have the potential to be a biggie, so I wanted to put together something definitive both for me to get to grips with the situation and for others to dissect the hype from the true underlying risk.

Raymond Camden09/26/14
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IndexedDB on iOS 8 - Broken Bad

So, as you know, iOS 8 finally brought IndexedDB to Mobile Safari. I may be biased, but I find features like this far more useful than CSS updates.

G. Ryan Spain09/26/14
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How to Find Duplicate Indexes

Josh Berkus at Database Soup wrote a post recently explaining how to find duplicate indexes in SQL. He has written a few queries to help those who need to filter through large amounts of indexes within a database. Berkus says his queries help to minimize the number of false positives that occur.

Wille Faler09/26/14
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We Need Functional Programming BECAUSE a Large Subset of us are Average or Below

If you understand the definition of“average” you shouldn’t be offended by me calling a large number of programmers average or below.

Dan Haywood09/26/14
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Configuring Apache Isis Command Profiling and Auditing Module Add-ons

When v1.6 of Apache Isis was released a back we also announced the creation of a new“add-ons” website as a place to hold reusable module of code for any Apache Isis app.

Ayende Rahien09/26/14
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What is New in RavenDB 3.0: Indexing Enhancements

We talked previously about the kind of improvements we have in RavenDB 3.0 for the indexing backend. In this post, I want to go over a few features that are much more visible.

Erich Styger09/26/14
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Listing Code and Data Size for Each Source File with GNU and Eclipse

Eclipse is my development tool of choice now. But from time to time I get challenged about something like “hey, this was possible in the previous tool, so how can I do the same in Eclipse?”... So what about this one: In CodeWarrior the project view lists code and data size for each source file...

Moritz Plassnig09/26/14
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How to Use Logs to Get an Overview on Technical and Business Metrics

The traditional Ops toolkit often involves a range of tools that help monitor trends in KPIs as well as tools that perform different periodic health checks on key components of your systems.

Brian Gracely09/26/14
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The Cloudcast #162 - Building and Managing Scalable SaaS Services

On this episode of the Cloudcast, Aaron & Brian talk with Manoj Chaudhary (CTO & VP of Engineering @loggly) about building and managing massively scalable SaaS applications.

Bilgin Ibryam09/26/14
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Apache Camel for Micro­service Architectures

There is nothing new in microservices. Many applications have already been designed and implemented as such for a long time. Microservices is just a new term that describes a style of software systems that have certain characteristics and follow certain principles.

Adam Diaz09/26/14
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The Evolution of MapReduce and Hadoop

With MapReduce, companies no longer need to delete old logs that are ripe with insights—or dump them onto unmanageable tape storage—before they’ve had a chance to analyze them. Today, the Apache Hadoop project is the most widely used implementation of MapReduce.