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Mitch Pronschinske02/21/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2/21/13)

Hadoop had a new alpha release and a new JDK managing tool for the command line is out. Plus, more war stories from the developer who worked at Blizzard games, and 18 API business models.

Mitch Pronschinske02/21/13
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A Visual Tutorial for Using Scrum and Kanban Together

Scrumban - the application of Kanban principles to Scrum. Get a helpful, in-depth look at how it works.

Achala Chathura...02/21/13
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Retrieve Values From XML in Config Registry with WSO2 ESB

The following configuration can retrieve the values in a config registry using the WSO2 ESB.

Krishna Prasad02/21/13
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Spring-Test-MVC Junit Testing Spring Security Layer with Method Level Security

In continuation of my earlier blog on spring-test-mvc junit testing Spring Security layer with InMemoryDaoImpl, in this blog I will discuss how to use achieve method level access control.

Gerard Davison02/21/13
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Proxying a Request to Localhost in Java

It can be very convenient when developing to server based application to run them using "localhost" in order to maintain consistency between developer machines.

Don Pinto02/21/13
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Compaction Magic in Couchbase Server 2.0

With Couchbase’s append-only storage design, it’s impossible to corrupt data and index files as updates go only to the end of the file.

Aliaksei Papou02/20/13
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Is MVC Pattern a Dead End for Application Development?

In this article I would like to show you why to use MVC pattern is not enough to be able to create agile and scalable applications. And also to suggest possible solutions to identified problems.

Eric Gregory02/20/13
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Dev of the Week: Raymond Camden

Every week, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community here and in our newsletter, catching up to find out what they're working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Raymond Camden, Adobe developer evangelist and blogger.

Peter Lawrey02/20/13
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Performance Java Training

I am looking to provide "Master Class" Java training for developers of high throughput and low latency systems based on my experience in designing and implementing trading systems for hedge funds.

Mark O'neill02/20/13
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API Categories

Name some APIs! Which ones come to mind? Amazon? Twitter? Google Maps? Chances are, the APIs which came to mind are APIs which are open to any developer to use. But are these the only kinds of APIs that exist? What about Enterprise APIs?

Troy Hunt02/20/13
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A Software Developer Behind the Great Firewall of China

Here's a post from last March detailing Troy Hunt's experience accessing typical developer resources in Shanghai.

Mark Needham02/20/13
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Neo4j/Cypher: Using a WHERE Clause to Filter Paths

One of the cypher queries that I wanted to write recently was one to find all the players that have started matches for Arsenal this season and the number of matches that they’ve played in.

Patrick Kua02/20/13
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An Appropriate Use of Metrics

Management love their metrics. Metrics inherently aren’t a bad thing; just often, inappropriately used. This essay demonstrates many of the issues caused by management’s traditional use of metrics and offers an alternative to address these dysfunctions.

Carlo Scarioni02/20/13
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Duck Typing in Scala: Structural Typing.

Scala offers a functionality known as Structural Types which allows to set a behaviour very similar to what dynamic languages allow to do when they support Duck Typing

Dustin Marx02/20/13
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Hello GroovyFX

GroovyFX brings together two of my favorite things: Groovy and JavaFX. The main GroovyFX Project page describes GroovyFX as "[providing] a Groovy binding for JavaFX 2.0."