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Zemian Deng01/05/13
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Java Implementation of String#next() Successor

I've found the Ruby's String#next() or #succ very useful and productive, specially when generating data for testing.

Alex Staveley01/05/13
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Scala - for Loops

Right time to broaden the horizons. It's 2013 and I going to start blogging about Scala which I am trying learn. I am going to start with for loops.

Eric Gregory01/05/13
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Google on Turning Data Problems into Advantages

At Google I/O 2012, Ju-kay Kwek and Navneet Joneja offered advice on turning businesses' data challenges into competitive advantages with thoughtful big data solutions.

Mitch Pronschinske01/05/13
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Enterprise Integration and Batch Processing on Cloud Foundry

Enterprise Integration is quickly becoming a major topic in Cloud Computing. Along with some batch processing tutorials, this session will show how EI is done on Cloud Foundry.

Erik Colban01/05/13
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DZone Code Puzzler Follow-up: Power Set - Round 2

On Dec. 13, the code puzzler was to generate the power set of a set provided as an array of strings. The puzzler did not specify which data representation we were supposed to use for the power set.

Arthur Charpentier01/05/13
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More on "Staggering Odds" - Visualizing Probabilities

Following my previous post, a few more things. As mentioned by Frédéric, it is – indeed – possible to compute the probability of all pairs. More precisely, all pairs are not as likely to occur: some teams can play against (almost) eveyone, while others cannot.

Mitch Pronschinske01/05/13
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Building Blocks of Enterprise Integration

Looking for a refresher or a first pass at some of the essential building blocks of Enterprise Integration. Then look no further. This webcast has you covered.

Eric Genesky01/04/13
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NoSQL Week in Review #11

This week in NoSQL, both Neo4j and Datastax announced updates to their NoSQL solutions. We also found an interesting retrospective map of 2012's NoSQL/NewSQL/Other spaces.

Gopal Sharma01/04/13
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Taming the Performance Beast – a Practitioner’s Way (Part 1)

Performance tuning can be a complex and time consuming process with good chance of you getting frustrated if you do not have abundant patience, especially for products/applications that have high demand on performance but have poor foundation with respect to it.

Christian Posta01/04/13
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Introduction to Apache Apollo Part II: HawtDispatch

Apache Apollo is a next-generation, high-performance, multi-protocol messaging broker built from the ground up to one day be a drop-in replacement of ActiveMQ 5.x. Using HawtDispatch’s Transport abstractions makes it easier to quickly implement a wire-level protocol in a non-blocking way.

Brian O' Neill01/04/13
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Creating Your First Java Application with Cassandra

Looking to kick off 2013 with a fun project to get familiar with Cassandra? Why don't you build a globally scalable naughty and nice list? At least, that's what we did in the webinar a few weeks ago.

Nick Watts01/04/13
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Python Code CAN Connect to an Oracle Database.

Despite the beaming praise for the simplicity of the cx_Oracle project on their SourceForge page, I had trouble using the Python module to create a connection to an Oracle database.

David Pollak01/04/13
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Oy, scalac

I burned most of my productive time on Tuesday with an infinite loop in the Scala compiler. It made me very, very grumpy.

Ricky Ho01/04/13
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MapReduce: Detecting Cycles in a Network Graph

I recently received an email from an audience of my blog on Map/Reduce algorithm design regarding how to detect whether a graph is acyclic using Map/Reduce.

Claus Ibsen01/04/13
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Camel 2.11 - HTTP Proxy routes with URL Rewriting Functionality

In the upcoming Apache Camel 2.11 release I have recently added support for plugging in custom url rewrite implementations to HTTP based routes (http, http4, jetty). This allows people to control the url mappings, when you use Camel to proxy/bridge HTTP routes.