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Ayende Rahien01/23/13
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Dear DB, Get Your Hands OFF My Memory

Luckily for RavenDB, we have a really great team, and the guy who provided the final lead is Arek, from AIS.PL, who does really great job.

Edmund Kirwan01/23/13
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Serpents and Sunbursts in Source Code Structure

When we want to understand some lovely, Java code, we read it. Sometimes, however, a slightly higher perspective helps to show us the patterns that reading alone may hide.

Jon Archer01/23/13
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How to Completely Fail at BDD

Are you interested in introducing BDD to your team? Don’t try and do it like this under these circumstances. Learn from my failure.

Jurgen Appelo01/23/13
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The 12 Best Books I Read in 2012

These are the 12 best non-fiction books I read this year… If you think I missed an important one, feel free to add it in the comments section.

Michael Muller01/23/13
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Apache Hadoop: Decreasing Technical Debt through Refactoring

To illustrate the capability to automatically correct code defects that increase unintended debt, we performed code refactoring on two subprojects of the Hadoop project: Hadoop Common and Hadoop Mapreduce.

Col Wilson01/23/13
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Aggregating Everything - Map/Reduce and Camel?

If you are used to Map/Reduce you will be used to the idea of breaking tasks down into little chunks and then collecting the partial results together into some final format.

Dan Pritchett01/23/13
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Are Data Warehouses Dinosaurs?

As anybody that follows my blog knows, I am not a fan of vertical scaling. I don't like solutions that can only be implemented in a single address and storage space. Unfortunately, there are analytical problems that need a holistic view of data.

Aaron Nichols01/23/13
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Good and Bad Patterns in Development and Operations

As part of my role at a new company I’ve been asked to provide feedback about structuring Dev & Ops as well as what sorts of things work and don’t.

Chad Davis01/23/13
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Mental Hygiene for Software Engineers: Avoiding Micro Level Technical Debt

The essence of software engineering, in my opinion, can be captured in two words: managing complexity.

Ross Mason01/23/13
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What and How of Real-time APIs and Streaming

The number of real-time APIs on the Web are rising. What the heck are real-time APIs, how are they used? How are they built? This deck and demo was presented at CloudMafia in San Francisco.

Kevin Rutherford01/23/13
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Don't Inherit Code

I learned a long time ago that there are essentially three different kinds of relationship between two classes. They are...

Mike Ensor01/23/13
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How to Publish Maven Site Docs to BitBucket or GitHub Pages

In this post we will Utilize GitHub and/or BitBucket's static web page hosting capabilities to publish our project's Maven 3 Site Documentation.

Mariano Gonzalez01/23/13
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Mule in a Shell: The SSH Connector

We’re proud to announce that a new SSH Cloud Connector for Mule just went public! Let’s take a peak into the features, useful use cases and of course, coding examples for the Mule SSH Cloud Connector.

Stephen Chin01/23/13
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Nordic NightHacking Tour Schedule

With the trip coming up in a week, I figured it was about time to put the full event itinerary in one place. For this I created a public Nordic NightHacking Google Calendar containing all of the events along with links to sign-up.

Markus Eisele01/23/13
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The Heroes of Java: Coleen Phillimore

During my ongoing search for the real heroes of Java I stumbled upon Coleen.