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Lakshan Perera02/01/13
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Realie Project: Data Structures & Storage

Last couple of days, I found some time to work on my individual research project for the degree course. The topic area I selected for my project was on "Real-time Web".

Hirvesh Munogee02/01/13
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This Trashman Generates a Clean Stylesheet from Old CSS

CSSTrashman is an online tool which allows you to supply a URL and it scans the website and generates a new clean CSS file from the existing styles.

Mitch Pronschinske02/01/13
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10 Web Peformance Tuning Tricks

Join Richard Campbell as he opens up his web performance tuning toolkit and walks you through ten different techniques for improving web performance, rating each by difficulty, risk and reward. You will learn about a variety of techniques for reducing payload size, latency, server and client compute times.

John D'Emic02/01/13
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Cheat Sheet: Asynchronous Message Processing

You want to get more done in 2013 so you’re going to need to switch from synchronous to asynchronous processing to do more with the same resources.

Peter Schuh02/01/13
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Sometimes Help is Closer than You Think... If You Stop to Think

Thanks to the power of the inter-webs, a team that collaboratively thinks its way through tough spots, and management that is willing to back outside-the-box solutions, we were able to meet a deadline that we previously thought was impossible.

Sean Mchugh02/01/13
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Sprint Lengths and Long Releases

If you're not careful, the length of your sprints may become a one size fits all solution wherein you try to shoehorn every development effort into a 2 week iteration or some other length. I try to caution people from reaching this point for a number of reasons.

Mitch Pronschinske02/01/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2/1/13)

No JCache for Java EE7, but the UK high court did just rule that programming languages are uncopyrightable.

Prabath Siriwardena02/01/13
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SAML 2.0 Bearer Assertion Profile for OAuth 2.0

SAML 2.0 Bearer Assertion Profile which is built on top of OAuth 2.0 Assertion Profile defines the use of a SAML 2.0 Bearer Assertion as a means for requesting an OAuth 2.0 access token as well as for use as a means of client authentication.

Achala Chathura...02/01/13
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How to write a custom dispatcher for WSO2 ESB

Just some simple XML and you'll be creating custom dispatchers for WSO2 ESB. This example will create a Maven project

Bill Armstrong02/01/13
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Poll Review: How Safe is Java

Two weeks ago, we ran a poll asking how safe this community felt Java was after the debacle with the Java web plugin. Overall, people were evenly split in being concerned. Read more about the results here.

Bill Armstrong02/01/13
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Weekly Poll: Spring Modules

For this week's poll, we wondered which modules were the most often used in the Spring framework. I've compiled a list of 28 Spring modules, and, this time, all you have to do is mark those you've used before.

Krzysztof Kotowicz 01/31/13
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Abusing MySQL string arithmetic for tiny SQL injections

Today I've found a small nifty trick that may become helpful when exploiting SQL injection vulnerabilities for MySQL. Namely, you can abuse MySQL string typecasting.

Frank Kelly01/31/13
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My Ideal Greenfield Development Platform: Now vs. 5 Years ago

As I've grown as a developer (sometimes two steps forward and one step back - ha ha!) I've had the privilege to work with some very smart people

Jan Machacek01/31/13
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Akka Client, C++ Server Through RabbitMQ

Over the next few weeks, I will tell you about all the discoveries I made in the project storm that made me skip blogging for three weeks. And today, we begin with some Akka AMQP client talking to RabbitMQ and C++ on the other end.

Don Pinto01/31/13
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The Couchbase Workload Generator

As a developer, if you’ve installed Couchbase Server 2.0 and seen its new features, you might want to hit the server with some load to do some basic testing of your Couchbase cluster.